Healthy You Blog 20 March 2017 Forming healthy habits Melissa Berzen, Food & Nutrition intern Making a change to our daily routine can be difficult, especially when food is involved. Getting into a new habit doesn’t have to be intimidating. 01 February 2017 How cholesterol affects heart disease Ashraf Al-Dadah, MD, Prairie Cardiovascular Consultants Many of you have probably had a cholesterol screening at some point. Maintaining healthy levels of cholesterol is good for your heart and lowers your risk of coronary heart disease and stroke. 13 January 2017 Remarkable options for breast cancer surgery HSHS St. John's Hospital HSHS St. John's offers minimally-invasive breast cancer surgery options. Speak with your doctor about breast-conserving surgery or visit our provider directory to find a doctor. 06 December 2016 8 tips for eating healthy during the holiday season HSHS St. John's Hospital It can be a challenging time of year to make healthy choices, but eating well during the holidays is possible. 17 November 2016 Area woman saved from fatal brain bleed HSHS St. John's Hospital Robyn Snearley had an aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage, which is a type of stroke caused by a brain bleed. 18 October 2016 Survivor stories: How the latest technology saved her life HSHS St. John's Hospital HSHS St. John’s Hospital patient Connie Locher Bussard credits 3D mammography technology for saving her life. Speak with your doctor about breast health and the best screening options for you. 11 October 2016 Survivor stories: Why early breast cancer detection is important HSHS St. John's Hospital HSHS St. John’s Hospital patient Rita Rowe learned the importance of early detection and breast health when breast cancer was found on her mammogram.