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Saved by the Scan? It's Possible for Long-Term Smokers

And Make Plans to Come Out in Force for LUNG FORCE on Nov. 4 Quitting smoking may have been one of the hardest –and smartest –things you’ve ever done. But for many, even if that last ...
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We're Helping Hearts Here, There and Everywhere

Here's a look at just a few of the outstanding cardiology programs throughout St. Joseph Health. You depend on your heart to keep a steady beat. But sometimes hearts need help. That’s why ...
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How to Be a Super Parent and Stand Up to Cyber Bullies

Bullies have been around for ages. But with social media, they have a bigger playing field. For today’s children, cyber-bullying is a real threat that can have serious mental and physical health ...
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Sad Dads: New Fathers Can Get Postpartum Depression, Too

Here are the factors and signs of paternal postnatal depression. When people typically talk about postpartum depression, they mention the crippling anxiety and sadness, the mood swings, and difficulty ...
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No One Dies Alone

Trained volunteers provide peace and comfort for dying patients when no one else can be there She was in her 40s, dying of cancer with no family members who could be with her. The hospital team worked ...
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For Father and Son, Working Together is a Matter of the Heart

Cardiologist Aidan R. Raney, MD, still remembers the first procedure he performed at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian. “The first case is always a big one; this was a tough case in a new ...
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A Mom's Words of Wisdom for Parents of Twins

With the births of Alexander and Ella Clooney, proud parents George and Amal have joined an elite club as parents of twins. Gabriela Robles, St Joseph Health's vice president of community ...
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National Cancer Survivors Day: A Good Day to Remember There's Help, Health and Hope After Cancer Treatment

It’s National Cancer Survivors Day and the number of individuals and families celebrating life today keeps growing. In fact, the American Cancer Society estimates there are more than 15.5 ...
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Saving Hal: Training Our Teams for Top-Quality Stroke Treatment

When Hal, a 51-year-old, half-pack per day smoker, came to Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, California with garbled speech and sensation on just one side of his face, the emergency medical ...
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Mother's Day: Keeping the Women in Our Lives Heart Healthy (Video)

Did you know heart disease is the leading cause of death among women? To honor the women and moms in our lives, Annette Walker, president of strategy, Providence St. Joseph Health, chief executive, ...
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