Spot the Tot

The terms backover and frontover refer to when an infant or child is accidentally rolled over by a moving vehicle in a driveway or parking lot. Though this may seem like a rare occurrence, it happens regularly and carries serious … Continue reading

Safety Month – Don’t Just Sit There

Prevent strains, dislocations and muscle tears. When lifting, make sure you: Stretch and warm up before you perform any lifting Keep your back straight and bend your knees – remember to never twist or bend your back Are on solid … Continue reading

Safety Month – Prepare for Active Shooters

Active shooters can appear in public places such as movie theaters and shopping malls or in private workplaces. No matter where you are, remain as calm as possible and remember: Be aware of any possible danger in your environment Identify … Continue reading

Safety Month – Recharge to Be In Charge

Getting good sleep To be alert, well-rested and at your best, follow these tips: Get 7-9 hours of sleep every day Create and follow a sleep schedule. Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day—even on … Continue reading

Safety Month – Stand Up to Falls

Prevent falls at home—and at work—by removing the sources of tripping:  Secure electrical and phone cords away from walking areas, such as hallways or in front of your desk Use non-skid rugs and be sure to tape them down to … Continue reading

Asthma Awareness

Asthma is a disease affecting the lungs. It can cause asthma attacks called episodes which involve wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness and coughing. Asthma affects the lives of over 22 million people and although there is no cure it can be … Continue reading

Mental Health – By the Numbers

1 in 25 (10 million) adults in the United States lives with a serious mental illness. 60 million people in the United States face the day-to-day reality of living with a mental illness. Half of all lifetime mental health conditions … Continue reading

Dr. Monroe White – 20 Years of Service

With deep gratitude we celebrate Dr. Monroe White for his 20 years of dedicated service to Mountainlands Community Health Center and our patients.  Dr. White is a psychologist and serves as the Director of Mental Health. “Thanks to Mountainlands for … Continue reading

25th Anniversary

Celebrating 25 years of providing high quality healthcare for everyone in our community! MCHC opened in the summer of 1992 with one clinic, previously located on Center Street in Provo.  We have expanded to six clinics, with 4 in Utah … Continue reading

Autism Awareness Month

-From the Autism Society Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disability; signs typically appear during early childhood and affect a person’s ability to communicate, and interact with others. ASD is defined by a certain set of behaviors and … Continue reading

 
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