National Women’s Health Week and Osteoporosis Month remind women that exercise and a healthy diet can help prevent many diseases, such as the leading cause for death in women – cancer. Dr. Gentile discusses disease-prevention services offered to women, including exams and screenings, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle through preventative measures.
May is National Stroke Awareness Month and TGMC is dedicated to raising awareness of stroke warning signs, teaching preventative tips and providing the best quality of care to treat patients. In this segment of To Your Heath, TGMC emergency department physician Dr. Owen Grossman, shares valuable information on stroke prevention and treatment. .
Each year there are more new cases of skin cancer than breast, prostate, lung and colon cancer combined. In recognition of Skin Cancer Awareness month, Medical Oncologist and Hematologist, Dr. Naveed Khan, discusses ways to detect and how to reduce your risk for this avoidable condition.
The Foundation for TGMC is hosting the inaugural Grill Fest at Outside and In in Houma. Find out how you can get involved for a great cause on this episode of To Your Health.
The annual Fakier Open benefiting Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC is gearing up for another big year. Find out how you can get involved in the area's only porfessional golf tournament.
Over 123,000 people are waiting for a life-saving organ in the United States. One person has the ability to save many lives by becoming a registered organ donor. In this episode of To Your Health, find out the impact organ donation can have and how you can get involved.
Nutrition is a large part of your health and fitness level. Find out what foods can keep you going strong as we celebrate National Nutrition Month on this episode of To Your Health.
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