Tagged Posts: "Cancer" (58)

Clearing the Air on Lung Cancer Detection and Treatment

Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana outpace the nation in new lung cancer cases and deaths - and many people may not show symptoms until it's in advanced stages. Learn how lung cancer is being caught earlier while it's most treatable. Read More

Posted November 17, 2023 | With Julian Guitron, MD; David Long, MD; and Brian Mannion, MD
The Lung Cancer Screening Saving Tristate Lives

Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana outpace national averages for both new lung cancer cases and deaths. Dr. Julian Guitron explains how a simple 10-second scan for current and former smokers is improving the odds for recovery and survival. Read More

Posted November 13, 2023 | With Julian Guitron, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians
All the Reasons to Quit Smoking

Smoking can hurt you and the people around you. Learn all the reasons to quit, and tools that can help. Read More

Posted November 02, 2023 | By Healthspirations Staff
Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Lung cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer deaths in Ohio and Kentucky. Learn how a quick, non-invasive screening can increase your odds for survival and other ways to keep your lungs healthy for years to come. Read More

Posted November 01, 2023
A “Breath-Giving” Procedure for COPD and Emphysema

Moderate to severe COPD and emphysema can literally take your breath away. For patients who increasingly rely on external oxygen, a minimally invasive procedure is opening airways and restoring their energy. Read More

Posted October 25, 2023 | With Vishal Jivan, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Pulmonary Medicine
Prostate Cancer: What Men (and Their Loved Ones) Need to Know

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men after skin cancer. Hear from our experts on a range of issues from screening, treatment, and the benefits of a second opinion. Read More

Posted October 13, 2023 | By Healthspirations Staff
Beyond the Mammogram: Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer

Regular mammograms are an extremely effective way to detect breast cancer at its earliest stages, but some women are getting a new look at their future breast health through genetic testing. Dr. Be Saito explains who may benefit. Read More

Posted October 09, 2023 | With Be T. Saito, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Surgical Oncology
Kegel Exercises: Are You Doing Them Correctly?

You might have heard about keeping up on Kegel exercises – but should you be adding them to your workout routine? Learn who could benefit from Kegels and how to know if you’re doing them correctly. Read More

Posted September 14, 2023 | With Hannah Hong, MD; Anne Stachowicz, MD; and Lauren Hill, OT
Ovarian Cancer: Catching a Silent Killer

Ovarian cancer is one of the most common gynecological cancers, but there’s still no preventive screening for early detection. But there may be signs, as well as genetic markers for an increased risk. Read More

Posted September 11, 2023 | With Amanda Jackson, MD from The Christ Hospital Physicians - Gynecologic Oncology
September Is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Spotting cancer early saves lives. During Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, our team wants to remind men about the importance of screening and ways for men to lower their prostate cancer risk. Read More

Posted September 01, 2023
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