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.
The Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center treats 20 percent of all cancer... read more...
Breast cancer is the most common non-skin malignancy among women in the United States, second only to lung cancer as a cause of cancer-related death. In 2006, approximately 212,920 women in the United States were expected to be diagnosed with... read more...
WHEN MICHAEL AND STEPHANIE LANDES WERE EACH DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER, FAMILY AND FRIENDS — AND EISENHOWER — HELPED THEM TRIUMPH
Not a disease typically associated with youth, cancer is always a shocking diagnosis, and more unusual in younger people.... read more...
Tasty food is one of the great pleasures of life and it
isn’t necessarily incompatible with good health. With
a little imagination and creativity we can modify our
favorite dishes while still retaining the flavor and texture.
Here are some ideas... read more...
It is my great pleasure to introduce the new Healthy Living magazine. After a recent reader survey, Healthy Living emerges with a fresh new design to inform, inspire and educate our readers in our quarterly publication. One of our brand new... read more...
Fresh air, full strides and good health are all reason enough to get outdoors and begin walking. One of the easiest, low-maintenance ways to exercise, walking is something you can do alone or with friends; you can begin slow and gradually increase... read more...
The Leo and Gloria Rosen Infusion Center at Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center brings a deep caring and humanity, coupled with the highest standards of excellence, to each and every patient.
It’s like you’re a part of a family. They all know you... read more...
He laughs easily, smiles often and
holds up a family photo while
sharing stories about his wife
Krisann and three boys. Describing himself
as part of a typical immigrant Greek family,
he exudes the basic principles of his life:
church,... read more...
The foot is a complex structure consisting of 26 bones, 33 joints, more than 100 muscles, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels, nerves, skin and soft tissue that work together to provide our bodies with support, balance and mobility. The average person... read more...
Does alcohol mix with your holiday plan? For people with diabetes, drinking alcohol is truly a balancing act. Recent research points to both health risks and health benefits, based on several factors.
One of the most important factors in... read more...
In July of this year, two more
medications for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease (PD) became available.
Rasagiline, known by the trade name Azilect®, and a new formulation
of selegiline, called Zelapar®
arrived in pharmacies.... read more...
Once upon a time, there was a sleepy little
town called Temecula, a blink’s worth of
gas stations and a diner or two. But at
some point in the 1980s, people started noticing
Temecula’s wide open spaces and affordability, and
it grew by... read more...
In the early 1980s, after volunteering for a child therapy group that held meetings at various local churches, Barbara Sinatra became convinced of the need for a permanent center to provide services for the victims of child abuse. In 1986, Barbara... read more...
Words,” said Rudyard Kipling, “are,
of course, the most powerful
drug used by mankind.” Few
people understood and capitalized on that
sentiment more successfully than the late
Honorable Walter H. Annenberg, namesake
of the Annenberg... read more...
On July 7, Eisenhower Medical Center’s Armen Khachatryan, MD, performed the first cervical (neck) artificial disc surgery in the Coachella Valley. Dr. Khachatryan and Eisenhower’s David Tahernia, MD, Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeons and... read more...
On Monday, September 11, 2006, a large crowd gathered near
the entrance to Eisenhower Medical Center to pay tribute to
those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. The
occasion included the raising of a 30-foot by 50-foot American flag on
... read more...
Eisenhower Medical Center Cardiologist
Charlie W. Shaeffer, Jr., MD, is the recipient
of the American Heart Association’s (AHA)
national 2006 Volunteer Advocate of the Year award.
The award recognizes Shaeffer’s two decades of service
to the... read more...
The Governing Board of the Eisenhower Medical Center Auxiliary hosts this lovely and elegant evening of holiday entertainment. The Caballeros, The Gay Men’s Chorus of Palm Springs, and the popular Tony Rose Orchestra will enchant and entertain.
... read more...
If there’s one thing we have in
abundance here in the valley, it’s
swimming pools. All shapes and
sizes, pools exemplify an activity of utter
relaxation, cool water and warm sun. Because
they are so readily available, pools are an
ideal way... read more...
Close your eyes and breathe deeply and slowly for one minute or more. Whether you do this once or several times a day, it will help you relax and regain your focus.
assets/news/story/CFHLImages/200611/wb-2.jpg Eat a piece of fresh fruit... read more...
Acupuncture is one of the oldest, most commonly used medical
procedures in the world. Originating in China more than 2,000 years
ago, it began its rise in popularity in the United States in the 1970s,
after a reporter from The New York Times... read more...