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Families Deciding Together

Families Deciding Together Courtesy Dannel Funeral Home When a death occurs, families gather. Frequently, they must respond quite suddenly. Perhaps they travel long distances. In the midst of their grief, they must make approximately 300 […]

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Understanding Hearing Loss

Hearing Facts By Elizabeth Brassine, Au.D.H Let’s start with some facts (NIDCD, 2013): one in five Americans 12 and older experiences hearing loss severe enough to hinder communication. Nearly 50% of adults ages 75 and […]

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Caring for the Caregiver

By Julie Alvira, MD MBA Caregiving is a labor of love but can pose some extreme challenges, both physically and emotionally. It does not matter if you’re an individual working as a professional caregiver for […]

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Stephen P. Courtney, MD

From hospital orderly to hospital owner. By Sondra Barr For board-certified, fellowship trained orthopedic spine surgeon Dr. Stephen P. Courtney, patients come first. It’s an ethos that developed early on in his life and one […]