Beef Brisket and Vegetables

Beef Brisket and Vegetables

This succulent beef brisket is a one-pot, slow-cooker meal that you can prepare with no fuss. Substitute any of the veggies here with whatever you have on hand. If you are delivering a care package for grandparents, or anyone else who may be self-isolating, the brisket and veggies travel well.

Diabetic | Heart Healthy

Thursday, June 25, 2020
'Life Changing' Solution for Enlarged Prostate

'Life Changing' Solution for Enlarged Prostate

Enlarged prostate is most common prostate problem among men over 50, and nearly 90% of those age 70 to 89 suffer related symptoms. For Sarasota Memorial patient Steve Kliff, those symptoms led to prolonged sleep deprivation and a drop in his quality of life. But Interventional Radiologist Justin Lee, MD, and a minimally invasive, outpatient procedure called PAE (prostate artery embolization) changed all that. 

Wednesday, June 24, 2020
COVID-19 Today: Q&A with Infectious Disease Expert

COVID-19 Today: Q&A with Infectious Disease Expert

Dr. Manuel Gordillo, who leads Sarasota Memorial’s infectious disease department, answers the latest reader questions about COVID-19 and how to navigate the risks in our "re-opened economy," and along with critical care pulmonologist Dr. Kirk Voelker, he discusses the spread of coronavirus in our community, proper mask wearing and ICU capacity concerns in this video blog. 

Monday, June 22, 2020
Cherry Tomato Bruschetta

Cherry Tomato Bruschetta

Juicy, fresh summer tomatoes are the highlight of this simple bruschetta recipe. You can pull it together just before ready to serve, or if you have the time, prepare the tomato mixture a few hours before to let the garlic infuse the tomato juices.

Diabetic |  Heart Healthy

Thursday, June 18, 2020
Alzheimer’s Disease: Plaque, Tangles & Prevention

Alzheimer’s Disease: Plaque, Tangles & Prevention

More than 5 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease, which kills more people in the U.S. than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. But what causes it and how can we reduce our risk of developing Alzheimer’s? Sarasota Memorial neurologist Alan Grindal, MD, offers his insights in this blog post.

Tuesday, June 16, 2020
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