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  • Spring 2014
    Native Foods - 03/05/2014 - Looking for a place to veg out? Native Foods in Palm Springs has fresh, delicious, plant-based dishes to please every palate — even meat lovers. “One thing that... more
  • Winter 2014
    The Eisenhower Center for Family Medicine - 01/01/2014 - If you would like the convenience of having one physician who can care for every member of your family, the Eisenhower Center for Family Medicine is just what the doctor... more
  • Fall 2013
    Joe Whittaker’s Life-Saving, Life-Renewing... - 11/01/2013 - Joe Whittaker is a man of many talents. A successful business man who hails from Alberta, Canada, he is kind and generous, recently establishing with his wife Darlene a... more
  • Spring 2013
    Portion Control - 03/01/2013 - The issues surrounding weight gain can be complex, but there are strategies for losing weight slowly and sensibly, with a long-term goal of ongoing weight management and... more
  • Winter 2013
    Five Things You Can Do Right Now As Part Of Your... - 01/01/2013 - 1. Plan a Homemade Pizza Party Invite some friends and ask everyone to bring a favorite topping and drink to share. Give awards for most creative and best tasting... more
  • Fall 2012
    5 Things - 11/01/2012 - you can do right now as part of your wellness routine:1. Listen to MozartPlay a favorite or new Mozart selection, close your eyes and really listen. It may change the... more
  • Spring 2012
    Premier Treatment and Full Spectrum Of Hip... - 03/01/2012 - For anyone struggling with chronic hip pain, the prospect of successful treatment is welcome news. Eisenhower Desert Orthopedic Center (EDOC) offers myriad options for... more
  • Winter 2012
    Putting Life In Your Eyes - 01/01/2012 - When Abraham Lincoln said, “It’s not the years in your life that count; it’s the life in your years,” he could have been talking about people who live with coronary... more
  • Fall 2011
    Artful Treasure - 11/01/2011 - The Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena is a magical way to spend a weekday or weekend afternoon. The museum’s manageable size gives you the opportunity to view such... more
  • Spring 2011
    Urgent Care - 03/01/2011 - You wake up on a Saturday morning with a painful sore throat and a fever, and don’t think you can wait until Monday to see your primary care physician. Or, perhaps you... more
  • Winter 2011
    Dance Yourself Fit - 12/01/2010 - If you are tired of the treadmill and looking for a way to spice up your workouts, consider dance as a way to improve health. According to one study presented by the... more
  • Fall 2010
    John Samples, MD - 09/01/2010 - When he is not at Eisenhower Medical Center or helping patients in his clinic in Rancho Mirage, Internal Medicine physician John Samples, MD and his wife Feona, a nurse,... more
  • Winter 2010
    Day Of Caring - 12/01/2009 - On Friday, February 5, 2010, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center will host Day of Caring. . . about Women and Cancer. This annual event... more
  • Summer 2010
    The Balloon Sinuplasty - 06/01/2010 - Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinus lining that can be caused by a bacterial, viral, or fungal infection, as well as by structural issues such as blockages of the... more
  • Spring 2010
    Dennis Frisman, MD - 03/01/2010 - Dr.Dennis Frisman was pursuing his medical degree at the University of California, San Diego, when life intervened.“I got infectious mononucleosis and was examined by an... more
  • Summer 2009
    Yoga - 07/01/2009 - Do you consider yourself a “traditionalist” when it comes to exercise, but find yourself more and more intrigued with yoga these days? You are not alone. Originating in... more
  • Fall 2009
    Third In The Nation-First In California - 09/01/2009 - In May, Eisenhower Medical Center earned the highest designated Chest Pain Center Accreditation by the Society of Chest Pain Centers (SCPC) and is the only accredited... more
  • Nov-Dec 2002
    Do You Know the Face of Arthritis? - 11/01/2002 - Arthritis is not an inevitable part of aging. It affects 43 million people — or one in six Americans — including children, teens and senior citizens alike. ... more
  • Winter 2009
    BOB HOPE CHRYSLER CLASSIC CELEBRATES 50TH... - 04/01/2009 - Golf legend Arnold Palmer, who won the very first Bob Hope Chrysler Classic in 1960, will host the 50th anniversary of the tournament January 19 through 25, 2009. The... more
  • Spring 2009
    In Bloom - 03/01/2009 - The more than 1,000,000 people visiting Joshua Tree National Park annually to discover its majestic beauty and enjoy the blooms of its many wildflowers have Minerva Hoyt... more
  • Spring 2008
    John Miller, PhD, MD: Renaissance Man - 03/01/2008 - For surgeon John Miller, PhD, MD, he finds his love of science, medicine and the creative arts makes for a nice life balance. “I think it is important for us to use our... more
  • Summer 2008
