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Best of Bloom - Top Five 2013

Stay healthy through the holidays and prepare for the New Year with the Top 5 articles from bloom. As the holidays approach, many of us reflect on the past year. At Northridge Hospital were doing the same thing. 

Enjoy the Top 5 Articles from bloom, just in case you missed them or were looking for a refresher. These articles are packed full of tips to help you stay healthy through the holidays and prepare for the new year.

  1. Is it Alzheimer’s or Normal Aging?
    The signs of Alzheimer’s is often seen years before memory loss and can be an early predictor of the disease.

  2. 5 Ways You Could Be Sabotaging Your Health
    Small habits can lead to big health problems.

  3. 6 Energy Boosters
    Surprisingly simple ways to restore the spring in your step.

  4. 6 Symptoms HE Shouldn't Ignore
    Women typically do it all when it comes to their family's healthcare. However, there's one decision a woman can't make: Getting the man in her life to go to the doctor. Find out which seemingly harmless signs warrant a doctor visit.

  5. 10 Steps to Outsmart Mother Nature
    It’s true 40 is the new 30 and 50 is the new 40. This means that we're staying healthier longer than previous generations. Now that’s reason to celebrate. Use these tips to outsmart Mother Nature in your 40's and beyond.

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Top Safety Tips for Your Family


These important safety tips are provided by the Emergency and Trauma Centers at Northridge Hospital.

Disaster Strikes Quickly
Disaster can strike quickly and without warning. It can force you to evacuate your neighborhood, workplace or school or can confine you to your home. What would you do if basic services -- water, gas, electricity or telephones--were cut off?

Injury Prevention Tips
Unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 35, and among the leading causes of injury or death nationally among all age groups. In most cases, these injuries are preventable. Our ultimate goal is to prevent injuries before they happen. Take a look at our growing library of injury prevention brochures and flyers.

Keep ICE on Your Cell Phone
Yes you read that right. ICE, as in In Case of Emergency contact information.

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