Heart Surgery Game Plan – Heart Seminar

While heart disease continues to be the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States, advances in surgical treatments, which include an increasing array of innovative, minimally invasive procedures, are already making a difference in the length and quality of life for thousa...

February 20th, 2017

Jacob DeLaRosa, MD

Restoring Heart Health

Recovering from a cardiac event or moving forward with life following a diagnosis can be a bit overwhelming without a plan. A professionally prescribed and closely monitored cardiac rehabilitation program is one of the most effective ways for patients to move forward and live a healthier life after...

February 14th, 2017

David M Gonzalez, MD

Hypertension and You

Approximately 73 million adults in the US are affected by hypertension, a condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is chronically elevated. Some causes of hypertension may include smoking, obesity, diabetes, inactive lifestyle, stress, aging, vitamin D deficiency, family history, alcoho...

February 6th, 2017

Lisa F Antonelli, MD

Raising Heart Disease Awareness

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. To prevent heart disease and increase awareness of its effects, Portneuf is proudly participating in American Heart Month. All month long we will be talking about your heart! It will be a topic in articles, on our social media chann...

January 30th, 2017

Portneuf Health Partners

Comprehensive Care of Hearing Disorders

Do people seem to mumble more frequently? Do you experience ringing in your ears? Do friends and family members say you have your TV turned up to a high volume? Perhaps you are finding it more difficult to understand a conversation when in a crowd? Any of the above may indicate a hearing loss, the t...

January 23rd, 2017

Morgan G Yost, DO

As we age, so do our eyes

You’ve hit that age where reading glasses are part of daily life. You too may even see small specks or clouds moving through your field of vision, perhaps you have more difficulty focusing and/or your eyes just feel dry, tired and irritated. These are all symptoms that may accompany menopause. As...

January 13th, 2017

Bradley J Anderson, MD

A New You In 2017

The ancient Babylonians are thought to have first started the resolution tradition; they made promises to earn the favor of the gods and start the year off on the right foot. For an estimated 4,000 years, people have been pledging to change their ways; it might be a promise to get fit, quit a bad ha...

January 9th, 2017

Alian G Garay, MD

Baby New Year

The original Baby New Year was born in ancient Greece. According to Britannica.com, it was reportedly customary to display an infant in a basket for the turn of the calendar. By the 1400s, the baby was depicted by the Germans as a religious figure and as a sign of rebirth. By the late 19th century...

January 2nd, 2017

Joel A Carlson, DO

Wishing you the warmth and wonder of the season

‘Tis the season of celebration and reflection, of giving and receiving. Yet, for each of us at Portneuf Medical center, the spirit of thanks and giving is not just seasonal. Every day, through the year, our hands provide the gift of healing and our hearts teem with compassion. We are fortunate to...

December 25th, 2016

Portneuf Health Partners

We Hold You in Our Hearts This Season

From all of the doctors, nurses, technicians, aides, support staff, and administrators at Portneuf Health Partners, we wish you a joyous, peaceful and healthy holiday season. All of the employees who work here every day have dedicated their lives to caring for their friends and neighbors. While this...

December 18th, 2016

Daniel Ordyna