Category Archives: Trinity Hospital Twin City

Healthy Tip Tuesday: Importance of the Great American Smokeout

(Dennison, Ohio) – In this week’s Healthy Tip Tuesday, Trinity Hospital Twin City is stressing encouraging smokers to quit, and nonsmokers never to start and everyone to help each other stay healthy!

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Healthy Tip Tuesday – Domestic Violence Awareness, Facts and Resources

(U.S.) – Coverage of high profile domestic violence incidents has raised awareness of this kind of intimate partner abuse making these acts seem unusual when in reality 1 in every 4 women and 1 in every 7 men have experienced it.

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Healthy Tip Tuesday: More Treats Fewer Tricks

(Dennison, Ohio) – In this week’s Healthy Tip Tuesday, Trinity Hospital Twin City is sending a few tips and reminders to make sure your Halloween is fun and safe!

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Healthy Tip Tuesday: Breast Cancer Prevention

(Dennison, Ohio) – Cancer is unpredictable and unbiased, but Trinity Hospital Twin City is bringing you a few tips to lessen your risk.

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Healthy Tip Tuesday: If You End up in The ER

(Dennison, Ohio) – As we celebrate Emergency Nurses Week Trinity Hospital Twin City is offering a few ER-related reminders.

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Healthy Tip Tuesday: Controlling the Infection Through Hand Washing

(Dennison, Ohio) – Local experts from Trinity Hospital Twin City (THTC) are sharing a few tips to help you control the spread of infection in your family.

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Healthy Tip Tuesday: Importance of Having a Regular Primary Care Medical Provider

Does your family have a regular primary care medical provider? If not, here’s why it’s important to get one!

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Healthy Tip Tuesday: Constipation in Children

What’s normal for your child may be different from what’s normal for another child.

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NICU Awareness Month: Understanding Prematurity

In 2016, about 1 in 10 babies was born too early in the United States.

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Understanding Depression

Depression is a common illness affecting about 15 million people, including children.

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