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When you’re swimming in Jackson Lake, floating down Flat Creek or crossing glacial streams high in the backcountry, it pays to be mindful of disease prevention.

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Last week the St. John’s Hospital Foundation unanimously approved the purchase of a robot to aid surgeons with hip and knee surgeries. The hospital will join a handful of other facilities in the state — like hospitals in Douglas, Casper, Cheyenne and Laramie — with similar robotic-arm-assist…

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Teton County Public Health and the Wyoming Department of Family Services are partnering to host a community movie screening and an interactive training about adverse childhood experiences and their effects on brain development and mental health. They are the last in a series of events for na…

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Wyoming Attorney General Peter Michael brought an entourage to Jackson on Monday to tell Teton County commissioners they’d be better off not filing their own suit against opioid manufacturers and that the state was better positioned to lead the charge.

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St. John’s Medical Center was the only hospital in the state to receive a top award from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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St. John's Medical Center was the only hospital in the state to receive a top award from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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There isn’t just one way to treat chronic pain, and a new pain management clinic at St. John’s Medical Center will seek to broaden available treatment options. It will be operational by January.

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The Teddy Bear Clinic, a staple of St. John’s Community Health Fair, can’t tell you if you have high blood pressure or need reading glasses, but it is a constant favorite among attendees.

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The soon-to-be-built St. John’s Medical Center Living Center needs a new name, hospital staff believe. And they want the community’s help naming it.

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Century-old samples from an Antarctic expedition are helping researchers fighting to find a cure for Alzheimer’s and Lou Gehrig’s diseases.

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Gonorrhea, a sexually transmitted disease, has increased more than 50 percent statewide in the last year alone.

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The St. John’s Medical Center Auxiliary presented a whopping $250,000 check to the St. John’s Medical Center Board of Trustees on Thursday.

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Members of Leadership Jackson Hole are fundraising this month to launch a campaign to help community members talk freely about mental health and connect struggling individuals with critical resources.

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The Curran-Seeley Foundation, an addiction treatment center, has received a large sum from a single donor to help people on their path to sobriety.

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A child in Fremont County died this week from a flu-related illness, underscoring the seriousness of this year’s influenza season.