Topics of Interest

What You Need to Know About Aortic Valve Disease

By Teng C. Lee, MD, FACS

According to data from the Alliance for Aging Research, as many as 5.8 million Americans have aortic valve disease.

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Is it a Heart Attack?

By Ramin E. Beygui, MD, FACS

While movies may depict heart attacks as dramatically clutching your chest, it doesn’t always look or feel like that.

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Treating the Whole Woman, Not Just Breast Cancer

By William Dugoni, MD

While it’s important to know the risks and symptoms of breast cancer, it’s just as important to understand the psychological and emotional impact that it ...

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Preventive Medicine and Routine Screenings Save Lives

By Nancy Stoll, MD

One aspect that often goes ignored is the role of preventive medicine, including wellness screenings.

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In Women, Heart Attacks Don’t Look Like Heart Attacks

By Catherine Dao, MD

For women in the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death across all ages and races. More than cancer. More than stroke. ...

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Separating Mental Illness Fact from Fiction

By Seema Sehgal, MD

In an effort to increase awareness and destigmatize mental illness, here are some of the most common misconceptions.

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Six Tips to Manage Holiday Stress

By Seema Sehgal, MD

The key to dealing with holiday triggers it to know how to identify them and develop coping strategies that’ll help you through.

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How to Support a Loved One with a Mental Health Disorder

By Clive Chambers, RN

There are many resources available that can help you better support your loved one and help them receive the assistance they need for the best ...

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Improving Inpatient Care with Pediatric Hospitalists

By Simon Lee, MD

Hospitalists are physicians who specialize in providing quality care for hospitalized patients, and serve as that vital bridge between primary care providers, hospital staff, and ...

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