Health Hub: Start The New Year On The Right Track!
The New Year is a time for change. Like most of us, you may feel there’s some room for improvement in your life – in your physical fitness, your relationships, or your work/life balance. What can you do to make 2020 the year you really feel whole? Dr. Melissa Morello, a family medicine physician in Winter Park, suggests starting with these four steps.
IF YOU’VE MET YOUR DEDUCTIBLE, MAKE THE APPOINTMENTS YOU’VE BEEN PUTTING OFF.
The end of the year is fast approaching, but don’t limit your To Do List to holiday preparations. If you’ve met your health care deductible, every day between now and December 31 is your chance for some last-minute, significantly less-expensive self-care. Think preventive screenings, elective surgeries and other procedures or tests you’ve been putting off.
Health Hub: Good Foods Can Reduce Diabetes Risk
Health Hub: Why Are Flu Shots Important?
Fall has arrived, and with it, the start of flu season. While you can get the flu at any time, cases typically rise in October and hit their peak around the holidays. Learn why it’s important to get your flu shot!
Robotic-Assisted Spine Surgery
Choosing The Right Pediatrician
Guys: Don’t Skip These Screenings
Endometriosis: Let’s Talk About It
Benefits Of Minimally Invasive Surgery
Colon Cancer. If you’re 45, it’s time to get screened.
Congenital Heart Problems Require Lifelong Care
Congenital heart disease (CHD) refers to a cardiac problem that exists from birth, and early diagnosis – often in the fetal stage – is very important. CHD covers a range of conditions including heart valve defects and cardiovascular abnormalities, and about eight out of 1,000 newborns have a form of it. What’s more, almost 30 percent of infant deaths from birth defects are due to CHD. When tests are positive for a fetal heart defect, pediatric heart surgeons stand by at birth to provide any needed medical help. And, thanks to recent advances in early diagnosis and treatment, many children can and do live healthy lives into adulthood. But CHD is a lifelong condition that requires regular monitoring. Access the full article here!