SVHC's Weekly Health Update: April 15

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April 15, 2022
Medical Matters Weekly: Medical Anthropology
Medical Anthropologist and Professor Carolyn Smith-Morris, PhD, shared the fascinating field of medical anthropology and what it can reveal about our health on this week's Medical Matters Weekly.
Vaccines for Adults
Vaccines are not just for kids or just for COVID. Marie George, MD, FIDSA, shares the important reasons adults should check in with their provider for information about shots for vaccine-preventable diseases.
A Gentle C-Section
Small but important changes have made cesarean sections more comfortable than everOne Family's Story.
Navigating the Renovation
A series of pictures show every step from the patient parking lot to the hospital service you need.
What is Chronic Pain?
Radiologist Andrew Shedden, MD, and Anesthesiologist Joshua Tobe, MD, explain.
Medical Matters Weekly
Best Selling Author Richard Louv joins Trey Dobson, MD, to discuss the role of nature in our health and wellbeing.
The Heart Hike is On!
You are invited to join staff from SVMC Cardiology and Cardiac Rehabilitation for a fun, awareness-raising fitness event on May 14. Read More.
Avoiding Electronic-Use Injuries
For Occupational Therapy Month, Gabrielle Loomis, MSOT, OTR/L, shares the best tips. Read More.
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