Mercyhealth Accepting Applications for 2017 Scholarships

Mercyhealth is pleased to offer several scholarships to graduating high school seniors, ethnic minorities, veterans and adults pursuing a post-high school education in health care. Mercyhealth Community Scholarships — For high school seniors or college students attending a college program in ...

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6 warning signs your teen is abusing drugs or alcohol

Substance abuse is widespread among our youth today. Some teens will only experiment and will move past this stage with minimal consequences while others may enter into a world of abuse that will affect them for years or even a lifetime. ...

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Oh baby! Going back to work after maternity leave

Planning ahead for your return to work after your maternity leave can help ease the transition. Learn as much as you can before the baby’s birth, and talk with your employer about your options. Planning ahead can help you continue ...

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Turning 50? Get screened for colon cancer

Colorectal, or colon, cancer affects men and women of all racial and ethnic groups. Your risk of getting colon cancer increases as you age. More than 90% of cases occur in people who are 50 years old or older. Of cancers ...

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Happy Doctors’ Day to our 686 W2 physician partners

Today is Doctors’ Day, a day to salute our physicians for their expertise, skill and commitment to those they serve. To our doctors, thank you for all you do for our patients, their families and our organization. Your dedication and healing ...

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Handling stress on the job

Most everyone deals with stress on the job. Everyone responds to stress a little differently. Your symptoms may be different from someone else’s. Here are some signs to look for: Not eating or eating too much Feeling that you have no control Needing to ...

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10 questions to ask your doctor at your next visit

Make an appointment with your primary care provider and bring this list of questions to learn more about your heart health. What is my risk for heart disease? What is my blood pressure? If it’s high, what do I need to do ...

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