January 7, 2016
You may think that sunglasses are more important to wear during the summer, but, the truth is, it's even more important to protect our eyes from the sun during the winter. The snow can reflect as much as 80% of the sun's rays causing increased glare and even eye disease.
January 4, 2016
A recent study of 180,000 women (The Nurses' Health Study) revealed that women who ate the most foods with magnesium and potassium had the lowest risk of having a stroke. Magnesium and potassium are found in plant based foods, and most Americans do not get enough of these two minerals. It is important to get these minerals from foods and not supplements.
December 2, 2015
Eating less red meat and more plant proteins can help prevent heart disease, strokes, diabetes, and some cancers. In one study men who ate 2 servings of red meat a day had a 38% greater chance of dying than men who ate only 2 servings of red meat a week. Going meatless on Mondays is one way to get started (www.meatlessmondays.com is a website that gives great information and recipes for meatless meals).
November 17, 2015
Granger Medical Clinic has been presented with the 2015 HealthInsight Quality Award for demonstrating high-quality patient care and a commitment to improving health care and is the 6th consecutive year that they have received this honor.
November 13, 2015
Three urology groups in the Greater Salt Lake Area have merged to form a new and dynamic urology practice within the Granger Medical Clinic family. Granger Medical Clinic Urology, Middleton Urological Associates and Western Urological Clinic will now be known as Summit Urology Group, with 10 experiences urology specialists covering the Salt Lake Valley, Bountiful and surrounding communities.