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    A Veteran Doctor's Final Rounds

    After 53 years with Scripps Health, John Carson closed shop on his medical practice on Jan. 1, 2014. This beloved 86-year-old cardiologist leaves behind countless colleagues and patients; however, Dr. Carson will continue to maintain his display of medical artifacts in the lobby of Scripps Memorial ...

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    Migraine Triggers Vary, But Treatment Options Are More Effective Than Ever

    Scripps Clinic neurologist and Associate Director of the Dalessio Headache Center Dr. Emily Rubenstein Engel offers advice for migraine treatment in a series of interviews with ShareCare.com.

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    Studying the Healing Power of Meditation

    Does meditation improve heart health? How is wireless technology helping Scripps Health and researchers at its affiliated Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI) explore new ways to care for patients? Steven Steinhubl, MD, and director of digital medicine at Scripps, addressed these questions ...

    • Friday, December 27th, 2013
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    Green Hosts Healing Music for Holidays

    Classical musicians affiliated with a San Diego State University program have brought the healing power of their art to the bedsides of patients at Scripps Green Hospital this holiday season. Classical guitarist Soran Dalawi and the Neave Trio string ensemble were featured in a Christmas day article ...

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    Menopause: Change of Life Has Range of Symptoms, Treatments

    When it comes to menopause, one of the certainties is that it’s something all women, (except those few who’ve had their ovaries removed prepuberty), will experience. Scripps Health OB/GYN Malachi Quigley was recently interviewed by the San Diego U-T about what the majority of women can expect when ...

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    Is Your Heater Making You Sick?

    With the recent cold snap, many people are switching on their furnaces for the first time in months to keep warm. We all know some of the dust and debris that fills the vents when not in use can be a fire risk. But some of that stuff can actually make you sick. Most of us are turning up the ...

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    RNs Offer Diabetes Support to Underserved Through Project Dulce

    Project Dulce (dulce means sweet in Spanish) is a 16-year-old community-based program developed by Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute. It puts nurses in charge of helping more than 20,000 people with diabetes successfully manage their disease. Nurse.com recently profiled Lisa Rivard, RN, and ...

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    Top 10 Tips for Stress-Free Holidays

    The holidays are traditionally times of festive celebration and gatherings with family and friends. Yet they are also notorious for being one of the most stressful times of year. Moreover, it seems like the decorations, advertisements and crowds start earlier each year. Jerry Gold, Ph.D., ...

    • Monday, December 9th, 2013
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    Experts, Patients Say Therapy Pets Have Healing Effect

    Being around a dog can make people feel better. But therapy dogs that visit people in the hospital are not just helping patients feel better, they are helping patients get better. 10News recently visited with a Scripps cardiac patient to learn more about the positive effects that one special therapy ...

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    New York Times Features Scripps Proton Therapy Center in Sunday Review

    Advanced cancer care technology at the Scripps Proton Therapy Center was featured in a photo essay in the New York Times on Dec. 1, 2013. Renowned arts photographer Kim Steele captured a section of the beam transport system and one of the gantries at the new Scripps facility, which is expected to ...