Monday, February 24, 2020

Ask the Doc from RWJ: Healthy mouth, healthy body

When you brush and floss your teeth and visit your dentist regularly, you’re not just maintaining your oral health. You’re also safeguarding your overall health
Vascular surgeon Dr. Christine Lotto

Harvard-trained vascular surgeon joins Capital Health Surgical Group

Dr. Christine Lotto, a board certified and fellowship trained general and vascular surgeon, has joined Capital Health Surgical Group

Stoneking: Stand up straight — the importance of good posture

A little physical therapy humor this month

Ask the Doc from RWJ: Make your quit resolution stick

Tobacco dependence is an addiction and it’s important to understand that quitting takes preparation and thought to ensure success

Capital Health first in the region to offer robotic-assisted Whipple procedure to treat pancreatic cancer

In September, Capital Health became the only hospital in Central New Jersey and the Greater Philadelphia region to offer robotic-assisted Whipple procedures to treat pancreatic cancer

Stoneking: Health advice from your local physical therapist

A little physical therapy humor this month

Gynecologic cancer specialist joins Capital Health Cancer Center

Dr. Joyce Varughese, a board certified, fellowship trained gynecologic oncologist, has joined Capital Health Surgical Group and is now part of the nationally accredited Capital Health Cancer Center, located at Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell

Stoneking: Avoiding problems with problem areas

Osteoarthritis or “wearing out” of the shoulder is a slow, progressive condition

Capital Health receives new quality-based accreditation from DNV GL

Organization says regional hospitals meet or exceed patient safety standards and Conditions of Participation set forth by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

RWJ University Hospital Hamilton partners with farms, community organizations to bring healthy food to Trenton

To combat to obesity epidemic in Mercer County, RWJUHH partnered with Snipes Farm, The Maker’s and Westminster Presbyterian Church to create the Farm to Family program