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Posted: Jun 30, 2020

Tips for Sizzling, Sparkling & Socializing Safely this July 4

Written by SMH Digital Communications Specialist Ann Key

No matter what your plans may be for Fourth of July 2020, it’s doubtful a trip to the emergency room is on the agenda. Here are some simple tips to help you skip the ER and stay safe and healthy this holiday.

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Posted: Jun 26, 2020

Running On Empty? Refuel with Self Care

Written by SMH Clinical Counselor Elizabeth Bornstein

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, many of us are feeling overstimulated and overwhelmed, worn down and pulled in all directions. Here is a quick exercise you can do to relax and “refuel.” It takes only a few minutes, but the benefits are long-lasting, if you can do it regularly.

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Posted: Jun 24, 2020

'Life Changing' Solution for Enlarged Prostate

With SMH Interventional Radiologist Justin Lee, MD

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. 

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Posted: Jun 22, 2020

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

With SMH Drs. Manuel Gordillo & Kirk Voelker

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. 

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Posted: Jun 16, 2020

Alzheimer’s Disease: Plaque, Tangles & Prevention

Written by SMH Copywriter Phil Lederer

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.

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