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Health and Wellness | March 18, 2020

Talking to Kids About Coronavirus

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Be calm and reassuring when addressing questions about COVID-19 with your child. Teach them how to reduce spreading of germs.
Health and Wellness | March 18, 2020

Are Pets Affected By Coronavirus?

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There is no evidence that pets can get COVID-19 or transmit it; still practice good hygiene and include your pets in any family emergency planning.
Scripps in the News | March 17, 2020

A Look at Colorectal Cancer Prevention Tips on KUSI TV

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Find out important tips about colorectal cancer awareness month. Learn about screening options and more from a Scripps MD Anderson doctor.
Health and Wellness | March 17, 2020

How Do You Get Shingles? Who’s at Risk? (podcast)

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If you've ever had chickenpox, you're at risk of shingles, an itchy and painful condition. Learn the causes and treatments.
News Releases | March 13, 2020

Scripps Health Launches Nurse Line Dedicated to COVID-19

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Scripps Health has launched a COVID-19 nurse line to connect patients to nurses who are screening people with coronavirus symptoms.
Health and Wellness | March 12, 2020

Hot Flashes and Night Sweats: Managing Menopause Symptoms

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Menopause symptoms can be unpredictable. Scripps physician, Gay Walker discusses options including hormone replacement therapy.
Health and Wellness | March 11, 2020

How to Get Your Child to Poop Regularly

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Potty training can be challenging when your toddler is reluctant to go. Follow our tips to help your child go regularly.
Health and Wellness | March 11, 2020

Do I Need a TB Test? What Happens If I Test Positive for TB?

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A positive TB test does not necessarily mean you have tuberculosis. More testing is needed to see if it's latent or active TB.
News Releases | March 10, 2020

Scripps Caring for COVID-19 Patient

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Scripps Health was notified by San Diego County that a patient at Scripps Green Hospital has tested presumptive positive for COVID-19.
Health and Wellness | March 10, 2020

What Is Shingles? (video)

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If you had chickenpox before, you may develop shingles later in life. Learn how to treat this itchy, sometimes painful condition.