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|Giorgos8||7:34am on Monday, September 20th, 2010|
|I bought these to go with my Sansa Fuze to replace the included earbuds. It is definitely a worthwhile upgrade. After 1 month of horror and pain with my iPod earbuds, I was desperate for a nice set of ear phones for office, recreation, and home chore use.|
|ECO||1:18pm on Tuesday, August 17th, 2010|
|I have to admit that to some extent I am a compulsive buyer of inexpensive headphones. One recent addition to my "collection" (Sennheiser HD201.|
|arch_o_median||8:43am on Monday, August 16th, 2010|
|Sounds great Newegg or the manufacturer should have noted that one channel is longer than the other. Annoying. Nice bass and also hi-fidelity to the original soundtrack ; The wires are of great quality,. Excellent sound quality and comfortable fit. Like all sennheiser audio products.|
|waynelmx||1:02am on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010|
|the unit are very small and easy to carry and look high tech too. I like it as compare to the bulky headphone I had used before. For the price. Would certainly purchase again, especially at price from this merchant. Sound is overall exceptionally high quality, and the ear buds fit comfortably.|
|123emoney43||6:16pm on Monday, May 31st, 2010|
|Sennheiser small ear buds Excellent Service from the vendor - package arrived very quickly and is exactly what I needed. Great little earphones I have previously purchased these for myself when I wanted a cheap pair to go to the gym. Excellent Great buy! Sound quality is great and does the job perfectly. Used it for my phone; does have a 2.5mm jack. Would recommend!|
|REDale||1:08am on Sunday, May 30th, 2010|
|I buy these over and over for friends & r... Great sound quality. No distortion, in my experience Asymmetrical cord is great on a plane. First thing I noticed when I put them on was ... Price - $15 off of ebay (NIB). Sound - good bass, mids and highs. Good fit.|
|ottodv||6:14am on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010|
|Great Bass and overall volume, nice fit, durable Slightly canned sounding excellent build poor bass and goes deep in the ear canal|
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Our 2010 ort Annual Rep to Our Community
For 31 years, Pastor Ken Zuithoff has been a volunteer chaplain at CGH. p. 6
New technology helps ambulances respond
Give Blood and Save Three Lives
recipe: Healthier Mac and Cheese
New Technology Helps Ambulances Respond to Emergencies
hen community members call 911, CGH ambulances can now respond more quickly and efficiently than ever. Thats thanks to new mapping technology recently added to all ambulances. The new Panasonic Toughbook computers contain mapping software that connects the ambulance directly with Whiteside Countys Computer-Aided Dispatch system. This means that emergency medical services (EMS) staff can receive additional information about the emergency while theyre still en route to the call. This improves efficiency across the board, said Ryan Venema, director of Pre-Hospital Services. It will benefit CGH patients as it enhances our ability to respond.
New technology gives responders access to more information about an emergency before they arrive.
How It Works When a 911 call comes in, dispatchers send the location and any other information the caller provides directly to the ambulances computers. This means, for example, that EMS responders may be able to review the patients medical history in advanceso theyre better prepared to care for the patient when they arrive at the scene. In addition, the technology homes the call and sends the location through Whiteside Countys mapping system. This gives EMS personnel a street or satellite view of the location, as well as the address of the emergency. The maps also contain
layered information that can be turned on and off, such as hydrant locations, fire districts, and hazardous materials locations.
Enhanced Care for the Community The new technology also reduces radio traffic and the chance for missed signals. To indicate to dispatchers that they are en route or at a location, EMS responders simply use a touch screen. Finally, with the new technology, patient information sent between dispatchers and EMS respondents can be kept confidential.
EMS providers can use the computers to message back and forth with dispatch, keeping patient information and location private. They can also complete an electronic record of the patients care. Overall, the new mobile data systems will greatly enhance our communication and the services we provide to the community, Venema concluded. n
Remember: Always dial 911 in the case of an emergency.
