BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
When 42-year-old Dianne Smith of Owasso went in for a routine mammogram in 2004, she had no idea her life would soon change forever. A follow-up biopsy revealed a lump.
Celebrating every moment since her cancer diagnosis, Kelly Flindt, 54, of Owasso, was among more than 150 cancer survivors who celebrated their five-year milestone since their first treatment at Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Southwestern Regional Medical Center.
Weight Watchers Owasso begins Early Bird Meeting
In a world where the average person makes more that 200 food decisions each day — of which they are only aware of about 15 — people need more than knowledge to lose weight and learn to keep it off.
- Art classes offered at community center
Develop and practice plan to ensure safety after school
As children around the nation are returning to school, many of them will be spending time home alone after school until their parents get home from work.
Strong Kids Triathlon set for Aug. 17
Nearly 34 percent of Oklahoma youth are overweight or obese.
Former Owasso graduate to compete in Mrs. America Pageant
Owasso High School graduate Julie Pittman was recently crowned Mrs. Oklahoma at the Guthrie Scottish Rite Theater.
When Sandra Preston went through a major life change a few years ago, her doctor gave her some straightforward advice:
‘Man of Steel’ leaps expectations in a single bound
“Man of Steel” kicks off with an exhilarating action sequence on Superman’s doomed home world, Krypton, offering a more detailed look than ever (in a movie, at least).
Hillcrest Healthy Beginnings Transport Team ‘takes off’ to improve care for high-risk obstetric patients and newborns
The Peggy V. Helmerich Women’s Health Center at Hillcrest Medical Center, in partnership with Tulsa Life Flight, has launched Oklahoma’s only dedicated high-risk obstetrics air transport service.
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