5 health stories you may have missed (8/18/2017)

Breastfeeding help is just a click away with Norton eCare, Saturday Sports Injury Clinics opening for the fall, Bike to Beat Cancer: Kids, you can ride too, and more stories you may have missed

Norton Immediate Care Centers anticipate eclipse eye damage

Intense pain and symptoms may not appear for six to 12 hours after the injury. Despite the warnings, it happens. And it’s terribly painful. Here are safety tips to prevent damage to your eyes during the eclipse.

Breastfeeding help is just a click away with Norton eCare

Becoming a new mom is wonderful — and a bit terrifying — according to 34-year-old Sarah Ramage. Luckily, Ramage could turn to a convenient resource for answers. Learn how Norton eCare provides 24/7 online care for nonurgent health issues, including video visits for breastfeeding support.

Bike to Beat Cancer: Kids, you can ride too

The 2017 Bike to Beat Cancer will include routes that cover as much as 100 miles. For the youngsters, there’s a 5-mile Family Ride that loops through Norton Commons. Learn more at BiketoBeatCancer.org.

Saturday Sports Injury Clinics opening for the fall

Norton Sports Health is offering evaluation and treatment of athletes with sports-related injuries, including concussions, at its Saturday Sports Injury Clinics through Nov. 4.

Participants made a big splash to help kids at Norton Children’s Hospital.

Exercise — we know it’s good for us. But just how good is it?

Want to make your workout work for you? Use a motivation cheat sheet!  Here’s how.


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