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09-29-03

Memorial nurse works to improve patient safety
Posted: 9/29/2003 at 9:41:13 AM

Joanne Peterson, medication specialist at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs, works to maintain a high level of safety at the hospital.



A ‘remarkably different kind of hospital’
Posted: 9/29/2003 at 9:43:51 AM

Parker Adventist Hospital in Parker, Colo. is slated to open this spring. Using innovative techniques, the hospital hopes to improve both patient care and working conditions for its staff.



Contaminated cheese bought throughout state
Posted: 9/29/2003 at 9:42:58 AM

Some Colorado residents may be feeling the blues after finding out cheese they purchased at upscale restaurants and specialty cheese shops is contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.



Home away from home
Posted: 9/29/2003 at 9:45:34 AM

Spring Creek Health Care Center of Fort Collins takes great pride in the level of patient care provided at the facility.



Most women, and men, are calcium poor
Posted: 9/29/2003 at 9:47:29 AM

You get your yogurt at breakfast and cottage cheese at lunch and put in that time on the treadmill like you’re supposed to. You think you’re warding off osteoporosis, but you may be in for a rude awakening as you get older, researchers say.



Case managers to meet in Denver
Posted: 9/29/2003 at 9:44:54 AM

The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Case Management Society of America will present "Climbing Higher in Case Management" Oct. 10 in Denver.



Give ‘em a break
Posted: 9/29/2003 at 9:46:38 AM

University of Iowa researchers say kids need more breaks when they head back to school this fall. But those breaks had better be of the bathroom variety for the benefit of all involved.



Arm your kids before hitting the practice fields
Posted: 9/29/2003 at 9:48:20 AM

Toiling in the heat and humidity for hours each day builds character, coaches will say. That’s fine, just as long as kids don’t lose something in the process, local health care workers say.



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Week of November 09, 2011. Click the front page to download the issue!

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