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December 21, 2021

Realistic New Year's Resolutions

It’s no secret that New Year’s Resolutions are hard to keep. In fact, according to a 2020 study, after 1 month, only about 64% of New Year’s Resolutions are kept. In a 2016 study, of the 41% of Americans who make New Years resolutions, by the end of the year…

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December 20, 2021

Meet Hegg's Materials Management Team

Materials Management is the department at Hegg that handles many of the orders for everyday items, large capital purchases as well as the little but needed items to keep the hospital running in tip top shape! Stacy Denekas here, Manager, along with, Nancy Verburg, Purchasing Agent and Bonnie Davelaar, Receiving…

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November 24, 2021

Hegg Health Center Annual Stockholder Meeting Scheduled for December 2

Hegg Health Center Annual Stockholder Meeting Hegg Health Center Annual Meeting: the format this year will combine the annual meeting with the December 2 Board of Director’s meeting at 6 PM. Howard Van Ginkel and Jason Kooima have completed their terms and are not eligible for reelection. Nominees for the…

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Your Thanksgiving Dinner Has How Many Calories?

My how those holiday treats add up. The typical Thanksgiving Day meal includes turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie and a glass of wine. If you ate one serving of each of these things your calorie intake for that meal alone would be 1,814 calories. That’s…

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ACL Injury Prevention: What our upcoming class will do for your athlete!

Hegg Wellness & Rehabilitation is excited to introduce a new class that emphasizes injury prevention of the lower extremity, particularly of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). The ACL serves an important role in the stabilization of the knee by resisting forward movement of the distal lower leg and rotational forces.…

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Seizure First Aid

What to do in the event of a seizure STAY with the person and start timing the seizure. Remain calm and check for medical ID. Keep the person SAFE. Move or guide them away from harmful objects. Turn the person onto their SIDE if they are not awake and aware.…

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