The town of Aptos is typically quieter than neighboring Santa Cruz, but last Tuesday that tranquility was broken by shouts of gratitude and applause for firefighters battling the CZU Lightning Complex fires – all organized by a Sutter employee.
People across the globe are mourning the death of actor Chadwick Boseman, who died from colon cancer at age 43. While a shock, Boseman’s death reflects a rise in colorectal cancer rates among younger adults. Dr. Michael Abel with Sutter’s CPMC weighs in on why screening and early detection help improve patient outcomes.
s10全球总决赛竞猜Learn how the enhanced curriculum in Human Behavior & Mental Health puts Sutter’s Family Medicine Residency Program on a fast-track toward health equity.
35,000 meals donated in first seven months of project SACRAMENTO, Calif. –In its first seven months, a pilot project involving 14 Sutter hospitals reduced food waste and fed the hungry by donating nearly 35,000 meals to 17 local nonprofits. The effort comes at a critical time as increasing numbers of people experience food insecurity due …
s10全球总决赛竞猜ANTIOCH, Calif. –Sutter Delta Medical Center, part of the not-for-profit Sutter Health integrated network of care, recently welcomed a new chief nurse executive, Kevin Streeter, MBA, RN. Streeter joins the hospital during a time of unprecedented challenge in healthcare across the country. “Kevin is an experienced nurse executive with a track record of improving patient …
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, may make it harder to fight off infections and may put you at an increased risk of COVID-19 complications. Eating healthy foods, exercising and knowing your blood pressure all play an important role in helping maintain or lower your blood pressure.
The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed many of us into housebound creatures, oftentimes moving less and eating more. In some ways, it’s created the perfect storm for developing high blood pressure or letting it get out of control. Healthy eating and exercise can help prevent and stave off high blood pressure. A cardiologist weighs in.
OAKLAND, Calif. –Wildfire season is suddenly upon us and thick smoke from multiple wildfires around Northern California, coupled with hot weather and the COVID-19 pandemic, has led to some confusion about masks: when to wear them and what type is best. Now Ronn Berrol, M.D., medical director for Alta Bates Summit Medical Center’s emergency department …
s10全球总决赛竞猜Wildfires burning across Northern California coupled with extreme heat and dryness has the air quality in the unhealthy range. All of this is sparking concerns for people with respiratory issues, especially those with COVID-19. A pulmonologist weighs in.
s10全球总决赛竞猜As the race to develop a safe and effective vaccine for COVID-19 continues, it may be difficult to understand the terminology used in news reports about the immune system and its response to viruses and vaccines. We’ve summarized some relevant information to help keep you updated on the latest COVID-19 vaccine research.