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How much do you love salt? Enough to want a salt-lick in your kitchen? You probably have that much salt in your cupboards already. Salt is a preservative, so you’ll find it in just about every packaged, processed, or prepared food item you buy. Add a salt shaker to your table, too, and it’s no wonder 90% of Americans ingest much more salt than the FDA recommends, risking high blood pressure,...

Mar 16, 2020 | Categories: health-information

Don’t let winter keep you from your daily exercise in the fresh air. Whether you are planning a hike on snowy trails, a walk around the neighborhood, or simply trying to make it safely to where your car is parked, with a few safety precautions you can be on your way. Although walking can be treacherous on snow and ice, these tips will help keep you upright, outdoors, and enjoying the pristine...

Mar 06, 2020 | Categories: health-information

Where have your hands been today? Changing a tire? Changing a diaper? Patting together a meatloaf? Shaking someone else’s hands? According to a Bradley Corporation survey, only two-thirds of Americans wash their hands after using the restroom, and most of those admit to skipping the soap. 

The importance of handwashing—with soap—cannot be overstated. Germs are tough little bugs...

Feb 28, 2020 | Categories: health-information

The imaging department at Wilton Medical Arts has just brought online two new digital X-ray units, replacing our first generation of digital radiography. This latest technology reduces radiation exposure to patients while providing greater image clarity.  

X-ray production has not really changed since its invention in 1895—it’s still an image created from electromagnetic radiation...

Feb 19, 2020 | Categories: health-information

Date: November 12, 2019 Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Location: The Spring Street Gallery Fee: Free.

The transition from cancer patient to cancer survivor is often a difficult journey. In the weeks and months after treatment ends, patients can feel alone, confused, and uncertain. This group will help you build your tool chest with skills to cope, and create your "new normal" so you'll...

Nov 04, 2019 | Categories: classes-events , health-information
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