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ScrippsNews - Health 12/06/2019 19:00
Four tips to help you manage your life after a cancer diagnosis. It’s normal for anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer to experience a mix of emotions and want to know more about their condition. After the initial shock, it’s very important to take control of the situation, build support and learn what to expect. Your health depends on it. Every person faces a new cancer diagnosis differently. Some people want to know every detail about their condition, every potential step in treatment, every possible option and side effect. Others want somebody to listen as they talk through their hopes and fears. Still others may need concrete assistance gathering resources and support. The cancer journey is both a personal and shared experience. It’s.
ScrippsNews - Health 12/04/2019 18:30
Healthy weight loss tips for long lasting health benefits. Weight loss often tops the list of our New Year’s resolutions. Setting a realistic weight loss plan where you’re making healthier food choices and exercising more can help you achieve your goal. If losing weight is your resolution, set a goal, stay on track and stay motivated. The following are weight loss tips to help you reach your weight loss goal and make your resolution a successful one. And remember, losing weight is a resolution you can make anytime of the year. 1. Avoid quick weight loss schemes. People often make resolutions to lose weight and turn to quick fixes that may not be right for them. “I have a lot of respect for people who can follow highly restrictive diets,” says.
ScrippsNews - Health 12/03/2019 15:34
When to work out and when to rest when you’re sick. Ready to hit the gym but feel a cold or the sniffles coming on? Should you exercise when sick? Before you decide to skip your workout completely, you might want to think again. In some cases, light exercise, in combination with rest and good nutrition, can actually help you feel better, faster. “Moderate exercise helps to increase your breathing and heart rate, which provides the body with more oxygen and blood flow,” says Christen Benke, MD, a family medicine physician at Scripps Clinic, Del Mar. “Delivering that extra oxygen and blood flow to an area with an infection, whether it’s in the lungs, throat or nose, helps the immune system fight off that cold bug.”In addition, the increased b.
ScrippsNews - Health 12/02/2019 18:44
Clearing up myths about breast implants and mammograms. Doctors often hear from women who mistakenly believe that breast implants and mammograms don’t mix. The truth is having breast implants should not prevent you from being able to get a mammogram or breast cancer screening. There is one downside to having breast implants when it comes to breast imaging. The X-rays used in mammograms cannot go through silicone or saline implants well enough to see the area of breast tissue covered by the implant. But this isn’t a reason to skip mammograms. In a regular screening mammogram, X-ray pictures of each breast are taken, typically from two different angles. If you have implants, a few more X-rays are taken. This is why it's important to seek out a.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/26/2019 18:42
Advances have led to more infertility treatment options. A couple struggles to become pregnant for more than a year. Then, after getting medical help, they realize their dream of having a baby. It’s a story with a happy ending that is more common than ever today thanks to advances in infertility treatment. “With continuing advances in reproductive medicine, many couples are able to overcome their fertility problems and conceive one or more children,” says Lila Schmidt, MD, an OB-GYN and fertility specialist at Scripps Mercy Hospital. Many couples continue to struggle to conceive, however. One in eight couples have difficulty getting pregnant or staying pregnant, according to the National Institutes of Health. “Infertility can cause emotional.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/26/2019 17:55
/ceyMWNX0xDU. 344. 425. Cosmetic procedures can fix sagging skin, belly bulges and more. As we age, our bodies begin to show the effects of time, gravity and life in general. Formerly firm skin begins to lose its tightness and elasticity, resulting in wrinkles, droopy skin and saggy body parts. Pregnancy can stretch skin and leave a stubborn belly bulge. Diet and exercise can help, but only so much. In this video, San Diego Health host Susan Taylor talks with Salvatore Pacella, MD, head of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Scripps Clinic Del Mar, about how plastic and reconstructive surgery can help you reclaim some of your skin tone and body shape. There are cosmetic surgery procedures to address concerns from head to toe, and most are far.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/25/2019 17:16
Treatment for heartburn and knowing when it could be GERD. Dr. Richard Onishi, Family Medicine, Scripps Clinic. For many of us, heartburn is all too familiar. Roughly 60 million Americans experience heartburn symptoms at least once a month and 15 million have daily flareups. Stomach acid refluxes up into the esophagus and causes a burning sensation in the chest or throat that can go from unpleasant to downright painful. Spicy, fatty, and/or acidic foods can trigger heartburn as can non-culinary things, such as cigarette smoking, drinking alcohol, certain medications and even lying down after a big meal. In this episode of San Diego Health, host Susan Taylor and guest Richard Onishi, MD, a family medicine physician with Scripps Clinic Carmel V.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/22/2019 12:28
/9GyocISq5dw. 344. 425. Swelling side effect after breast cancer treatment is treatable. Manish Champaneria, MD, a plastic surgeon at Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center and Scripps Clinic, discusses lymphedema, which is a common swelling side effect of breast cancer treatment that can strike the lower or upper extremeties.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/22/2019 11:10
