Humankindness is a marathon not a sprint.
Most women neglect strength training, but those who do it have lower risks of serious diseases.

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This Is the Best Workout for Women
#TBT to when Sam Dorman, a Rio Olympic silver medalist and Tempe native, made a special visit to St. Joseph’s Nursery Intensive Care Unit today.
Here’s the strongest evidence yet that belly fat Is really bad for you.

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Here’s Another Reason Belly Fat Is Really Bad for You
7 tips to reduce heart disease Risk - The road to cardiovascular health is paved with small, realistic goals.

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'We just loved her': Young caregiver sings a final hymn to her dying patient.

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‘We just loved her’: Young caregiver sings a final hymn to her dying patient
Heart disease can take a severe toll on many other parts of the body.

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Heart Disease Affects Far More Than the Heart
A thought to take into the new week Arizona.
"These new findings add to the current understanding of cervical cancer's impact on different communities." - Dr. John Farley, a practicing gynecologic oncologist and professor at Creighton University School of Medicine at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center in Arizona.

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Cervical cancer death rates are much higher than thought, study says
Dozens of strangers rushed to help this bride plan her wedding so that her father with cancer could attend.

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Our birth centers provide a supportive environment to say your first "Hello."

Singing along with Lionel Richie's "Hello" is optional (you may want the sound on for this video!).
We see them, and we marvel -- older people who are out and about enjoying life and moving as though they haven't aged a day past 35. They're still playing tennis, swimming, jogging, or traveling the globe.

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Emergency Room or Urgent Care - Which one should you choose? This infographic helps you decide.
A question for the experts.

"Am I unlikely to get heart disease as a female if only the men in my family have heart disease?"

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Gluten-free diets are becoming increasingly popular. Here’s how to determine if it’s right for your child.

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This Valentine's Day we ask ... what is a smile?

Young students from All Saints’ Episcopal Day School in Arizona answer questions from Dignity Health about what smiling means to them. The adorable reactions are sure to make you experience the power of a smile!
Your heart works hard for you. At Dignity Health, our cardiovascular specialists also work hard to stay at the top of their field. They are continually updating their training and investing in life-saving technologies. Whether you have heart health concerns or are simply due for a checkup, our team is here to help keep your heart strong.

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A simple Facebook post helped change the life of an Illinois toddler today after it connected him to a woman willing to be a living kidney donor.

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A cancer “survivor” is anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer, living with cancer, in remission, or free from cancer.

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For drowning victims, CPR sooner - even on the water - is better.

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