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The Washington Post interviewed Dr, Ghazala Sharieff, MD, MBA for tips on how family members can monitor loved ones who are hospitalized with COVID-19.
Allergist Ron Simon, MD, was recently interviewed about the extremely small risk of having an allergic reaction to one of the COVID-19 vaccines.
A Scripps OB-GYN discusses the causes, signs and treatments for cervical cancer and how it is largely preventable with the HPV vaccine.
A Scripps OB-GYN discusses symptoms of Policystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), which include acne, irregular menstrual cycle, excess hair.
After beating breast cancer, North County resident Carrie Steele is focused on helping other cancer patients. Learn more about her inspiring mindset.
Dr. Mark Shalauta, primary care and vaccine expert, discusses the COVID-19 vaccine, who needs it, safety and benefits of vaccination.
Parents have limited access to their children's medical records once they turn 12. Learn how Scripps applies these health privacy laws.
Cancer death rates continue to fall in the U.S. for the 27th straight year. Take an in-depth look at why as CBS News 8 interviews Thomas Buchholz, MD.
San Diego Union-Tribune columnist received COVID-19 care and thanks doctors, nurses and other staff and employees at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla.
Get info about the coronavirus vaccine from a source you can trust. Scripps explains how the vaccine works and how it will be distributed in San Diego.