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10 ways to eat better for your heart health

10 ways to eat better for your heart health

Changing what you eat doesn't have to be difficult. You can start by adding a few servings of fruits or vegetables, eating more fish, and limiting sodium. Across the globe, people are making these small changes all the time and discovering that they don't have to be...

Living with diabetes and lowering your heart attack risk

Living with diabetes and lowering your heart attack risk

Do Diabetics have a higher risk of heart attack? If you have diabetes, you’re at increased risk for heart disease. But taking steps to manage your diabetes and reduce your risk of heart disease go hand in hand. By making a few changes in your daily routine—eating...

Best diabetes hospital

Best diabetes hospital

What is the best doctor to treat diabetes? Endocrinologists Endocrinologists are specialists in hormonal problems and know the glands that produce these hormones. These specialists are very suitable in treating diabetes as this disease is given by the pancreas' lack...

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COVID-19: Everything You Need to Know

Worried about COVID-19? We all are. Here is a no-nonsense guide to staying healthy. And wash your hands! Staying Healthy When You’re Away From Home Crowded airplanes, lack of sleep, and exposure to new germs your body doesn’t know how to fight can make it hard to stay...

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Wine Country doctors save lives, lose homes

Santa Rosa Memorial was the northernmost hospital to remain open in the midst of the North Bay fires Monday.
About 60 people arrived at Santa Rosa Memorial throughout Monday morning, including two burn patients in critical condition, 15 people with moderate injuries and 43 with minor injuries, Colleen Flynn, a spokeswoman for the St. Joseph Health group said.
Santa Rosa Memorial, Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa and Petaluma Valley Hospital remained open as of about 3 p.m. None of the medical centers had suffered any structural damage, officials said.
Santa Rosa Memorial also accepted evacuees from our neighboring hospitals — including six transfers from Kaiser Santa Rosa, which was evacuated and shut down, and six from Sutter Medical Center.
Petaluma Valley took in 28 patients, including several who needed to be evacuated from Sutter Medical Center, Kaiser Santa Rosa and senior living facilities in the area.
Flynn emphasized that those without injuries should seek help at shelters, not medical centers.
After evacuating Fountaingrove about 3 a.m., the family took shelter in Elizabeth Tito’s office, where their youngest child, 11, and pets remained Monday afternoon.
Krilich was one such doctor, who assumed his home was gone.
By late afternoon Monday, Santa Rosa Memorial had treated 160 people.

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