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La diabetes gestacional es un tipo de diabetes que puede desarrollarse durante el embarazo en mujeres que no sufrían de diabetes anteriormente. Según los CDC, cada año, del 2% al 10% de los embarazos en los Estados Unidos se ven afectados por la diabetes gestacional. Escuche a Rosa Rojo, Especialista Certificada en el Cuidado y Educación de la Diab…
 
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a disease that causes breathing-related issue and roughly 16 million Americans suffer from it. Living with it is difficult, but not impossible. Listen as Dr. Michael Alvarez, board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonary diseases, and critical care medicine at BayCare, discusses tips on how to live …
 
Cada 40 segundos en los EE. UU. alguien tiene un derrame cerebral, según las CDC. Las posibilidades de sobrevivencia son mayores cuando el tratamiento de emergencia empieza rápidamente. Escuche mientras el Dr. Juan Gallego nos guía a través de las señales y síntomas para que pueda actuar de prisa si está teniendo un derrame cerebral.…
 
If you're considering weight loss surgery, you probably have a lot of questions. Dr. Kevin Huguet, medical director for the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Center at St. Anthony's Hospital and Gretchen Miller, bariatric program manager at St. Anthony's Hospital discuss how to know if weight loss surgery is right for you, common myths about surgery,…
 
Aortic stenosis is one of the most common and serious valve disease problems. Listen as Dr. Joshua Rovin, a cardiovascular surgeon and director of the Center for Advanced Valve and Structural Heart Care at Morton Plant Hospital, discusses the main symptoms, causes and progression of aortic stenosis.저자 BayCare Health System
 
Everyone experiences stressful life events occasionally, but when several events occur within a relatively short period of time, that stress could be building up and causing more serious issues for your overall health. Tracy Daniels, a behavioral health educator, and master level practitioner, discusses what cumulative stress is, the pathways that …
 
Inflammation is linked to various diseases and disorders and many of us have chronic inflammation from the foods we eat. Listen as Anjie Giuffrida, a registered dietitian nutritionist with BayCare, discusses foods that help fight inflammation and how to focus on what we eat to nourish our bodies and promote optimal health and wellness.…
 
The Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) define transitions of care as the movement of a patient from one setting of care to another. Listen as Dr. Mary Lomberk, a transitions of care clinical pharmacist with BayCare, discusses what transitions of care means, useful questions to ask your doctor before you leave the hospital, who helps yo…
 
Many people are uncomfortable with the unknown, specifically when that unknown is a health screening or medical procedure. There are options when it comes to colon cancer screening and the best screening test is the one that gets done. Listen as Dr. Brian Matier discusses one of the more common screenings, a colonoscopy. Learn what you need to know…
 
Hunger remains a great problem in our society and food insecurity can have a far-reaching impact on those in need. Listen as Matt Spence, Chief Programs Officer for Feeding Tampa Bay, Lisa Bell, Director of Community Benefit at BayCare and Colleen Walters, Vice President of Mission and Ethics at BayCare discuss what food insecurity is, how it can a…
 
Research shows that LGBTQ+ people are more likely to have problems with body image and to be overweight or obese compared to heterosexual people. Christopher Aguilar, an APRN with BayCare Medical Group discusses the importance of a healthy balance of diet and exercise and how to approach open conversations with your physician.…
 
Relief is a common emotion that is associated with finishing a cancer treatment, but what about the other wide range of emotions that you or a loved one may experience during this time? Jessica Kilgore, a licensed mental health counselor with BayCare discusses life after cancer and how to manage the varied emotions, positive and negative, that you …
 
Cardio Cerebral Resuscitation (CCR) and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) are two important life-saving skills everyone can learn. CCR, better known as Hands-Only CPR, is becoming more common in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Listen as Dr. Juan Gallego, the Medical Director and Emergency Department Chief at BayCare's St. Joseph's Hospital, discu…
 
¿Ha estado esperando recibir una vacuna conta el COVID-19? Ahora tiene un motivador más: variantes. Algunas nuevas variantes de COVID están resultando más contagiosas que sus predecesoras, lo que ha provocado una nueva ola de infecciones en Florida y en el país. La Dra. Linda Salva, doctora en medicina interna, brinda información sobre las variante…
 
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