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December births at Bluffton Hospital

Here are the births for December at Bluffton Hospital, including Emerson Lee Rosebrook, born on Christmas Eve:

Dec. 6 - Hardison Roger White, son of Charles and Jessica White, Arlington

Dec. 6 - Emmalaya Jean Routson, daughter of John Routson Jr. and Viola Owens, Lima

Dec. 13 - Owen Edward Kubske, son of Jacob Kubuske and Elizabeth Chaney, Lima

Dec. 17 - baby boy born to Curtis and Courtney Sebender, Upper Sandusky

Dec. 24 - Emerson Lee Rosebrook, son of Zachary Rosebrook and Lucy Flores, Leipsic

EasternWoods Outpatient Center offers updated PET/CT technology

With enhanced imaging and lower radiation

EasternWoods Outpatient Center, a division of Blanchard Valley Health System (BVHS), recently updated its PET/CT scan technology to improve patient experience. This diagnostic system will allow providers to give more accurate diagnoses with 3D imaging, enhanced imaging with wider fields of view and improved lesion detectability. Additionally, patients will receive less radiation and complete scans in a faster amount of time. 

Weekend doctor: Bipolar Disorder

By Christian Steiner, MD
Psychiatric Center of Northwest Ohio

“You are so bipolar.”

Weekend doctor: Medspa welcomes male clients

By Kasey Hume
Advanced Aesthetician at Beyond MedSpa

Weekend doctor: Children’s migraine and tension headaches

How massage therapy can help

By Carol Baumhardt
Massage Therapist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, an affiliate of Blanchard Valley Health System

Raise your hand if you enjoy having a headache. Silly, right? Nobody likes the pain, frustration and lost time a headache can bring. Yet many of us suffer from them, including children. The National Headache Foundation reports that 1 in 5 U.S. children ages 5 to 17 are prone to headaches. Fifteen percent of those who are prone have headaches labeled as tension and five percent are diagnosed as migraine.

“Guilt, Anger and Challenges”

Presentation part of “Living Through Loss” Series at Blanchard Valley Hospital

Bridge Bereavement Services, a division of Blanchard Valley Health System, will host its December presentation of the “Living through Loss” series on Monday, Dec. 17, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. This presentation is titled “Guilt, Anger and Challenges” and will take place in the Marathon Auditorium at Blanchard Valley Hospital, located at 1900 S. Main St., Findlay. Light refreshments will be provided.