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Pregnancy After 35
Advance planning and preparation are key if you are planning a pregnancy later in life.

Rich's Story: PT for Parkinson's Disease
After being diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, Rich Rollins took the advice of a friend and saw Lauren Kesteloot, a physical therapist who specializes in Parkinson's at Nebraska Medicine – Bellevue.

Immediate Care: What Is It?
Nebraska Medicine — Immediate Care is the perfect solution for minor illnesses and injuries without the longer waits of an emergency room. Plus, it’s billed as a regular doctor visit.

What You Eat Matters
A new study shows the food choices you make every day matter when it comes to reducing your risk for colon cancer.

How to Care for a Loved One with Parkinson’s
As our population ages and we continue to live longer, chances are, you may someday become a caregiver to someone close to you.

CocoaStart Your Heart
Heart health is fun when it involves chocolate! Come learn about disease prevention, get a blood pressure check and consider spinning to win prizes and benefit a good cause.

Meet Our Physicians: Daniel Gaffney
Daniel Gaffney’s experience in the military made Nebraska Medicine – Bellevue a good fit for him

What To Do Before You Become Pregnant
If pregnancy is in your future, consider these steps you can take now to ensure the healthiest start for your baby.

Starve a Fever, Feed a Cold
From wet hair to chicken soup, Jeremy King, MD, family practitioner at Nebraska Medicine – Bellevue, sheds some light on cold and flu advice that has been passed down over the years. You might be surprised about the answers.

Running Pains: Which Ones Not to Ignore
If you’re a runner, you’ve probably had your share of running pains — an achy knee, a tight hamstring or tender foot. While it might not seem serious enough to see your doctor, a nagging pain that keeps coming back is usually a sign that your body needs rest and attention.

Big Pink Breakfast Serves 625
Take just five minutes for a free breakfast to celebrate survivors, learn about detection and embolden those still fighting breast cancer.

5 Steps to Managing Your Diabetes
Managing diabetes is no easy task. However, with careful management, you can prevent it from becoming more serious and avoid many of the complications that can develop.

Managing Irritable Bowel Syndrome
No one likes to talk about gastrointestinal problems. But the fact is, if you suffer from annoying symptoms like abdominal pain, bloating and fluctuating bowel habits of constipation and diarrhea, you are not alone.

Ask the Doctor: Poison Ivy
Warmer days are here again and so are the poisonous plants of Nebraska. Poison ivy is by far the most common in Nebraska, while poison sumac is more common in the southeastern part of the state.

It's a Quality Three Peat
We are pleased to announce The Joint Commission has recognized Nebraska Medicine – Bellevue as a 2013 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures.

Emergency Department Expansion Complete

Bellevue ED Exterior

Nebraska Medicine – Bellevue opened the seven new patient rooms for patients on Jan. 27. More than 2,100 square feet was added to the existing 14 patient rooms, resulting in a 50 percent increase in patient care space.

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