Ambulance Car Show
Antique ambulances were on display at the Whiteside County Airport for The Last Time DC-3 Fly-In. Several thousand people attended, and CGH Emergency Services, along with other area emergency management teams, were on hand with first aid and emergency services, keeping the crowds, pilots, and crews safe!
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One Hour Can Save Three Lives: Give Blood Today!
lara Barton and a circle of acquaintances founded the American Red Cross in Washington, D.C., on May 21, 1881. After World War II, the Red Cross introduced the first nationwide civilian blood program that now supplies nearly 50% of the blood and blood products in this country. CGH Medical Center is proud to partner with the American Red Cross to provide needed blood donations for our community members.
How to Pack a Healthy Lunch
An ideal school lunch is nutritious and has enough calories to fuel brain and motor activity but not too many calories, which can cause hyperactive or sluggish behavior. Balance and variety are the keys to packing a healthy lunch kids will love. A healthy meal consists of at least three of the following five food
American Red Cross founder Clara Barton launched the tradition of donating blood. More than 38,000 blood donations are needed daily.
Dairy: string or cubed
Key Facts About Giving Blood Every two seconds someone in the United States needs blood, and the demand is growing daily. More than 38,000 blood donations are needed in the United States every day. A single car accident victim can require as many as 100 units of blood. At CGH Medical Center, 661 patients received 2,560 units of blood in 2009. The blood drives at CGH Medical Center contributed 376 units to help people in our American Red Cross chapter. When donations reach a certain level, the cost of blood for our patients is reduced. One blood donation can help save the lives of up to three people. Blood donation takes about an hour of your time. Thats just one hour to give the gift of life to a friend, relative, or coworker. The actual blood donation typically takes less than 10 to 12 minutes.
cheese, low-fat yogurt, low-fat milk, low-fat pudding, calcium- and vitamin D-fortified orange juice
Fruit: fresh fruit, dried
You are eligible to give blood if all the following are true: You are age 17, or 16 with a signed consent form. You weigh between 110 and 350 pounds. You are healthy. You can give blood every 56 days. Even individuals with stable heart disease or diabetes may be able to donate. n
CGH Medical Center hosts blood drives six times a year. Please join us at the next blood drives held on Thursdays, October 7 and December 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Enjoy great food and a feeling of satisfaction that youve helped someone! To schedule an appointment, please call 815-625-0400, ext. 4501 or 5716. Walk-ins are always welcome!
fruit, 100% juice boxes, canned fruit cups in juice
Vegetables: baby carrots,
grape tomatoes, celery sticks, salsa, red bell peppers, broccoli
Whole grains: whole-grain
breads, tortillas, wraps, cereals, crackers
Lean protein: beans, nuts,
turkey, chicken, tuna, lean lunch meat, peanut butter, veggie burgers, hummus
Upcoming Blood Drives
All blood drives are held in the CGH Ryberg Auditorium. For appointments, call Lettie at 815-625-0400, ext. 4501. Walk-ins are also welcome.
Thursday, October 7, 2010 Thursday, June 2, 2011
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Saturday, February 5, 2011
6 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Thursday, April 7, 2011
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Have more questions about congestive heart failure?
Get answers and care tips in our FREE brochure, Understanding Heart Failure. Order your copy by calling 815-625-0400, ext. 5034.
Heart Failure: Scary, but You Can Get Help
By Paul Maxwell, M.D., F.S.C.A.I., Interventional Cardiologist ongestive heart failure, or CHF, is a serious health problem. It happens when the heart cant pump enough blood to the lungs and the rest of the body. Signs of CHF are different for each side of the heart. Shortness of breath is a common sign of leftsided heart failure. Heart failure on the right side of the heart can cause swelling of the ankles, legs, neck, and abdomen.
