Once you begin to feel thirsty, you have already waited too long. Thirst is a signal that you’ve already lost about 1 percent of your body’s water content; however, thirst is not always a reliable indicator, especially in older adults.
The 2018 Medical Center Lecture Series continues Tuesday, March 13, with "Marijuana: Is it Medicine Yet?" presented by Donald L. Abrams, M.D., chief of the Hematology-Oncology Division at San Francisco General Hospital.
Prehabilitation, or pre-hab for short, is an exercise regime designed to prepare a surgical patient to optimize a successful outcome and a quicker recovery.
A small but determined group of individuals meets regularly to brainstorm the complexities of vision impairment and disease. Led by clinical psychologist Dr. Luisa Bryan, the Vision Support Group shares resources and experiences with the added value of a clinical mentor.
Continuing our trend of providing leading-edge health care initiatives, the Medical Center offers the next level in personalized medicine with the Private Medicine Plus (PMP) program.
Men, do you have a urological question or concern? Join us for Men's Night Out at the Medical Center on Tuesday, Feb. 27, with Dr. Murugesan Manoharan, a renowned urologist and innovator in the field of urologic oncology who specializes in robotic, laparoscopic and complex open-cancer surgical procedures.
Join us for the next lecture in this season's Lecture Series when Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., physician and scientist at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, will speak about Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases.
You’re invited to a CoolSculpting event on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at the Medical Center. Call today to reserve your space for a personal consultation and to receive $150 off your first CoolSculpting treatment!
Dual topics of interest to your vision will be the subject of the Tuesday, Jan. 30, installment of our annual Medical Lecture Series.
The flu is visiting Florida, and January is midway to the height of flu season. This is one visitor we'd rather not visit us at Ocean Reef!
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