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INSPIREhealth Tips For Better Health

Kingman Regional Medical Center offers these tips for better health. Find the care you need right here at home.

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Hearing Loss: What You Should Know

Some factors that can permanently affect your ability to hear can include prolonged exposure to loud noise, head trauma, ear infections, and certain health conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes. Additionally certain medications can contribute to hearing loss. Learn more here.

New Patient Record System to be Launched at KRMC

Imagine you are in an accident and brought unconscious to the emergency room. Your driver’s license is the only personal information you have on you. But with an electronic health record, the emergency room doctors can immediately find your health information. Learn more here.

The Danger of Poor Circulation in Your Legs

We’ve all experienced a circulation problem at one time or another, such as when an arm or leg “falls asleep,” or when something tightfitting temporarily restricts circulation. KRMC can help.

Budget-Friendly Tips for Better Heart Health

Most of us know the basics of heart health – eat healthy and exercise. However, budget concerns can sometimes create a barrier. The good news is that there are many ways to greatly improve your health, which cost little more than a change of heart. Learn how here.

Occupational Therapy: Living Life to the Fullest

If you’ve suffered a serious illness or injury, you know life can change in major ways. You may have reduced ability to carry out your daily routine the way you did before. You may struggle with tasks that once came easily to you. See a list of OT conditions we treat.

Make 2019 Your Healthiest Year yet with KRMC

For many, a new year brings an opportunity to examine life as we know it. People often take this time to reflect on their daily lives, their habits, and their health. Often, we consider things we may want to change – ways to do better for the coming year. See how KRMC can help.

Lung Screening Can Save Your Life

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month— a good time to remind people about technological advances that can help people survive lung cancer. More people die from lung cancer than from any other type of cancer. It kills two times as many women as breast cancer. Learn the warning signs.

The Importance of Breast Cancer Screening

Although breast cancer occurs rarely in men, it is very common among women. In the United States, breast cancer affects 1 in 1000 men and 1 in 8 women. Breast cancer begins when cells located in the breast start to grow out of control. Know your risk and when to screen.

Childhood Immunizations: What You Should Know

While immunizations offer valuable protection for the children who receive them, they also provide vital defense for people who cannot – or cannot yet – receive vaccines. How do vaccines work? Are vaccines for you safe? KRMC has the answers. Learn more here.

Heatstroke: What You Need to Know

Excessive heat can cause illness in varying degrees, from heat rash to heatstroke. Certain populations are especially susceptible to heatstroke, including very young children and elderly people. How can you recognize the symptoms of heatstroke? Learn how here.

What causes high cholesterol?

Cholesterol is a waxy substance that’s found in the fats (lipids) in your blood. It is carried through your blood, attached to proteins. People with high cholesterol are at risk of heart attack and stroke. There is both “good” and “bad” cholesterol. Learn the difference here.

Should You be Tested for Hepatitis C?

An estimated 3.9 million Americans are infected with the hepatitis C virus. About 75 percent may not be aware of their infection because they do not have symptoms. Why are baby boomers at risk for hepatitis C? Who else is at risk for hepatitis C? Learn the symptoms here.

Early Detection of Lung Cancer Saves Lives

More people die from lung cancer than from any other type of cancer. It kills three times as many men as prostate cancer and two times as many women as breast cancer. Advanced imaging screening can detect lung cancer at earlier, more survivable, stages. Who should be screened?

Coping with Long-Term Pain

When pain goes on longer than it should, it can be classified as chronic pain. Some doctors and medical professionals use three months as a benchmark. Roughly 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. How long have you been in pain, and what can you do about it? Learn more here.

Occupational Therapy: Living Life to the Fullest

If you’ve suffered a serious illness or injury, you know life can change in major ways. Kingman Regional Medical Center offers occupational therapy for people who have experienced any illness or injury that has altered their life. What can KRMC do to help you live life to the fullest. Learn more here.

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