Monthly Archives: June 2014

Feeling Down? Get Off Your Butt and Go Exercise!

We’ve know for a long time that physical exercise is beneficial, you know, physically.  But does exercise positively affect mental health?  While researching this topic, I ran across a study from the mid-1970s.   More recent studies confirm what researchers have … Continue reading

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Ten Questions with Craig Baird

Tell me a little about yourself – your background and your education. I was born in Indiana, but spent my early years in Belleville, Illinois.  My family returned to Indiana when I was in junior high school, and I’ve been … Continue reading

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Harnessing Technology to Create a Better Consumer Experience

Let’s face it – no one likes to go see a healthcare provider.  It usually involves poking and prodding, either literally or figuratively.  Also, new patients often have to sit in a crowded waiting room filling out new patient paperwork … Continue reading

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Ten Questions with Chris Wishmire

Tell me a little about yourself – your background and your education. I was born and raised in Indy and am anchored here by my family and friends.  I grew up on the West side of town (always driving into … Continue reading

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Ten Questions with Donna Vaughan

Tell me a little about yourself – your background and your education.  I grew up in the southwestern part of Virginia on a 330-acre farm where my Dad farmed in his spare time after working full time for U.S. Gypsum … Continue reading

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