Paul Maxwell, M.D. Sterling Rock Falls Clinic
Taking small steps each day to help manage your condition can make you feel good and stay healthy longer. Incorporate these everyday tips into your daily routine: Weigh in. Weigh yourself every day. Call your doctor if youve gained more than 3 pounds in one day or 5 pounds in a week. Quench thirst without the fluids. To avoid fluid
retention, limit your liquid intake. To reduce thirst, try sucking on ice chips (not cubes), chewing sugarless gum, or nibbling on frozen grapes. Keep swelling in check. Check your ankles and feet for swelling. Stay active. Exercise a little bit each day. Ask your doctor to recommend an exercise plan thats right for you. There is help for CHF. Your doctor may give you a drug to make your heart strong. Or, you may get a drug to keep your body fluids low. You may need to watch your blood pressure or lower how much salt you eat. To prevent CHF in the first place, aim to: Keep blood pressure in check Exercise regularly Eat a low-fat, low-salt diet Drink alcohol only in moderation Quit smoking n
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A Vintage Fashion Show FREE Breast Cancer Awareness Program
of Christ in Rock Falls, and on Tuesday, December 7, at the United Methodist Church in Walnut. Find out your risk for carotid artery disease/stroke, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral arterial disease, and osteoporosis. You can also learn your cholesterol, glucose, and blood pressure levels. Call 800-690-0295 to make an appointment. Mammogram Party From 5 to 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 27, and Thursday, October 28, CGH Medical Center will host a Mammogram Party. Gather your friends for a night of music, munchies, massages, and much-deserved pampering, as well as an after-hours opportunity to get your annual mammogram. If its been at least a year since your last mammography screening, join the party! Financial assistance is available for women who are uninsured or underinsured. Space is limited, so sign up today. Call 815-625-0400, ext. 5666. FREE Random Blood Sugar and Pressure Screenings Even mild elevations in blood pressure and blood sugar can damage your health. This blood sugar check is a simple finger stick blood draw that does not require an appointment or fasting. Screenings are offered at several locations each month. Check www.cghmc.com for screening dates and times. Small Steps, Big RewardsPreventing Diabetes Program Learn lifestyle changes that can help prevent type 2 diabetes. Attend our FREE class, taught by a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator, on Monday, November 8, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the CGH Professional BuildingLower Level, located at 15 West Third St. in Sterling. Registration is required; call 815-625-0400, ext. 5716.
Take part in the fun on Saturday, October 2, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hoover Park in Sterling. FREE registration on-site. Community Cholesterol Screening The higher your cholesterol, the greater your risk of developing heart disease or having a heart attack. Find out your cholesterol levels so you can take steps to keep your heart healthy. Screenings will be held at the CGH Professional BuildingLower Level, located at 15 West Third St. in Sterling, on Wednesday, October 13, and Tuesday, November 9, from 6 to 9:30 a.m. Screenings cost $30. Appointments are required; please call 815-625-0400, ext. 5716. Diabetes Health Fair Stop by Sterlings Northland Mall between 5 and 8 p.m. on Thursday, November 11, for a health fair devoted to diabetes. Check out a cooking demonstration by the Happy Diabetic Chef, get your questions answered at Ask the Diabetic Educator, and take part in foot and blood pressure screenings. Many vendors and providers will also offer educational and interactive activities about the latest in diabetes self-management. Call 815-625-0400, ext. 5666, to learn more. Leather N Lace Team Underwires, a group that raises money for breast cancer screening and treatment, will celebrate its 2010 fundraising efforts along with a presentation to the CGH Health Foundation on Saturday, October 9, at 6 p.m. at Deer Valley Golf Club. Cost is $25 per person or $180 for a table of eight. To learn more, call Sandi Ivey at 815-441-4458 or visit www.teamunderwires.com. Life Line Health Screenings Sponsored by CGH Medical Center, screenings will be held on Tuesday, November 16, at the First Congregational United Church
Thursday, September 30, 6:30 p.m. Kapps Banquet Facility, 201 West First St., Rock Falls For more information, call 815-625-0400, ext. 5666
19th Annual Pumpkin DashCross-Country Festival
Who Grew My SOUP? Harvest Festival
Saturday, Oct. a.m. to 2 p.m.
Selmis Garden Center 1206 Dixon Ave. in Rock Falls Learn who grew your soup at this fun festival for the whole family! The Sterling Public Librarys Sauk Valley Story Spinners will perform a theatrical reading of the book Who Grew My Soup at noon and again at 1 p.m. Well also have a cooking demonstration, food samples, games, and door prizes. Get more details by calling 815-625-0400, ext. 5716.
Pastor Ken Zuithoff, volunteer chaplain, visits with a patient. Pastor Zuithoff has volunteered his chaplaincy services at CGH for 31 years.
Chaplaincy Services Bring a
Healing Presence to CGH
he theme for the October 2010 Pastoral Care Week is Healing Presence. While spirituality means different things to different people, care for the spirit usually involves finding comfort and strength in difficult times and seeing hope in any circumstance. This healing presence is present every day at CGH, from the nurse listening to and encouraging a patient, to a pastor or volunteer praying, to a deacon bringing Communion. Chaplaincy Services at CGH respect and honor patient values and diversity. Fulfilling a patients request to have
a church notified of their hospital admission is a top priority. Weekday rounds on most patients by specially trained Auxiliary members called Barnabas visitors give patients another opportunity for church (or other organization) notification and prayer. Offering a listening ear and caring conversation is the goal of Barnabas, which means son of encouragement. This lay visitor program began 15 years ago and currently has 12 active volunteers. As community partners, there are nine area clergy of different faiths and
denominations who volunteer as on-call chaplains. These pastors can be available for traumas and patient deaths, or for the patient who is hurting, scared, or desiring to reconnect with a faith tradition. This partnership continues with the Sterling Police Chaplains and the Rock Falls Fire Chaplains, as spiritual care has been coordinated in emergency situations and in disaster preparedness. In the words of a French proverb, it is our hope that the ministry of presence may heal sometimes, remedy often, and comfort always. n
CGH Parish Nursing Partners with Local Churches
The CGH Parish Nursing Program provides support to area nurses as they minister to their congregations. By teaching about health and disease-prevention, parish nurses combine their knowledge, experience, and skills with their faith to provide care for the whole personmind, body, and spirit.
Giving Tradition Carries on into New Century
From the first 15-bed hospital to our current 99-bed facility, area citizens have banded together to contribute dollars, furnishings, and their time toward maintaining CGH Medical Center. The philanthropic tradition continues, with gifts totaling almost $300,000 donated to the CGH Health Foundation Annual Appeal for 12 programs. Weve spent the past year highlighting this tradition of caring as we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the hospital, said Carolyn Spencer, Foundation chair. The Foundation took the lead in hosting six historical programs and events to commemorate the centennial landmark, and we thank our many friends for another great year of support. The CGH Centennial Learning Garden Project is funded as part of the Foundations Health & Fitness Initiative. The program encourages people to make better nutrition choices and to increase their physical activity. The project yielded a great harvest of excited kids and happy parents, as well as beautiful vegetables and herbs picked at the four gardens. My family helped take care of the new garden at East Coloma School and we learned a lot, said Madison Fortney. Her mom, DeeDee, said, Its never been easier to talk with my girls about why its so important to eat their vegetables. My family made a pact to taste everything from the garden and we did! The Fortneys and other families from each garden site helped plant, weed, and harvest the gardens. Classroom instruction was also provided last spring on gardening and nutrition. 1. Cook macaroni according to directions, but do not add salt to the cooking water. Drain and set aside. 2. Spray casserole dish with nonstick cooking spray. 3. Preheat oven to 350. 4. Lightly spray saucepan with nonstick cooking spray. Add onions to saucepan and saut for about three minutes. 5. In another bowl, combine macaroni, onions, and remaining ingredients. 6. Transfer mixture into casserole dish and bake for 25 minutes or until bubbly. Let stand for 10 minutes before serving.
Servings: 8. Serving size: cup Each serving provides: 200 calories, 4 g total fat, 2 g saturated fat, 34 mg cholesterol, 120 mg sodium, 1 g total fiber, 11 g protein, 29 g carbohydrates, and 119 mg potassium. Source: NHLBI: Keep the Beat Heart Healthy Recipes
Soul Food Recipe: Rich and Healthy Mac and Cheese
Heres a lower fat version of the classic. 2 cups 100% whole wheat macaroni Nonstick cooking spray cup onion, chopped cup evaporated skim milk 1 medium egg, beaten tsp. black pepper 1 cup (4 oz.) low-fat sharp cheddar cheese, finely shredded
To learn more about the CGH Parish Nursing Program, please contact Connie Von Holten at 815-625-0400, ext. 5425.
Taylor Brown is one of many students who helped tend the Centennial Learning Garden at East Coloma School over the summer. The gardens are teaching the children and their families about the importance of fresh produce and healthy eating.
Nearly 90,000 adults and children will benefit from the funds raised during this Annual Appeal. The campaign continues through the end of October. All contributions stay local. To make a gift, go to
www.cghmc.com and click the DONATE button at
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815-625-0400, ext. 5672.
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100 E. LeFevre Road Sterling, IL 61081
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HealthLines is offered as a service of CGH Medical Center and is distributed to residents in the CGH service area. The information is intended to inform and educate about subjects pertinent to health, not as a substitute for consultation with your physician. Questions or comments may be directed to Marketing and Community Services at 815-625-0400, ext. 4580 or 5666. 2010 Printed in U.S.A.
Dana McCoy | Marketing Manager Rebecca Green | Marketing Specialist Nicole Bollman | Marketing Specialist Terry Durham | Community Services Supervisor Connie Von Holten | Community Health Nurse Educator Sherry DeWalt | Community Health Educator Joan Hermes | CGH Health Foundation Executive Director
L to R: (front) Cyndie Hughes, PT aide; Anj Escalona, PT; (back) Lori Phalen, PT; Judy Irvin, PT aide; Sharon Scuffham, PT aide; Penny Kester, PT; Deb Sigel, PTA; Polly Duncan, PTA; Amy Waldschmidt, PT aide; Shari Giffin, PTA. Not shown: Wendy Burke, PT.
Four Foods to Help You Fight the Flu
You got a flu shot, wash your hands frequently, and avoid sick friends. Is there more you can do to protect yourself from the fluor to relieve your symptoms if you do get sick? While no food has definitively been shown to vanquish the flu virus, nutrients in the following four may
What Happens During Physical Therapy?
October is National Physical Therapy month. At www.cghmc.com/pt, you can learn more about the CGH physical therapy program.
give you the winning edge: 1. Salmon. A daily dose of vitamin D may reduce the incidence of a common strain of seasonal flu. Good food sources of D include oily fish such as salmon, as well as fortified milk and cereals. 2. Green tea. Several studies have found that drinking green tea may improve your immune system. 3. Yogurt. Probiotics, which are found in yogurt and some dietary supplements, are live microorganisms similar to the good microorganisms that live in the stomach. One study found that probiotics help reduce the incidence and duration of flu symptoms. 4. Chicken soup. Fluids help your body fight infection, and hot liquids like chicken soup may relieve symptoms, too.
ctober is National Physical Therapy month. Physical therapists use a hands-on approach to help relieve pain. If you suffer from chronic pain, the first stop should be your doctors office. Your physician may refer you to a physical therapist (PT).
Reduce pain Ease movement Restore function Prevent future problems Later sessions may include exercises, modalities, and posture training.
During Your Therapy Visit During the first session, the PT will ask you to describe your pain. He or she will test your strength and ability to move by gently guiding you through different movements, offering resistance, and noting when pain occurs. Your PT will then develop a treatment plan to:
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Beyond the Therapy Sessions PTs usually advise gentle stretching and strengthening exercises to keep you moving and speed your recovery. Youll also learn pain-free ways to do things, such as lifting with your legs and hips instead of with your back and neck. As your pain subsides, your PT will help you plan a healthier lifestyle. n
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