NFL legend “Big Ed“ White has transcatheter aortic valve replacement at Scripps. Ed White is a strategic thinker. A legendary offensive guard for the San Diego Chargers and Minnesota Vikings, “Big Ed” played 241 regular season NFL games, plus four Pro Bowls and four Super Bowls. His Vikings were NFL champions in 1969. He studied his opponents, worked out his aches and pains, went out on the field and got it done. White took a similar approach when preparing to have his aortic valve replaced. He studied the problem, consulted with family and experts and chose what he thought was the best approach to restore his heart health. Living with aortic stenosis. The problem was stenosis—his aortic valve had narrowed and was obstructing blood flow. The
ScrippsNews - Health 11/22/2019 11:02
For “sandwich generation” caregivers, self-care is equally important. One in every eight Americans between the ages of 40 and 60 cares for an aging parent. The task is compounded when those adults must simultaneously care for their children. That’s the taxing reality for the so-called “sandwich generation,” which feels pressure from two directions at once, often on top of full-time work, leaving little time for self-care. “It’s a cumbersome journey no matter how well-equipped all sides think they are,” says Reyzan Shali, MD, internal medicine physician at Scripps Coastal Medical Center Vista. “It can be physically, emotionally and financially draining on all, even for families who are financially secure.”Common burdens of caring for aging p.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/22/2019 11:02
Our weight management tips can help you enjoy your favorite holiday foods without packing on pounds. The holidays are right around the corner and so are the heaping helpings that often come with them. Nutrition experts estimate that a traditional turkey plate with all the fixings has 3,000–4,500 calories. That may not sound too detrimental, but this does: A 160-pound person would have to walk 30–45 miles to work off that one meal. And who only eats one big meal throughout the holiday season? Fortunately, there are a few things you can do ahead of time to help you lighten your load – and still savor the seasonal flavors of turkey, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole or pumpkin pie. How to prevent holiday overeating. “The most important thing.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/22/2019 11:02
Learn how to manage stress and stay balanced throughout the holidays. The holiday season is supposed to be merry and bright, but sometimes the hustle and bustle can feel overwhelming. And nothing puts a damper on winter fun like the flu. Put yourself first and focus on wellness, because good physical and mental health is the best gift of all. “You don’t have to make difficult sacrifices to fully enjoy the holidays,” says Gerardo Cisneros-Seibel, MD, an internal medicine physician at Scripps Clinic Mission Valley. “There’s room for having fun and indulging a bit while aiming to be ready to tackle your New Year’s resolutions.”Healthy holiday tips. These seven tips from Dr. Cisneros-Seibel will help you stay healthy and safe. 1. Put safety firs.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/22/2019 11:02
Heart disease — not breast cancer — kills more women in the United States than any other health condition. Still, many women are not aware of the danger. To complicate matters, heart attacks in women aren’t always accompanied by the crushing chest pain that men often experience. Sometimes the symptoms are more subtle — like fatigue, dizziness, nausea, clammy sweats and pressure or pain that spreads to the shoulders, neck, upper back, jaw or arms. Education and encouragement for women with cardiovascular disease. Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla’s Cardiac Treatment Center, in partnership with the national coalition WomenHeart, is providing red scarves to women being treated for heart disease. The “HeartScarves” program was developed in resp.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/22/2019 11:02
TAVR procedure now approved for patients across all surgical-risk profiles. The aortic valve is the last stop for oxygenated blood before it leaves the heart and travels throughout the body. However, blood is rich in calcium and, over time, some of that mineral deposits on heart valves, leading to aortic stenosis, or valve narrowing. Severe stenosis can impair blood flow and generate a heart murmur, chest pain, dizziness and shortness of breath. Fortunately, people who need an aortic valve replacement to treat their stenosis now have access to the full range of minimally invasive and surgical options right here in San Diego. The evolution of aortic valve replacement. Surgical aortic valve replacements were first performed in 1961, and the pro.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/22/2019 11:02
A Scripps pulmonologist who beat cancer connects with other survivors by racing dragon boats. While she was training to become a doctor, Ni-Cheng Liang, MD, learned all too well what it’s like to be a patient. Dr. Liang, a Scripps-affiliated pulmonologist who specializes in integrative medicine, was in the second year of her fellowship in 2011 when she received the diagnosis: a particularly aggressive subtype of breast cancer, in stage 2. In her early 30s at the time, Dr. Liang took a year off her fellowship to undergo chemotherapy and three surgeries.
ScrippsNews - Health 11/18/2019 19:20
/KZzfWv_yekk. 344. 425. Learn what causes heartburn symptoms and how to control them. That burning sensation in your chest and throat, often accompanied by a bitter taste in your mouth, is a common ailment known as heartburn. According to the American College of Gastroenterology, some 60 million Americans experience heartburn at least once a month, and about 15 million people have daily flareups. In this video, San Diego Health host Susan Taylor talks with Richard Onishi, MD, a family medicine physician with Scripps Clinic in Carmel Valley, about what causes heartburn and how to control it. What is heartburn and what causes it? Despite its name, heartburn has nothing to do with the heart. Heartburn is a form of indigestion, which is a broad ter.

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