HEALTH
Understanding the Causes and Treatment of Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer is known as the deadliest gynecologic cancer in the United States. The fact that symptoms aren’t usually detected or diagnosed until the disease has reached advanced stages make the illness more deadly. According to the American Cancer Society, 22,240 women in the United…

HPV Vaccination Provides Best Protection Against Cervical Cancer

Studies show the vaccination rate against the human papillomavirus (HPV) still lags across the U.S., and that is troubling news given that…

Childhood Obesity is a National Epidemic

Childhood obesity has become a national epidemic, with nearly one in three children in America considered overweight or obese. Kaiser Permanente wants parents to know…

Doc Talk: Top Five Questions about the Flu

Fall is here and that means the flu season is around the corner. Huntington Health Physician’s Stuart Miller, MD, recently shared the…

HRC Fertility in Pasadena Offers Treatment of Asherman’s Syndrome

HRC Fertility in Pasadena is offering treatment of what has been perceived as a rare kind of abnormality among women of childbearing age. In reality,…

New Year, No Bites: Mosquito Safety Tips for Winter 2020

By the time the holiday rain passes over Pasadena, it will be the new year. Start 2020 off right by mosquito-proofing your…

Consider Mindful Eating This Holiday Season Without Sacrificing Taste, Flavor and Enjoyment

With the holiday season now in full swing, for many of us, it’s a time of indulgence when it comes to food. As such, healthy…

Huntington Hospital Emergency Dept. Doctor: What Should You Do if You Get the Flu

Late last month, Los Angeles County health officials confirmed the first flu death of this year’s season for the County. Eleven others…

Exercise for Building Core Strength

Core strength is very important in maintaining a healthy, injury-free lifestyle especially if you take part in exercise programs or sports that will tax your…

High Blood Pressure is a ‘Silent Killer’ That Should Never be Ignored

May is National High Blood Pressure Month, and it’s important to understand this health condition, and know how to protect yourself from what’s often been called a “Silent Killer!” Also known as hypertension, high blood pressure typically has no signs or symptoms, making it that much more dangerous. Unless treated, however, the consequences to your health can be serious. “Getting one’s blood pressure checked regularly, maintaining a healthy weight, eating heart-healthy, low sodium food, exercising regularly and limiting alcohol consumption are lifestyle changes that can aid in the prevention of hypertension that can cause stroke, heart disease and other cardiovascular-related…

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