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GUEST COLUMN: Time is critical for our educators

May 8, 2013 A recent Rasmussen poll tells us that American voters have little confidence in our K-12 schools. A mere 18 percent believe that most high school graduates have the skills needed for college. more »»

SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL...New treatment for bowel control woes

April 29, 2013 According to a study by the National Institutes of Health, more than 18 million Americans suffer from bowel control problems. more »»

Physical, mental health important to seniors

April 29, 2013 By Cathy Brownfield Family Recovery Center Publicist “Kate,” approaching her “mature age,” has made exercise a priority in her life for a lot of reasons. more »»

So, how is your relationship going?

April 24, 2013 Something doesn’t feel right. Maybe you’ve felt this for a long while but you decided you must be imagining things so you haven’t said anything. more »»

Teen dating shouldn’t be hazardous to your teen’s health

April 17, 2013 “Ouch!” Terri was shocked that her boyfriend slapped her and left a red mark on her forearm. “Ah, that’s just a love tap,” he said. “Well, it hurt,” she snapped. more »»

Empowering women: Take care of yourself

April 8, 2013 When her family finally secured dental insurance, “Bree” said after her husband and children had their teeth fixed she'd take care of her own, but there were always reasons why she didn't go to... more »»

April recognized as Distracted Driving Awareness Month

March 28, 2013 LISBON — People take a lot for granted: walking, biking, baseball, cleaning house or cooking a meal, playing a board game on family game night or a movie date. more »»

SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL....March known as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March 18, 2013 Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of cancer deaths in American men and women. more »»

An Evening of Inspiration coming in May

March 18, 2013 By Cathy Brownfield Family Recovery Center Publicist Christopher Kennedy Lawford grew up privileged, the son of actor Peter Lawford and Patricia Kennedy, sister of the late President. more »»

Program to help at risk women

March 11, 2013 “Sanctuary for Change is a training program designed to provide women with histories of trauma and alcohol and drug abuse with tools and knowledge to reduce risks associated with HIV/STI transmission. more »»

Recovery networking in Columbiana County

February 18, 2013 LISBON — Everyone has recovered from something...a broken heart, a broken limb, an illness, an addiction. Today's discussion is about the network for recovery in Columbiana County. more »»

Let’s talk about the heart of it all

February 13, 2013 Are you adding the finishing touches to your Valentine's Day plans? Some people go above and beyond to arrange special moments with their sweethearts, but even if you don't have elaborate plans for... more »»

Can you remember being very angry?

February 4, 2013 Can you think of a for instance when something made you so angry you reacted angrily, outwardly, violently? How did you feel? What did you think? How did you resolve the problem... more »»

Some things to know about the Golden Years

January 28, 2013 LISBON — They are called 'the Golden Years,” the years between when the children are all grown up with children of their own, retirement is imminent and all the things you wanted to do must be done... more »»

Damages from pain medication abuse

January 21, 2013 LISBON — By Cathy Brownfield Family Recovery Center Publicist STOP! If you abuse substances for whatever reason, you need to know. You need to think about the potential harm you are flirting wit. more »»


January 14, 2013 If you're suffering from a fever, body aches, chills, or a bad cough, you're not alone. more »»

January blues or depression?

January 14, 2013 LISBON — Motivation. Melody wished she could find some. more »»

Autism: Pieces of a puzzle

January 7, 2013 There is a blue light on at the front door of a home. There is a ribbon covered in puzzle pieces. Tears and love are breaking down the stigma of autism with public awareness. more »»

Young adult suicide numbers concerning

January 7, 2013 By PAT ROSS Administrative Assistant, Columbiana County MHRS Board Suicide numbers are staggering. more »»

SALEM COMMUNITY HOSPITAL...Successful sleep resolutions for the New Year

December 30, 2012 Staying up late to attend holiday parties and then sleeping in the next day are often ways that we celebrate at the end of a year. more »»



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