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When you can’t verbalize your issues

December 4, 2011 Sunbonnet Sue’s husband is resentful and resists demands on him by anyone. He feels cheated. Sue got hearing aids that help her to hear better, but the ear specialist wouldn’t give them to him. more »»

SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL...Living with an overactive bladder

December 4, 2011 Thanks to celebrities like Kris Jenner of the famed Kardashians, the topic of urinary incontinence has been in the spotlight recently. more »»

Virtual gambling is a fast track to problems

November 27, 2011 “I’ll bet you can’t scale that rock formation.” “When I hit the lottery I’m going to help my family with my share of the winnings. more »»

SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL...Dangers of holiday drinking and driving

November 27, 2011 This week, the holiday season officially kicks off and lasts through the New Year. more »»

Family dinners one of your best anti-drug tools

November 20, 2011 Do you recall dinner hour at your house when you were growing up? Was there a set hour when your family sat down together to eat the evening meal? When your mother called you in from your outdoor... more »»


November 20, 2011 Sports and energy drinks are very popular with youth, and advertisements carry the message that sports drinks will help them perform faster and stronger; while energy drinks are portrayed to enhance... more »»

What youth need to succeed

November 13, 2011 Teens in Columbiana County have spoken. Some 1,700 7th through 10th graders in our county’s high schools participated in the 2011 Search Institute Youth Survey. more »»

Poverty comes in many forms

November 6, 2011 What is poverty? When you think of it, what do you perceive it to be? Have you ever lived it? Do you know anyone who has lived it? What have you seen of poverty with your own eyes? Poverty is an... more »»

American Medicine Chest challenge drop-off program scheduled for Nov. 12

November 6, 2011 On Saturday, Nov. 12, the American Medicine Chest Challenge (AMCC) will be held in communities across America to raise awareness about the dangers of prescription drug abus. more »»

Tri-County anti stigma campaign launched

October 23, 2011 Tri-County Anti Stigma Campaign: “Stop the Judgment — Start the Healing,” a campaign to reduce stigma related to mental illness, was launched in September. more »»

Headline addresses serious problem

October 23, 2011 Earlier this month, a report was released by the Ohio Substance Abuse Monitoring Network. more »»

SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL...Prostate cancer screening controversy emerges

October 23, 2011 Many prostate cancer experts have challenged the recent U.S. more »»

Bereavement, grief in youth hits at difficult time

October 16, 2011 The 4-year-old asked, “Will I get to see Honey again?” Her great-grandmother had recently passed away. Her mother answered, “Some day, but it’ll be a long time. more »»

SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL...Explaining and dealing with cluster headaches

October 16, 2011 Most people have headaches from time to time. But if you have a headache on more days than not, you may be experiencing cluster headaches. more »»

SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL... October observed as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 9, 2011 Breast cancer survival rates are climbing, thanks in part to greater awareness, more early detection and advances in treatmen. more »»

It’s bullying awareness month

October 9, 2011 Do you understand just what bullying is? That it’s not only some big kid stealing a little kid’s lunch money on the way to school. more »»

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 2, 2011 “Why would a woman remain in an abusive relationship?” Have you ever heard that question, or asked it? She may not understand exactly what domestic violence is, that she is living the abuse cycle. more »»

SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL...Depression, a serious illness, has many faces

October 2, 2011 When a person is depressed, it's more than just a feeling of sadness. Sadness is an emotion and emotions are normal and naturally come and go. Depression is different. more »»

ADAPT Coalition makes strides during first year

September 27, 2011 From time to time folks have remarked about the good things in Columbiana County going unnoticed while attention focuses on chaos and crime. more »»

REVIEW... Stage Left’s ‘Our Town’ makes a challenging classic entertaining

September 19, 2011 I am not a fan of Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize winning drama “Our Town,” about three days in the life of a small New England town at the turn of the 20th century. more »»



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