March 11, 2019
Remember the good old days? Did you have a favorite disco outfit? Did you ever get dropped off to meet your friends at the roller rink? Or spend hours by the radio in high school during the 80s, waiting to record your favorite songs for a new mixtape? if you did, then it’s probably time . . .
February 28, 2019
In the nearly two decades that Dr. Sandra Seneshen has been with Clark Memorial Health as a general surgeon, she has performed many different types of surgeries, and it’s this variety that makes her love what she does. . . . .
February 8, 2019
Bob Franz coached Little League and enjoyed following Jeffersonville and Providence high school sports. A former football player at Jeff, he worked 42 years at the Courier Journal and tried to stay in pretty good shape. He was shocked when he had a heart attack in 2007.
February 6, 2019
From year to year, no one is ever really certain what the flu season will be like. While the influenza season of 2017-2018 was intense, this year’s season appears typical.
January 31, 2019
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, hearts seem to be everywhere you look this time of year. That’s why it is especially fitting that February is American Heart Month, a time to raise awareness of heart disease . . .
January 29, 2019
Throughout the month of February Clark Memorial Health is giving couples a free box of chocolate truffles when both partners schedule a Cardiac Calcium Scoring test at Hunter Station Medical Center in Sellersburg.
January 21, 2019
A primary care provider is your go-to doctor for general health problems. But it’s also the person who can help you maintain your health, manage chronic illnesses, and feel your best. A primary care provider should listen to you and help you understand what’s happening within your body.
January 21, 2019
January 22-27 marks National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week 2019. Levois Davis, program manager at Clark Memorial Health, addresses some of the myths about substance abuse in our community.
January 7, 2019
No matter how clean your home is, it might be hiding a dirty secret: a gas that is a leading cause of lung cancer (second only to smoking) in Indiana and the U.S. This gas, called radon, occurs naturally when the chemical uranium breaks down in dirt and rock.
December 21, 2018
The beginning of a new year means a fresh start. It is an opportunity to tackle new projects, set new goals and find new opportunities to get and stay healthy – including reducing the amount of stress in your life. But why does stress play such an important role in our health . . .