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Kenyatte Sims-Hall is a hard-working mother of three and the wife of a soldier. Despite having her hands full, she’s always been on top of her health. “I get check-ups and normal preventive care,” Kenyatte said, “But nothing has ever been wrong.” In early 2019, Kenyatte started to experience a prolonged cough, accompanied by heartburn. […]
Janet Durr, a nurse of 35 years, knew she needed to volunteer at the COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Riverview Health. She felt it was time to do her part to help the community during a difficult time. When COVID-19 became prevalent in Indiana, it presented a new challenge to Janet’s nursing career––constant uncertainty. Because of […]
Laurie Coppess shouldn’t be alive, she says. After battling breast cancer and recovering from a stroke more than a decade ago, she thought her health problems were behind her. But in early August last year, she was alone at a friend’s house when she started feeling symptoms of what she thought might be a heat […]
Has it been a while since you’ve worked out? Has quarantine caused you to become more sedentary than normal? You’re ready to be active again, but after such a long hiatus from the gym, you’re probably feeling overwhelmed. How should you get back into an exercise routine? The staff at Riverview Health Rehab & Fitness […]
By Kimberly Moran, PsyD, HSPP Licensed Clinical Psychologist We are all susceptible to stress, anxiety and depression, especially when we encounter a global pandemic. COVID-19 has taken away our ability to control many things in our lives—like where we can go, how we work, how we go to school and even how we socialize. Sometimes, […]