Adult Care

Adult Care

Sunshine and Butterflies!   The residents of The Margaret T. Morris Center and participants of the Susan J. Rheem Adult Day Center have been enjoying the spring weather and they are looking forward to more of it! Outdoor activities in the sunshine and fresh air...
Patient Meal Preperation at YRMC

Patient Meal Preperation at YRMC

From Dialing to Delivery: Patient Meal Preparation at YRMC When you’re in the hospital, you have more important things to think about than how your meals are planned, prepared and delivered to your room. It’s one of the things that seamlessly happens behind the scenes...
Is Interventional Radiology Right for You?

Is Interventional Radiology Right for You?

Is Interventional Radiology Right for You? Medical innovation moves forward at a rapid pace, with continuing technological advances and an ever-increasing understanding of health and the human body. Interventional Radiology may be one of the best examples of this...
What Are Your Socks Telling You About Your Leg Health?

What Are Your Socks Telling You About Your Leg Health?

Your socks may be doing more than keeping you comfortable when you’re active, they could be signaling you have a health problem. “If you pull your socks off at the end of the day and see depression lines on your legs, that’s an indication of edema,” said Anil Kumar,...
Minimally Invasive Choices for Back Pain Relief

Minimally Invasive Choices for Back Pain Relief

If you’re experiencing back pain, you’re certainly not alone. Ranging in severity from a muscle ache to a shooting pain radiating down the leg, back pain is one of the most common reasons that people visit their healthcare provider. A study conducted by the Georgetown...
A Case for the Real Thing Part 1

A Case for the Real Thing Part 1

There has been much in the media lately about plant based “meat”, technically known as meat analogue.  While at first glance, this may seem like a nice alternative for vegetarians, let’s take a closer look at how this product is produced. Soy protein isolates and...
The Cycle of Sleep

The Cycle of Sleep

Sleep is a complex neurological phenomenon.  We are evolutionarily equipped to have circadian rhythms which regulate our sleep and wakefulness and are tied to daylight and our eating patterns, among other things. When there is over-stimulation in the brain, the...
Culinary Delight

Culinary Delight

By Debbie Maranville, Co-owner of Goods from the Garden, Catering & Events and The Natural Healing Garden   Culinary Delight: Noun – Definition- Any food dish that is simply delicious. As a young girl in the 70’s, I have so many wonderful food memories...
Vision Boards and Your Mental Health

Vision Boards and Your Mental Health

We’re about a third of the way into the new year and what better time to reassess your goals for the new year. One of the best ways to refocus your goals is by creating a vision board or dream board! What is a vision board you might ask? It is a visualization...
Senior Care Decisions

Senior Care Decisions

We know that many families struggle with senior care decisions. For nearly 100 years, the Good Samaritan Society has helped families navigate these changes. Our team at Good Samaritan Society – Legacy Home Care is ready to answer questions about your home care...