San Diego Health Magazine

Celebrating the healthy spirit of San Diego

Scripps family medicine doctor Sravanthi Tripuraneni and her father, radiation oncologist Prabhakar Tripuraneni, hike together at Torrey Pines State Reserve.

Prabhakar Tripuraneni, MD, and Sravanthi Tripuraneni, MD, Scripps Clinic. Learn more about this father-daughter duo’s love of medicine and hiking.

Celebrating the healthy spirit of San Diego

Welcome to San Diego Health. Whether your passion is surfing, running, hiking, cycling, yoga, walking the dog or enjoying a magnificent San Diego sunrise, we’re focused on you and your health. You’ll get health tips from our experts, learn about innovative care and discoveries that are changing the way health care is provided, and meet people like you whose lives have been changed thanks to the care they’ve received at Scripps. We hope you want to learn more, so take a look, download the magazine and watch for new issues four times a year. Enjoy your San Diego Health.

Current issue highlights

Jockey and Scripps patient, Victor Espinoza on the cover of the March issue of San Diego Health

Current issue highlights

Springtime in San Diego means beautiful weather, flowers blooming and beaches full of spring breakers. For many of us, spring can also cause sneezing, sniffling and watery eyes as part of allergy season. San Diego Health shares some recent advancements to help you breathe easy. We have a few easy workout tips to injury-proof your workout on your quest for a summer body, and a healthy Mediterranean salad recipe perfect for people at risk of heart disease or complications of diabetes. And learn the differences between a urinary tract infection and interstitial cystitis, causes and treatments of vertigo and advice on curbing screen time on electronic devices. We also have a checklist to see if you may be a candidate for BRCA testing. Plus, you meet a Scripps patient who honors his Scripps physicians on Doctor’s Day, and find out ways you can too. All this and more in this edition of Healthy Life.

Race to Recovery

Hall of Fame jockey Victor Espinoza stands next to a racehorse, grateful to be back on his feet after Scripps Health treated his severe spinal cord injury.

Race to Recovery

A debilitating spinal injury threated Triple Crown-winning jockey Victor Espinoza’s career. Learn how the trauma and rehabilitation care he received at Scripps is helping him return to the sport he loves.

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Beating Heart Arrhythmias

Bruce Bochy, former San Diego Padres manager, smiles and sits infront of memorabilia, grateful to be free from atrial fibrillation after treatment at Scripps.

Beating Heart Arrhythmias

Legendary Padres baseball manager Bruce Bochy trusts Scripps with his heart care. Bruce, now manager of the San Francisco Giants, has been successfully treated for atrial fibrillation, never missing a day in the dugout. Read the full story >

Secret to Better Sleep

A woman smiles and stretches as she awakens in bed, feeling refreshed and alert after a good night’s sleep.

Secret to Better Sleep

As we “spring forward,“ learn tips on falling asleep, staying asleep and improving your quality of sleep overall. Although an hour doesn’t sound like much, daylight saving time can seriously mess with sleep schedules. Read the full story >

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