HPV & Cervical Cancer: How to Protect Yourself

In honor of Cervical Health Awareness Month, take some time to educate yourself and the other women in your life about the ways you can stay protected from HPV and ...

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Not Bigger, Just… Better than the National Average!

Since 2008, Medicare has been tracking hospital readmission rates and publishing those associated with three common ailments. However, in December, the government expanded its disclosure to include readmission rates of ...

Five Important Things to Know About Mammograms

It’s estimated that for every 100,000 women in Utah, 108 will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer each year. You may know that early detection can lead to successful treatment, ...


Finding a New Doctor: Must-Ask Questions for Your New Physician

These days, it’s not uncommon for people to switch doctors. Whether you’ve ...

Staying Smart about Prostate Cancer

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and our team at St. Mark’s ...

Five Diet Myths Exposed

From detoxing to gluten free, there are a lot of diets out ...

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Halloween Safety Tips

Little ghosts, princesses and super-heroes will be out in our streets Thursday, and at St. Mark’s Hospital we want to give you great tips to keep your little ones safe. Costumes By this time many of you probably have your children’s costumes, and they’re begging to wear them everywhere they can. Make sure the costume [...]

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Better Prepared for a Visit to the ER

For many of us, a trip to the Emergency Room can be scary, even if we’re not the ones in a crisis, but our loved ones are. It’s natural to feel panicked, stressed, scared and a myriad of other emotions when dealing with another person’s crisis.  At St. Mark’s Hospital we’re here to help you [...]

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Catching ZZZ’s: Ways to Help Your Child Fall Asleep

When it comes to children and sleep, recent studies have shown that nearly 70% of American children aren’t getting enough. Aside from affecting a parent’s ability to sleep, children who don’t sleep enough may have trouble learning and developing socially or may be at a higher risk for health problems. Fortunately, our specialists at St. [...]

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Preventing the Top 5 Threats to Women’s Health

When it comes to health risks, women and men aren’t the same. In fact, you may be surprised to learn which conditions pose the highest health risks to women. Our specialists at Brigham City Hospital have put together a list of things you can do to help prevent these top threats to women’s health. Heart [...]

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The School Year is Coming – Is Your Child Vaccinated?

The sure sign summer’s coming to an end? The impending sound of school bells just around the corner. The coming weeks are sure to be filled with shopping trips and checklists, but don’t forget one of the most important to-do items: vaccinations for your child. Take advantage of your flexible summer schedules to get vaccinations [...]

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