Antibiotics, first used in the 1940s, are among the greatest advances in medicine, but they are not a cure-all. In some cases, it’s actually worse for your health to take an antibiotic than to let an illness run its course. So when should you take antibiotics?
The holidays are upon us! T'is the season for sharing time — and food — with family and friends! Try these easy, practical tips to ensure your holidays are healthy and happy.
For some diagnosed with early-stage lung cancer, surgical treatment is the first course of action. Learn about robotic-assisted, minimally invasive surgery options for treating lung cancer and other thoracic conditions in this Ask An Expert Q&A with Sarasota Memorial thoracic surgeon Paul Vesco, MD.
As parents, we’ll always worry when our kids are sick, especially if they have fever—and it can be really scary, if your sick child is an infant. But when should we worry? When should we call the pediatrician or head to an urgent care center?
COPD Program Coordinator Angela Anderson, RN, and COPD Breathe Strong Coordinator Dianne Lewis, MS, RRT, offer tips and techniques for breathing easier when you have COPD or another pulmonary disease.