    Eisenhower — superDimension’s inReach - 11/04/2008 - In March, Eisenhower Medical Center became the only hospital in Southern California, and one of only three locations in California, to offer superDimension’s inReach™... more
  • Fall 2008
    From Basic Science to Human Research - 09/01/2008 - In April 2008, Eisenhower Medical Center was privileged to host one of the country’s top experts in diabetes as a speaker at the annual A Day of Hope for Diabetes®... more
  • Winter 2007
    Pilates: Mind Over Muscle - 01/01/2008 - While the term Pilates seems to have worked itself into public consciousness as fluidly as the movements for which it is known, it is hardly just another fitness... more
  • Fall 2007
    Celebrating the Condiment - 09/01/2007 - Flavorful, spirited, zesty—condiments can make even the most basic food seem dressed up. Whether a spread, powder or garnish, a condiment tends to improve the flavor of... more
  • Summer 2007
    Georgia O'Keeffe Museum: Celebrating 10 Years - 06/01/2007 - 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
  • Spring 2007
    President Gerald R. Ford - 03/01/2007 - The Eisenhower Medical Center family joined the nation in mourning Gerald R. Ford, 38th President of the United States, who died peacefully at his Rancho Mirage home on... more
  • Winter 2006
    The Clear Choice - 11/01/2006 - There is a reason that more people choose the Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center for all of their cancer care when facing the diagnosis — Cancer. It simply is the best.... more
  • Jul-Aug 2006
    Eisenhower Chest Pain Center Receives Full... - 07/01/2006 - Eisenhower Medical Center recently received full accreditation as a Chest Pain Center by the Society of Chest Pain Centers and is one of only three hospitals in... more
  • May-Jun 2006
    Carmelita Sese - 05/01/2006 - When Carmelita Sese came to the United States in 1985, she came looking for a better life than the one she left behind in the poor farming village tucked away in the... more
  • Mar-Apr 2006
    Third Annual Community Heart Conference - 03/01/2006 - It was a day of education — the THIRD ANNUAL COMMUNITY HEART CONFERENCE, Saturday, February 4, at the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower. A joint effort... more
  • Mar-Apr 2005
    President’s Message Mar-Apr 2005 - 03/01/2005 - What a surprise to a fit, active, 49-year-old man when he suffers a heart attack. David Chook, the subject of our fascinating cover story, is a health care professional... more
  • Jan-Feb 2006
    Expert Cardiac Care - 01/01/2006 - Eisenhower Smilow Heart Center was recently recognized as one of 28 California hospitals to provide expert cardiac care to its patients. As part of Blue Shield of... more
  • Nov-Dec 2005
    Chinese Medical Team Visits Eisenhower Medical... - 11/01/2005 - A team of esteemed medical doctors from China visited Eisenhower Medical Center July 22, while in the United States to attend a short-term training program in hospital... more
  • Sep-Oct 2005
    Gout – Not just an illness for the wealthy - 09/01/2005 - Gout was long considered the illness of the “wealthy,” since attacks of the disease were thought to occur after overindulging in rich food and drink. It is true that a... more
  • Jul-Aug 2005
    Medical Detective, Patient Advocate - Robert... - 07/01/2005 - Dr. Robert Waterbor characterizes his specialty – internal medicine – as a combination of psychology and good detective work. “You have to be able to diagnose whatever... more
  • May-Jun 2005
    Discovering What’s Right for You - 05/01/2005 - In Type 2 diabetes, blood sugar levels are high when the body is unable to produce enough insulin or respond to the action of insulin (insulin resistance). Most people... more
  • Sep-Oct 2004
    The New Informed Patient Teaming with the... - 09/10/2004 - There was a time, not that long ago, when a diagnosis and treatment plan given by the doctor was the final say in a patient’s awareness of their disease. No matter how... more
  • Jan-Feb 2005
    Parkinson’s Disease and Vision - 01/01/2005 - The typical symptoms of Parkinson’s disease are well known — tremor, stiffness, slowness of movement, and sometimes, a sense of imbalance while walking. Unfortunately,... more
  • Jul-Aug 2004
    The Bionic Golfer - 07/01/2004 - Four knee injuries from football and skiing didn’t keep sixtytwo- year-old J.R. (James Richard) Delich off the golf course. Yet, a year ago this scratch player and... more
  • Mar-Apr 2004
    Abnormal Sweating Among Parkinson’s Patients - 03/01/2004 - Although many of us think of Parkinson’s disease as a medical disorder that causes shaking of the limbs, stiffness and slowness of movement, it can also cause other... more
  • Jan-Feb 2004
    Osteoarthritis: The Most Common Form of Arthritis - 01/01/2004 - You hear a lot about arthritis on television, in newspaper flyers, and in health care magazine ads. But did you know that there are more than 100 different... more