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Scripps in the News | February 27, 2024

Newspaper Article Looks at New Treatment for AFib at Scripps

A San Diego Union-Tribune report highlighted a new treatment for atrial fibrillation. Read more about its exciting origins and benefits.
Health and Wellness | February 26, 2024

Weight Loss Drugs: Are They Right for You? (video/podcast)

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Are weight loss drugs safe and effective? Scripps weight-loss expert. Samantha Harris, MD, discusses the risks and benefits.
Scripps in the News | February 21, 2024

Cardio-Kidney-Metabolic Syndrome Getting New Attention from MDs

Scripps Clinic advanced heart failure specialist, J. Thomas Heywood, MD, discusses the ways Cardio-Kidney-Metabolic (CKM) syndrome is being redefined.
News Releases | February 20, 2024

Scripps Cardiologist First in County to Use Newly Approved Device Targeting Heart Cells to Treat Irregular Heartbeat

Learn how this new technology targets specific cells in the heart without damaging surrounding tissue and more about pulsed field ablation.
Health and Wellness | February 20, 2024

Is Male Menopause Real?

An older African-American man discussing symptoms of male menopause, which is another name for low-testosterone.
Can men get menopause? Not like women, but male menopause is a condition related to low testosterone and aging. Learn the symptoms.
Health and Wellness | February 15, 2024

What Does an Abnormal Mammogram Mean?

A health care professional goes over an abnormal mammogram with a patient.
An abnormal mammogram doesn’t mean you have breast cancer. More testing is needed to rule out or diagnose cancer and plan treatment.
Orthopedics | February 14, 2024

When Is Surgery the Right Choice for Chronic Back Pain? (video/podcast)

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A Scripps orthopedic surgeon explains minimally invasive spine surgery, how it provides faster recovery and relief from chronic back pain.
Health and Wellness | February 13, 2024

8 Things to Know About Colorectal Cancer Screenings

By age 45, you should have a talk with your doctor about colorectal cancer and when to do a screening. Learn the symptoms and treatments.
Health and Wellness | February 13, 2024

10 Things to Know About Atrial Fibrillation (AFib)

An EKG diagram of atrial fibrillation (AFib).
Atrial fibrillation is an irregular heart rhythm condition that can lead to stroke. Learn about the causes and treatments for AFib.
Health and Wellness | February 8, 2024

6 Acne Scar Treatment Options

A Scripps dermatologist explains how acne scars are caused and treatment options available, including medication, surgery and laser treatment.