Stevens County Hospital Health Journal

At Stevens County Hospital, we are committed to keeping the community that supports us informed about Health Care issues and News Items that affect our hospital.

The Stevens County Hospital Health Journal is where we can do this. Feel free to browse the list of articles below.

We appreciate your interest in our organization.

Article List

  • Heat Stroke: Summer Sun Sensibility July 17, 2017Heat Stroke: Summer Sun Sensibility “I used to be able to work all day in the summer heat.  During harvest, I gave it my all in the hundred degree-plus temperatures, and I felt great, just a little tired at the end of the day.   Then, about ten years ago, I had a heat stroke.  I […]
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  • Foodborne Illness June 21, 2017Foodborne Illness “We had about 350 guests at our wedding.  It was a beautiful day in late May, and we had a full roast beef dinner with all the trimmings served in the evening.  A great time was had by all, and then we took off the next day for our honeymoon in Mexico.  These […]
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  • Better Hearing and Speech Month May 22, 2017Better Hearing and Speech Month You have likely engaged in multiple conversations today. You spoke, your communication partner spoke, you spoke back, they spoke back, and on it went. You expressed yourself with speech, they listened. They expressed themselves with speech, you listened with your amazing hearing ability. Back and forth it went, and you […]
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  • AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: THEN AND NOW April 20, 2017AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: THEN AND NOW “On health care reform, the American people are too often offered two extremes—government-run health care with higher taxes, or letting the insurance companies operate without rules. I believe both of these extremes are wrong.” –Barack Obama, one week prior to Election Day ’08. From its earliest beginnings through the […]
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  • Those Shoes are Made for Walking March 20, 2017Those Shoes are Made for Walking “My grandma started walking when she was 85.  She’s 92 now, and we don’t know where she is.” Spring is springing.  The birds are starting to sing, the trees and flowers are waking up, and winter will soon be behind us once again. It’s time to get outside.  Time […]
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  • A Healthy State of Mind February 20, 2017A Healthy State of Mind “Never mind.” “I don’t mind.” “He’s lost his mind.” “Mind your P’s and Q’s.” “It blew my mind.” We talk about our minds without realizing it. Our minds, which can be thought of as our own personal expression of our brain, are more powerful than we realize. If we consider […]
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  • Peace on this Earth January 18, 2017Peace on this Earth My monthly posts discuss a variety of health-related issues. Some discuss afflictions that affect many people, some discuss general health-care information and maintenance, some are informational, some discuss the nuts and bolts of healthcare funding and some discuss important factors such as stress. All of these posts are created to enrich […]
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  • Holiday Habits – And Beyond December 21, 2016HOLIDAY HABITS—AND BEYOND “I can resist anything except temptation.” –Oscar Wilde It’s that time of year again. The holidays are once again upon us, and the time of year is rich with tradition. Decorations go up, carolers go out, shoppers show up in stores and online, and delicious holiday food appears in the office, in […]
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  • An Attitude of Gratitude: Health and Happiness for Thanksgiving November 21, 2016An Attitude of Gratitude: Health and Happiness for Thanksgiving The holiday season is upon us, with Thanksgiving arriving near the end of this month. This holiday brings no commercial expectations with it, other than the necessary expenditures for food at the grocery store for the feast most of us consume with our family and friends. […]
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  • Think Pink – Breast Cancer Awareness October 24, 2016THINK PINK – Breast Cancer Awareness Every October, the breast cancer awareness campaign brings a sea of pink ribbons into public view across the nation in order to increase awareness—and hopefully early detection—of breast cancer. Since the pink ribbon’s inception in the early 1990’s, early detection rates have increased, and death rates have decreased. Survivor […]
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