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  • Tips to Keep your Heart Healthy

    Tips to Keep your Heart Healthy

    When you were younger, staying fit and healthy were your top priority. However, as time passed it started becoming more and more difficult to put in the same amount of work into yourself as you did before when you were younger. Although you are struggling with finding the time, motivation and energy to stay healthy

  • Tips to Beat Winter Boredom

    Tips to Beat Winter Boredom

    Living in the Midwest the winters can get long especially for families with young children. How do you burn off all that extra energy when you are stuck indoors? What do you do when winter boredom kicks in? In the summer kids spend a lot of time outdoors running, jumping, climbing, riding bikes and swimming;

  • February is American Heart Month

    February is American Heart Month

    LOWER YOUR RISK OF HEART DISEASE You can reduce your personal risk by adopting healthy lifestyle choices by eating right, exercising, and getting plenty of sleep. But when a healthy lifestyle isn’t enough, our medical team of physicians and cardiology specialists can provide the most comprehensive care available. Our Cardiac Rehab is a supervised program

  • Protect Yourself and Others

    Protect Yourself and Others

    Sore throat and runny nose are usually the first signs of a cold, followed by coughing and sneezing. Most people recover in about 7-10 days. You can help reduce your risk of getting a cold: wash your hands often, avoid close contact with sick people, and don’t touch your face with unwashed hands. Common colds

  • Winter Safety – Tips to Avoid Falls

    Winter Safety – Tips to Avoid Falls

    Wintertime is one of the most anticipated seasons since we look forward to celebrating the holidays with our loved ones along with the chance of seeing snow either for our very first time or the millionth time. Although winter and the holidays should be filled with happy and loving memories, it does not always end

  • Orthopedic Surgeon Bryce Braaksma, DO

    Orthopedic Surgeon Bryce Braaksma, DO

    Take advantage of the latest in orthopedic techniques and robotic-assisted surgery to help ease your pain with Bryce Braaksma, DO. Dr. Braaksma practices at Avera Orthopedics in Sioux Falls, SD and starting in February he will come to Sioux Center Health. Dr. Braaksma specializes in minimally invasive surgeries for knee and hip replacements, which rarely requires an

  • Did your baby’s names make the list?

    Did your baby’s names make the list?

    The most popular names among the 190 babies born at Sioux Center Health in 2019. Emma tops the list for newborn girls and Grayson topped the list for most popular name for the boys. The Sioux Center Health welcomed 190 babies! Top baby names: Girls: 1. Emma 2. Adeline, Adelyn 3. Everly 4. Jocelyn, Joselyn

  • Family New Year’s Resolutions

    Family New Year’s Resolutions

    This time of the year has many people thinking about their New Year’s resolutions. Adults often commit to new fitness routines or lifestyle changes in the New Year. What about involving the whole family in New Year’s resolutions? Now it can be an opportune time to encourage the whole family to be more positive and

  • Boyden-Hull: Order Red T-Shirts for American Heart Month

    Boyden-Hull: Order Red T-Shirts for American Heart Month

    Sioux Center Health Foundation and American State Bank are hosting a Red Out on FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. Come and show your support for American Heart Month as Boyden-Hull Comets takes on the West Lyon Wildcats. T-shirt color/style: Red Gildan  $12 Youth Short Sleeve $15 Youth Long Sleeve $15 Adult Short Sleeve $20 Adult Long Sleeve

  • Bridging The Gap Medical Interpreter Training

    Bridging The Gap Medical Interpreter Training

    APPLICATION INFORMATION Bridging the Gap is a 40-hour professional development program that prepares bilingual individuals to work as medical interpreters. It is used to train novice and experienced medical interpreters, and it is accepted by both accredited national certifying bodies, the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI) and the National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters