Randy Brown, MD. Photo provided.

Open Door Health Services Welcomes Randy Brown, MD

By: Katy Maggart— Muncie, IN—Open Door Health Services would like to welcome Dr. Randy Brown, a Board Certified Family Physician, to its Adult Health team. Before becoming a physician, Dr. Brown began his career as a pastor. When asked about this drastic career change he says, “Medicine wouldn’t leave me…

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Photo by: Mike Rhodes in his Beluga Merrell Performance Footwear.

Ready for Black Friday? Comfy Shoes Make All The Difference For Shoppers

By: Marc Ransford— Muncie, IN—Lacing up a comfortable pair of athletic shoes before hitting the shopping mall this holiday season is highly recommended by Ball State’s Henry Wang, an exercise science professor who studies biomechanics in the university’s College of Health. He points out that athletic shoes designed for walking…

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Six Basic Tips to Frying a Turkey The Safest Way Possible

By: Author Paul Kenny,  former VP of Ingredients at Kraft Foods and supper club enthusiast— Get a turkey that fits in your fryer A turkey in the 12 to 15 pound range will work well. Most turkey fryers will fit a turkey of less than 15 pounds. Larger turkeys increase the chances…

As the 9N Adult Surgical Unit remodel comes to a close, leaders take a tour and learn about the space and upgrades. From left to right: IU Health East Central Region President Dr. Jeff Bird, Administrative Director of Medical/Surgical Services Chanel Venable, IU Health Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Al Gatmaitan, construction engineers in the background, Clinical Operations Manager Teresa Elliott, and Projects and Plant Operations Manager John Ward.

IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital Opens New Adult Surgical Unit

By: Dawn Fluhler— Muncie, IN—Last month, Indiana University Health Ball Memorial Hospital revealed a brand new, modern, spacious and technologically rich Adult Surgical Unit. Located on the 9th floor in the North tower, the new space relocates part of the former 7th floor of the North Tower, where patients stay, when…