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  • Scripps in the News

    Help is Available for Pelvic Floor Disorders

    Following the birth of a child, it’s common to hear women talk about trying to lose the “baby weight” and get their bodies back into shape. What many women don’t talk about are problems that can develop as a result of giving birth, such as incontinence, bladder issues and pelvic pain. These and ...

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    Eric Topol Tops List of Genome Scientists on Twitter

    Looking for genomics experts to follow on Twitter? You might start with Scripps Health Chief Academic Officer Eric Topol, MD, according to Next Gen Seek. The blog this week posted its latest annual list of top DNA scientists who are active on the popular social network. Dr. Topol, who tweets from ...

    • Thursday, November 7th, 2013
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    Scripps Digital Medicine Director Details Research Efforts

    Scripps Health Digital Medicine Director Steven Steinhubl, MD, recently discussed efforts at the Scripps Translational Science Institute to study innovative wireless health devices and apps with Becker’s Hospital Review. “Mobile technology allows care to be more personalized and allows ...

    • Thursday, November 7th, 2013
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    Scripps Physicians Make Case for Mobile Health in JAMA Article

    Wireless technology has the potential to transform health care by improving patient outcomes and lowering costs, but the path to that future remains uncertain, wrote three Scripps Clinic physicians in guest column in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). “There is substantial ...

    • Thursday, October 24th, 2013
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    Generational Training: What's In It for Boomers?

    Employers across the country are increasingly offering generational awareness training programs to help cool tensions among the cohorts and let each group better understand the others. In this recent article from PBS’s website for the 50+ crowd, nextavenue, Scripps trainer Juergen Deutzer ...

    • Friday, October 18th, 2013
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    Staffing the Hospital of Tomorrow

    More than 87 percent of healthcare leaders responding to a recent U.S. News survey said they planned to reduce reliance on independent physicians in favor of a staff model. But the challenges of such a staffing shift are not insignificant. Meanwhile, shortages of skilled healthcare workers are a ...

    • Thursday, October 17th, 2013
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    Offering Help to Family Caregivers

    Family members caring for an ill, disabled or elderly loved one can face a unique set of challenges. In a recent UT San Diego article, Scripps Health licensed clinical social worker Tom Friedman shares insights to help caregivers deal with the stress and pressure that can come with this ...

    • Tuesday, October 15th, 2013
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    Olympian's Stem Cell Donation Honors Former Student

    Two-time Olympic gold medal swimmer Brad Schumacher signed up to be a blood stem cell donor four years ago following the death of his 9-year-old swim student Evan Cousineau. And when the call came to make good on that promise, Schumacher went to Scripps Green Hospital. Fox 5 was there this week when ...

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    The Facts About Migraines

    Emily Rubenstein Engel , associate director of the Dalessio Headache Center at Scripps Clinic , shares her insight on the diagnosis and treatment of migraine in an informative story with the UT San Diego. In her interview, Dr. Engel discussed the latest options for eliminating migraine pain and when ...

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    Proton Therapy for Breast Cancer Care

    More than 230,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013. San Diego will soon have access to its first proton therapy center, which will be just the third west of the Rockies. The center’s medical director, Carl Rossi, M.D., explains the benefits of proton therapy ...