Quick Snips: Health Awareness

Dr. James Warneke conducting outreach on behalf of the Skin Cancer Institute

Skin Cancer: Not Just a Summer Concern

Just because the days are shorter and it’s not as hot out doesn’t mean we shouldn’t still be taking measures to protect ourselves from exposure to the sun and its potential health consequences, such as melanoma and other types of skin cancers. Skin surgical oncologist Dr. James Warneke discusses why we should be concerned about skin cancer and how to prevent it.

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Coronavirus, How to Help Healthcare Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

4 Helpful Ways to Support Healthcare Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

By: Taylor S. Riall, MD, PhD, FACS | April 6, 2020

With the uncertainty COVID-19 brings, you may be wondering how you can give back and help prevent the pandemic from continuing to spread. Have you thought about helping a healthcare worker? Here's how.

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Modern bathroom with white tile and appliances - Bath Safety Month

From Mundane to Menacing: Practicing Bath Safety

By: Michael Ditillo, DO, FACS | January 29, 2020, By: Lourdes Castañón, MD, FACS | January 29, 2020

A daily staple of our lives, the bathroom seems mundane and unthreatening. But did you know it's the most dangerous room in the house for our more vulnerable populations, such as kids and older adults? In observance of Bath Safety Month, check out the potential hazards hiding in your bathroom and what you can do to keep your family safe.

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