Barking dogs in our brains? What’s this about? Come on out to the Cultural Center Theatre next Tuesday, Jan. 9, to find out!
Not only an important part of staying healthy, exercise also benefits the brain. There are many neuro-protective benefits that happen when your body gets moving!
This season’s Lecture Series covers a wide variety of topics including mental health, the medical use of marijuana, emerging infectious diseases, and even how to fix those aging eyelids. There's something for everyone!
“It’s the Holidays ... I’m going to eat what I want, and when it’s over I’ll go back to normal.” Sound familiar? It’s fun until our stomach says it’s not so fun.
The long-term World Health Initiative brought new light to the subject of hormone replacement therapy. Bioidentical hormones are increasing in popularity as a result.
The peak of flu season begins in December and goes through February. It’s important to know how the flu can be transmitted and how it can affect adults and children differently.
The Medical Center welcomes new Visiting Specialist Dr. Deborah Longwill, a dermatologist who has served the South Florida community for more than 25 years and has spearheaded several advances in her field.
The United States Preventative Services Task Force has begun recommending annual CT lung cancer screenings for high-risk patients. The Medical Center offers these screenings.
When in doubt whether chest pain or dizziness is an emergency, it’s easy to become confused about what to do or who to call. It’s important to refrain from self-diagnosing or interpreting a potentially serious symptom by thinking, “I’ll just wait and see what happens.” Driving yourself or someone else to the Medical Center can waste precious treatment time and create a dangerous driving situation.
November is National Diabetes Month, and with it comes a wealth of statistics and news about cutting-edge technology for monitoring and treating the disease.
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