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Don’t let glaucoma sneak up on you

Don’t let glaucoma sneak up on you

Pressure has a knack for creeping into our lives. People feel it in their jobs, their social circles, and certainly in any kind of competition from an athletic event to a game of bridge. Ironically, one place where it’s hard to see pressure is in your eyes. That kind of pressure can eventually build into the second leading cause of blindless: Glaucoma. Since it’s National Glaucoma Awareness Month, here’s what you need to be aware of.

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Looking Back: 2021 in Review

Looking Back: 2021 in Review

2021 was an exciting year at St. Clair Health. We celebrated successes, opened a brand new, state-of-the-art outpatient center, and reached milestones. This year we also faced what was certainly one of the most difficult years in modern history for healthcare and healthcare workers. Despite that, our staff has continued to show up every day for our patients. Their dedication to providing expert care has never wavered, and we are extremely grateful for our team of physicians, nurses, and staff.

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Safe Sitting, Safe Toys

Safe SitterThe holidays bring plenty of treats, gifts, laughter, fun, and chaos. It’s also a time to connect with family and friends and enjoy an evening or two out of the house. This is the busiest time of year for babysitters and also adds more stress and concentration with a household filled with decorations and an exploding toy room. It’s important to make sure your babysitter has taken the right courses and prepared themselves with the appropriate skill sets to ensure your child’s safety while you’re enjoying time away—worry free.

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So You Can Be the Heart of the Team Again—Jessica’s Story

So You Can Be the Heart of the Team Again—Jessica’s Story

It’s never the right time to be down a team member. Your family is your team—a group of individuals who complement one another and share a common bond to overcome anything in their path. Jessica, a 34 year-old South Park resident is the captain of her team. Jessica gave birth to her fifth child with no complications, and within two weeks, ended up in the emergency room in cardiac arrest.

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Tending to What Matters Most—John’s Story

Tending to What Matters Most—John’s Story

Cancer is never an easy conversation. On average, approximately 149,000 people in the United States will be diagnosed with some degree of colorectal cancer every year. As one could imagine, the word “cancer” hits even harder after losing the love of your life to the disease.

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