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Allergies in the Inland Empire

4/29/2018
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Common causes of allergies could be plants, pollen, trees, grass, mold, dust and pet and animal dander. Allergies can cause uncomfortable symptoms like itchy skin and eyes, nasal congestion, sneezing, rash, and wheezing. Sameer Gupta, MD, discusses allergies in the Inland Empire and how to identify triggers to help you control the symptoms of allergies.

Duration:00:12:39

Taking Control of Your Diabetes

4/17/2018
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as many as 29 million people in the United States have diabetes. If you are one of the many, you may have questions about how best to manage it, and how to live a healthier lifestyle. Karen Muchowski, MD, is here to share her expertise on how to live with and manage Diabetes, or possibly prevent it in the first place.

Duration:00:11:16

Feeling Tired All the Time? It Might Be Sleep Apnea

4/8/2018
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If you often feel drowsy or have impaired work or school performance, you may have sleep apnea. Untreated obstructive sleep apnea can lead to serious issues like heart attacks, strokes, diabetes and many other medical problems. Matthew E. Leach, MD, is here to let you know that if you are having trouble getting restful sleep, Temecula Valley Hospital can help.

Duration:00:14:50

Sufre de dolor debido a la Estenosis Espinal?(en Español)

2/11/2018
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Estenosis Espinal, también conocida como contracción de columna, es cuando los espacios en su columna se contraen y ponen presión en sus nervios. La Estenosis Espinal típicamente ocurre en su cuello y espalda baja. Aunque usted no experimente ningún síntoma, algunos de los más comunes incluyen dolor, debilidad en los músculos, adormecimiento, descontrol en la vejiga y movimiento intestinal. Nuestras metas en los tratamientos son el reducir el dolor y ayudarlo a regresar a una vida activa y...

Duration:00:13:13

A National Crisis: The Opioid Addiction Epidemic

2/6/2018
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According to The National Institute on Drug Abuse, every day more than 115 Americans die after overdosing on opioids. The addiction to opioids is a serious national crisis that affects many areas of public health. In this very important podcast, Dr.Kyle Vincent joins the show to discuss the opioid epidemic and the treatment options if you or a loved one has an addiction to opioids.

Duration:00:14:13

Tips to Get Your Family to Eat Healthy

1/22/2018
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Nutrition plays an important role in patient care and recovery. My Plate was developed by the USDA in 2011 as an update from the Food Pyramid to help guide Americans toward healthy eating by using an illustration of a plate. In this podcast Jennifer Lyman, RDN, from Temecula Valley Hospital, provides helpful tips to help your family eat right.

Duration:00:13:20

Do You Suffer from Pain Due to Spinal Stenosis?

12/20/2017
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Spinal stenosis, also known as spine narrowing is when the spaces between your spine constrict and put pressure on your nerves. Spinal stenosis typically occurs in your neck and low back. Even though you may not experience any symptoms, some of the most common include pain, muscle weakness, numbness, and impaired bladder and bowel movements. Our treatments goals are to reduce pain and help you return to a pain free, active lifestyle. Here to discuss how spinal stenosis is diagnosed, and...

Duration:00:14:13

Important Signs Your Thyroid May Not Be Working Well

10/23/2017
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The hormones the thyroid gland produces greatly influences almost all of the metabolic processes in your body. As a result, thyroid disorders can be varied and can range from nodules to hypothyroidism to life threatening cancer. In this segment, Dr. Matthew Leach discusses thyroid disease, nodules and what treatment options are available at Temecula Valley Hospital.

Duration:00:12:09

Nephrology 101: Kidney Disease

10/16/2017
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According to the CDC, as many as 30 million people are estimated to have chronic kidney disease. Here to speak with us about kidney disease and the steps you can take to protect your kidneys is Dr. Eric Yan. He is a Nephrologist with Nephrology Associates Medical Group, and a member of the Medical Staff at Temecula Valley Hospital.

Duration:00:12:12

Temecula Valley Hospital’s First Floor Expansion Project

9/24/2017
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Temecula Valley Hospital is excited to announce it broke ground in April for the hospital's first floor expansion project. A 28,000 square foot addition to the first floor on the east side of the hospital will allow the hospital to expand its cardiovascular, stroke and surgical services. The project will enable the hospital to advance its capabilities of these services to better meet the needs of the community. Here to tell us about this exciting expansion project is Dr. Darlene Wetton,...

Duration:00:05:24

Having Trouble Sleeping? Temecula Can Help

2/20/2017
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A good nights sleep is vital to your everyday health. Sleep apnea, which is defined as a reduction or cessation of breathing during sleep, is a major cause of sleep deprivation. If left untreated, sleep apnea can affect your thinking, work and school performance and even your weight. Listen as Talha Memon, MD discusses sleep disorders and the importance of getting a good nights sleep to help you stay healthy.

Duration:00:10:20

Do You Suffer from Peripheral Vascular Disease?

12/27/2016
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According to the National Institutes of Health, one in every 20 Americans over the age of 50 has P.A.D., a condition that raises the risk for heart attack and stroke. Listen in as Niraj Parekh, MD, a cardiologist and member of the Medical Staff at Temecula Valley Hospital, discusses Peripheral vascular disease and the treatments available at Temecula Valley Cardiology Medical Group.

Duration:00:09:42

Living With Atrial Fibrillation

12/20/2016
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), atrial fibrillation, often called AFib, is the most common type of heart arrhythmia. An estimated six million people in the United States have AFib. With the aging of the U.S. population, this number is expected to increase. There are many treatment options that can help treat and monitor AFib. They may involve medications, procedures or both. Listen in as Nader Nashaat Attia, D.O, cardiologist and member of the Medical...

Duration:00:10:58

Allergic Rhinitis & Allergy Testing

10/10/2016
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If you sneeze a lot, if your nose is often runny or stuffy, or if your eyes, mouth or skin often feel itchy, you may have allergic rhinitis. According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology this is a condition that can affect up to 40 to 60 million Americans nationwide. People with allergic rhinitis generally experience symptoms after breathing in an allergy-causing substance such as pollen or dust. In the fall, a common allergen is ragweed. In the spring, the most common...

Duration:00:08:56

Managing Your Diabetes

4/6/2016
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Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. Type 2 diabetes accounts for 90-95% of all diagnosed cases of diabetes among adults. Unhealthy weight and physical inactivity, also significant national health problems, are both contributing factors to the rising incidence of type 2 diabetes. If you have diabetes, screening for early diagnosis is essential. The earlier that you diagnose diabetes, the better chance you can decrease the risk of developing diabetes...

Duration:00:12:55

Cardiovascular Disease: To Stent or Not to Stent

1/11/2016
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Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. The American Heart Association estimates that more than 71 million Americans — one in five people — have one or more types of cardiovascular disease, including high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, congenital cardiovascular defects and congestive heart failure. It is very important to take care of yourself if you've been diagnosed with any type of heart disease. Even though you may have heart disease, you...

Duration:00:11:31

Esophageal Cancer Prevention

1/4/2016
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Esophageal cancer is a cancer that occurs in the esophagus and can occur anywhere along the esophagus. Smoking, heavy alcohol use, and Barrett esophagus can increase your risk of developing esophageal cancer. Some signs and symptoms of esophageal cancer can be weight loss and painful or difficult swallowing. Listen in as Indraneel Chakrabarty, MD, known throughout the region for his care in advanced and interventional gastroenterology, discusses esophageal cancer and how you might...

Duration:00:08:58

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