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Environmental services workers at Scripps Mercy Hospital San Diego, whose job is sanitizing and cleaning, play an important role in response to COVID-19.
Testicular cancer is an uncommon cancer but when it strikes, it tends to affect younger men. Ramdev Konijeti, MD, a urologist, explains.
Patients may once again visit clinics in Escondido, Solana Beach and Santee, which had been closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Remote monitoring devices help patients manage irregular heartbeat conditions from home. Learn the different types of heart monitors.
Treatment options for osteoarthritis vary depending on symptoms and severity of joint disease, which is most common form of arthritis.
A local man's cancer treatment was put on hold due to coronavirus. Learn how Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center quickly re-established his care.
Venomous snakebites are rare but they do happen. Learn how to prevent such a problem and what to do in a snakebite emergency.
Rose Colangelo, RN, and her team work with the command teams at Scripps to align and share best practices, supplies and other critical resources.
The family of a coronavirus patient has made a donation to Scripps to show their appreciation for the caregivers who saved his life.
Testicular cancer is not common but does occur more often in young males. Treatment is most effective when there is early detection.