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Summer 2007

  • Features

  • On the Horizon: Future Treatment Options for Type... - If you are one of the millions of Americans struggling with Type 2 diabetes, the most common form of the disease, the pharmaceutical industry is hard at work for you.... more
  • Deep Brain Stimulation - For some Parkinson’s patients who suffer significant side effects from medications or for whom medication management is no longer effective, deep brain stimulation is a... more
  • Georgia O'Keeffe Museum: Celebrating 10 Years - Eleven years after the death of American artist Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986), best-known for her large scale depictions of flowers, the Georgia O’Keeffe ... more
  • STRETCHING Your Limits - Incorporating exercise into your daily life is a healthy goal — as long as you treat your body right. Following a few important guidelines can protect your muscles from... more
  • John & Anne Marion: On Eisenhower, Art and the... - As a rancher, businesswoman and philanthropist, Anne Marion cherishes her West Texas roots, as both she and husband, John are committed to the western lifestyle ... more
  • Reza Nazemi, MD: MIND AND BODY AT WORK - Talk to neurologist Reza Nazemi, MD for a minute and you will know why this warm, approachable man is a hit with his patients. Spend just a few more moments ... more
  • In Sync: State-of-the-Art Cardiac Monitoring... - You have probably felt it before — that odd sensation or flutter when your heart gets out of rhythm. Usually, the feeling passes rather quickly, but for... more
  • Celebrating Life - His father’s death and a cancer diagnosis within moments of each other put Bert Holbrook to one of life’s ultimate tests, but with his wife Yvonne’s help, he is fighting... more
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery: Less is More - Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is quite simply changing the face of medicine. Long, open incisions, spreaders and retracting devices have been replaced with dime-size... more
  • Research: New Horizons at Eisenhower - Currently, there is a clear trend toward community-based research. In 1991, 80 percent of industry funds for clinical research were spent in academic settings. By 1998,... more
  • Our Body of Water - We really are a body of water, made up of at least 50 percent of the liquid. This major nutrient plays a vital role in our temperature control, fluid volume and many... more
  • One Vision and One Mission - Excellence - In the Summer 2007 issue of Healthy Living, our Physician’s Roundtable addresses the importance of moving forward in health care through medical research and clinical... more
  • Your Guide To Good Health - 5 THINGS you can do right now as part of your wellness routine 1. Hydrate Your Body. Water not only quenches your thirst, it also helps maintain healthy skin, relieve... more
  • Alternative Options for Health: Mindfulness-Based... - Certified Physician Assistant Beth Mulligan has been practicing Western medicine for 25 years. While training at Duke University, she developed a personal... more
  • Exercise for Life: Exercise on the Road - If you’re looking forward to your next vacation but dreading the upheaval of the exercise routine you’ve worked so hard to establish, take heart. There are... more
  • Red Carpet Roundup - An all-out western theme, a movie premier and an intimate concert by one of country music’s most celebrated duos made for an incredibly memorable evening as guests... more
  • Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center Recognized - Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center recently earned a full Three-Year Approval with Commendation from the American College of Surgeons (ACoS) Commission on... more
  • New XLIF Spinal Surgery Available - Eisenhower Medical Center is the first hospital in the Coachella Valley to offer XLIF®, an advanced minimally invasive spinal surgery originally developed in Brazil. The... more
  • Banner Year for Eisenhower Auxiliary - The good news was plentiful at the 38th annual meeting of the Eisenhower Medical Center Auxiliary held April 18. High on the list of successes for the year... more