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Mission Health Highlights

Triumph over Tragedy – The Inspiring Journey of Ms. Wheelchair USA

By Madeline Delp Ms. Wheelchair USA As anyone who has had to take an unconscious ride in an ambulance well knows, life can change in an instant. I saw the truth of this principle in my own life at the age of ten years old after my mom and I had been in a horrific [&#...

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Don’t Let Diabetes Stop You from Having Happy, Healthy Holidays

By Stacy Eilers Clinical Nutritionist Educator, Mission Diabetes Center The holidays are traditionally a time to enjoy family, friends and food. Unfortunately, we have a habit of focusing too much on the food part, and Americans gain about one to two pounds during th...

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Linda’s Story – How a Device Called the Watchman Gave Her Freedom from Fear of Stroke

Linda Johnson remembers it like it was yesterday. While she was getting ready to leave town for a vacation, she suddenly fell down and blacked out. After seeing her physician, Johnson soon learned the cause of her incident was a condition called atrial fibrillation, ...

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Get Moving – How Zumba and Other Movement Classes Can Help the Body and Mind

By Rebecca Alexander Finding the motivation to workout can be difficult, but what if there was a way to get in a great workout while dancing? Movement classes, such as Zumba, are a fun option. Good for the body Dancing to the beat of the music and constantly moving g...

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This Easy, Little-Known Lung Cancer Screening Is Saving Lives – Is It Right for You?

By John F. Ende, MD  Chances are that you have discussed cancer screening with your doctor. Most women over the age of 40 have undergone breast cancer screening with mammography. Most men have discussed the risks and benefits of a PSA blood level looking for prostat...

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Healthy Fall Recipe – Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Asian Sauce

The bold colors of fall inspire bold flavors. Enjoy this tasty and healthy dish that showcases those bold, colorful flavors. Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Asian Sauce Ingredients 2 lbs unseasoned pork tenderloin ½ Tbsp garlic, minced or pressed (about 1 clove) 2 Tbsp...

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Quitting Smoking Requires a Plan – 10 Ways to Get Your Plan Started

By Donna Borowski Tobacco Treatment Specialist There’s a lot of focus on our lungs during the month of November – from lung cancer awareness, to Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) to the Great American Smokeout on November 16. How do these all fit toget...

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Grieving During the Holidays – You Are Not Alone, Support Is Available

By Tyra L. Goodman Bereavement Counselor and Clinical Social Worker, CarePartners The death of a loved one can cause tremendous grief, and the holidays often compound the experience of loss to an almost insurmountable feeling. Grief can have you feeling confused, min...

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Insured By Blue Cross? You May Qualify for Continuity of Care

Despite being out of network with Blue Cross, it is important to know that you have options to keep your doctor and your care with Mission Health. Among those options is exercising your right to “continuity of care” under North Carolina law. What is continuity of...

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Honoring Those Who Served – The Story behind the Veterans’ Tribute at Mission Hospital

By Karen Vernon For about a dozen years, Burchie and Barb Thompson have been quietly tending Mission Health’s own version of an eternal flame. Visitors to the lobby of Mission Hospital’s Memorial Campus may have noticed a large display in the alcove across fr...

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Patient Stories

Triumph over Tragedy – The Inspiring Journey of Ms. Wheelchair USA

By Madeline Delp Ms. Wheelchair USA As anyone who has had to take an unconscious ride in an ambul...

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Navigating Uncertain Waters – Joan’s Inspiring Story of Overcoming Breast Cancer

By Rebecca Alexander Joan Uhler of Brevard is a wife, mother, and a woman of faith. Joan is also ...

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Standing with Ben – How Mission Helped an Asheville Family Keep the Care They Need

When Jan King and her family learned that Mission would no longer be in network for their Blue Cr...

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Back in the Saddle – With Expert Care, Natalie Taggart Recovered from a Brain Injury

Natalie Taggart is a longtime equestrian who is well versed in the skill and safety of the sport....

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