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On the radio July 27: Dr. Worden on colorectal surgery

July 21, 2015

Listen for Everett Clinic colorectal surgeon Dr. Sara Worden on Health Matters radio, KRKO 1380am, 6 pm, Mon., July 27 talking about basic digestive system and colon health with hosts Shannon O’Kelley, Physical Therapist and President of Integrated Rehabilitation Group, and Maury Eskenazi, radio personality from Fox Sports radio. With thanks to Integrated Rehabilitation Group physical and hand therapyRead more about On the radio July 27: Dr. Worden on colorectal surgery

How best to assess risk in our everyday life

Dr. Paul
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The catastrophic ice cave accident in early July makes us all wonder—Why would an intelligent person venture into the cave? The scary signs that surround the cave are designed to remind visitors that there is serious danger inside. In this most recent fatality, there had been icefalls the day before the tragic accident. It makes us wonder---why do adults take potentially fatal risks? Read more about How best to assess risk in our everyday life

The milestone ages of midlife - trials and tribulations

Dr. Paul
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Turning 40 was a great moment for me. I felt good about my life, my work and myself. My family and I were heading off for a new life adventure in a different part of the country (the Northwest!). I felt like a pioneer on the Oregon Trail.  I was very fortunate in many other ways too. I had good health, a great marriage and two healthy daughters. Read more about The milestone ages of midlife - trials and tribulations

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The Travel Challenge: Take a Child’s-eye View First

Dr. Paul
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When my daughters were 9 and 7 years old, our family moved from Massachusetts to Washington State. My wife and I, in our infinite wisdom, decided to make our move into an exotic adventure. We would drive across the country in the late spring--Why take major highways when we could explore the back roads of our great nation? Why not camp and only occasionally stay at motels? Our station wagon was packed so tightly with gear that we needed a crowbar to fit our children into the backseat. Read more about The Travel Challenge: Take a Child’s-eye View First

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Feeding Your Picky Eater

July 13, 2015

Picky eating is a common concern for parents. Sometimes children will eat only one or two favorite foods. Your child may refuse a food because of its color, texture or smell -- or for no reason at all! It’s frustrating. This can be normal toddler behavior and persist into preschool and school-age years. Read more about Feeding Your Picky Eater

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