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Expanding pediatric services help keep families at home

By Katheryn Houghton, Daily Inter Lake
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After surgery, 3-year-old is all smiles

On January 4, Donald had his final operation. Donald and his family traveled from Helena to see KRMC's pediatric surgeon.
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Perinatology and pediatrics - quality care starts in the womb

New pediatric specialists bring new services to the Flathead Valley.
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Citrus and celebration

The holidays are a wonderful time for family, friends and celebration. They are also the most difficult time of year to stay healthy in our diets and habits.
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Changing young lives, one at a time

In one week this July at Kalispell Regional Healthcare, four children’s lives were changed forever.
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Fall colors in food

Here in Montana, our fall colors are breathtaking golds, deep reds, dark evergreens and bright orange, to name just a few.
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Teleneonatology debuts at KRMC

Telemedicine is stretching its wings at Kalispell Regional Healthcare and partnering hospitals.
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KRMC awarded federal grant to support telemedicine in rural Montana

Grant funds will provide upgraded network components for four rural hospitals.
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Berries, breakfast and bedtime

Berries are thought to have the highest anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity of all fruits.
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Montana family thankful for new local pediatric surgeon

Krista Olesen is grateful for the support and care her 7-year-old daughter, Aspen, received from the pediatric specialist team at Kalispell Regional Healthcare.
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New building will expand pediatric services

Kalispell Regional Healthcare is committed to helping Montana’s families get the care they need here at home instead of having to travel out of state.
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The power of food in health

Pediatric cardiologist Austine Siomos, MD, shares nutrition advice for children and families.
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Gluten sensitivity can be managed with diet

Up to 1 percent of our population has a serious condition called celiac disease, which results in damage to the small intestine if the person eats food containing gluten.
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Probiotics: The little bugs that could

You may have read or heard talk lately about probiotics and how they are supposed to be good for you.
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Going Paleo from a standard American diet can be a tough transition

What’s wrong with our modern diet? Lots!
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Diet basics

If your great-grandma wouldn't recognize it as a food, it probably isn't.
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Celiac, wheat allergy, gluten sensitivity are common digestive problems

Tom Flass, MD, explains the differences.
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