By Dr. Steven Huprich, PhD, Senior Warden
Months ago when I agreed to write this column, I never dreamed we would be in the situation we are now. Recently, CCC hosted a webinar on the Psychology of Pandemics (you may
By Renato G. Ramos, M.D.
Heart Disease is a timely but broad topic. We will cover as much of Coronary Artery Disease as we can. The death rate from cardiovascular disease (CVD) in middle age (45-64yrs) population is rising in
By Julie Braciszewski, Ph.D.
In the New Year we enter a transition and brief period of self-reflection. Reflections often turn into New Year’s resolutions, always made with the best of intentions. But, if we are honest with ourselves, we rarely
By Felix Rogers, DO
Years ago, a patient was telling me about her symptoms when her twin sister interrupted her: “would you stop telling the doctor that you have the flu? You only have the symptoms of the flu.” At
By Susan Varbedian Lucken, R.N., B.S.N.
Heart-to-Heart is a monthly offering of the Parish Health Ministry designed to help you care for your mind, body and spirit. This year, we are delighted to invite parishioners in the healthcare
What do Michael J. Fox, Alan Alda, Neil Diamond, Linda Ronstadt, Mu-hammad Ali and Janet Reno all have in common? If you guessed Parkin-son’s disease, you would be correct.
April is National Autism awareness month according to Healthline. Au-tism spectrum disorder or ASD is a developmental disability caused by differences in the brain. Scientists do not know yet exactly
March is National Kidney month according to Healthline. 30 million people or 15% of U.S. adults are estimated to have chronic kidney disease according to the CDC. 48% of those
February is American Heart month, so it is only appropriate that we discuss the topic of heart valve disease. In heart valve disease, one or more of the valves in
According to the Cleveland Clinic, about 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease. People of all ages and races can get thyroid disease. However, women are 5-8 times