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Dangerous Trend in Opioid Overdoses

2016 report shows opioid death rate as the highest in ten years The Arizona Department of Health Services today released its latest data on opioid overdoses in Arizona showing the highest number of deaths in ten years. In 2016, 790 Arizonans died from opioid overdoses. The trend shows a startling[…]

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New Study Links Wine and Breast Cancer

You might want to re-think that  glass of wine or beer. A new study has found a link between alcohol and breast cancer. Medicalnewstoday.com reports: In 2012, 1.7 million cases of breast cancer were diagnosed across the globe, which makes up 25 percent of all cancer diagnoses in women [….] A[…]

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2016 Hospital Volunteer Appreciation

On April 28 more than 70 Wickenburg Community Hospital volunteers and their guests were honored at the Wickenburg Ranch Event Center. As hospital services have grown, so has the volunteer program. “We have enjoyed tremendous growth in the past couple years, adding eight new positions in the last year alone,”[…]

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Entire Staff Was Amazing

“I was recently seen in the Emergency Department at Wickenburg Community Hospital. During my time there, I was treated by two of the emergency doctors and 4 technicians. The entire staff that provided me care was amazing. Due to the nature of my health problem, I had many questions for[…]

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If you are Lactose Intolerent, you should read this:

A new study has found those that have a lactose intolerance suffer from decreased Vitamin D levels. Vitamin D is known as the ‘Sunshine Vitamin’ and can help you boost your mood, lose weight, and help fight disease.  According to an article on healthline.com: Few foods contain vitamin D naturally.[…]

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