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Is there anything better than seeing delicious veggies grow in your garden?
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Becki Barratt has been appointed to the position of Nurse Administrator at Orem Community Hospital.

With more than 24 years of experience with Intermountain Healthcare, Becki has
proven herself an outstanding leader, particularly in the years of service she's provided as a nurse manager.

Outside of work, Becki enjoys camping, fishing and spending time with her husband, eight children and 15 grandchildren. She is also an avid reader and enjoys water aerobics.

Congratulations on your new role, Becki!
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Sunburn Art: It's a dangerous trend that could lead to an increase in melanoma. http://ow.ly/Pz7eA
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It may be *gross* but have you ever wondered what the color of pee means?

Turns out, the color of your pee does matter, and it's easy to fix. http://ow.ly/OKaWx
For example, Stephen Curry, point guard with the Golden State Warriors, was treated for dehydration following game five of the NBA finals. Matthew Dellavedova, point guard with the Cleveland Cavaliers, was hospitalized overnight for dehydration after game three.
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Do you ever feel like motherhood is overwhelming you? You are not alone.

Here are three “mommy insights” that will help give you perspective and courage to continue being a great mom.
The transition to motherhood is not always seamless and can be tough. You often feel like you're in survival mode. You love your children no matter what, but nothing can prepare you for the exhaustion, crying, frustration, and loneliness that are all part of adjusting to a new baby.
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Our hospital campus does more than treat emergencies or deliver babies (though we are good at those things).

We are truly a campus focused on helping people LiVe Well. We have a walking/jogging path around campus, our new LiVe Well Garden, frisbee fields and soccer fields.

Because helping people live the healthiest lives possible is what we're all about.
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Are mornings a struggle for you? Do you struggle with weight loss?

An easy way to improve both issues is by eating breakfast. That's right, EATING!

That's because breakfast literally means breaking a fast, which our bodies undergo during the night. Eating a breakfast gets the metabolism going, which can provide an advantage for weight loss. Recent studies have also found that those who skip breakfast may be more likely to overeat later in the day.

So go ahead and eat breakfast. And make it a good one!
What's your favorite healthy breakfast snack?
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Make texting a healthy activity and WIN prizes by participating in the 6 Weeks of Fitness Challenge!

Here's How to Get Started:
1. Text "Livewell" to 91234 to sign up for our 6 Weeks of Fitness text campaign and other LiVe Well messages.

2. Receive a fun fitness prompt each week for six weeks, starting July 28.

3, Complete each activity and reply with the keyword. When you do you’ll be entered to win a #6Weeks prize!

See what you can accomplish over the course of six weeks!
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Onions are AMAZING!

Not only do they taste delicious, but our resident gardening expert Max says bulb onions can be eaten at almost any stage of development.

"The stems of bulb and bunching onions can be cut and used like chives. If you cut a stem, leaving most of the stems intact, the bulbs will still develop just fine and you get several harvests from the same onion plant. 

"I like to cut the tender new growth into small pieces and add them to my omelets. I do this from several plants throughout the season so as not to sap too much energy from one plant. The bulbs will continue to grow larger throughout the summer and the stems will eventually fall over, which is normal. This indicates the onions are mature."
- Max Christensen, LiVe Well Garden expert
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Are/were you pregnant during the summer?

The summer heat can be brutal. Here are 7 ways pregnant women can survive the summer:
1. Stay hydrated – carry a water bottle at all times
2. Wear sunscreen (apply 15-20 min. before going outside)
3. Take naps - it's OK, you deserve it!
4. Go for a swim
5. Wear breathable fabrics
6. Cool down with a water-filled spray bottle to mist yourself
7. Exercise at the cooler times of day

If you have survived a summer pregnancy, what did YOU find most helpful?
#pregnancy   #pregnancytips  
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Wishing a big congratulations to all graduating Tigers, Bruins and T-Wolves! Way to go!
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Depression is more than just feeling blue. 

Recognize the signs of depression and how to treat it: http://bit.ly/1PJjIXH 
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Depression is real. Depression is more than just feeling sad or a little under the weather. Depression is a mental disorder caused by problems with chemicals in the brain. This chemical imbalance affects how people feel, think, and act. No one chooses to have depression; it is a medical illness ...
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