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Total Wellness Torrance Post Acute Network has been recognized as a program of excellence. Read More
Record donation to Torrance Memorial to transform health care delivery in the South Bay Read More
Let Torrance Memorial outfit you with the proper equipment to help you survive a natural disaster. Read More
To support your relaxtation needs, Torrance Memorial’s Health & Healing Center here to help. Read More
Here are 10 ways the Main Tower will help you facilitate your wellness. Read More
One out of every 18 deaths is caused by stroke, the #4 killer of men and women in this country. The American Stroke Association says that on average, stroke occurs every 40 seconds, and someone dies ... Read More
We’ve all heard that stopping and taking a deep breath can help us through a stressful moment. But what if you could condition your body to read the signs that it’s time for relaxation? ... Read More
Torrance Memorial Medical Center is proud to offer exceptional breastfeeding support services for new moms that start well before a baby is born and continue long after mom and baby leave the ... Read More
At Torrance Memorial Medical Center, the Rapid Response Team (RRT) is comprised of expert clinicians available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to impart critical care knowledge and provide clinical ... Read More
When little kids are scarred to go to the doctor, they hide behind a closet door. When adults are scared to go to the doctor, they hide behind a smokescreen of excuses. Here are direct rebuttals for ... Read More
Many knee problems are preventable. Here are a few things you can do: Stretch Reduce tension on the tendon and ease pressure on the knee by stretching the quadriceps (muscles in front of the thigh) as ... Read More
Preparing for surgery can be a daunting task: you have to arrange for time off work, make sure someone is going to walk the dog and pick up the mail. But don't forget to tend to the biggest part ... Read More
Testicular cancer can blindside men at the peak of their health. Here's what you—or the man in you life—should know about the disease. Testicular cancer is the most common cancer among ... Read More
If you take good care of your back, you won't have to go through the rigors of rehab. Here are five ways to avoid back injuries in your everyday life: Stay fit and flexible. The back is often only ... Read More
If you, a friend or family member have ever experienced an overnight stay at Torrance Memorial, you’ve probably heard the acronyms ICU, PCU and TCU discussed among the medical staff and wondered ... Read More
A lot of us spend our time looking at the big picture. We worry about where our careers are heading; how our children will thrive at school; and how will we prepare financially for our family’s ... Read More
It’s important to know the cause, symptoms, what to do if stroke is suspected, and ways to protect against stroke. Read More
Torrance Memorial Medical Center recently became the first hospital in the South Bay to require its registered nurses and laborists in the Labor & Delivery and Mother Baby units to receive ... Read More
Torrance Memorial Medical Center is one of only 26 hospitals nationwide to receive the Gold Performance Achievement Award for 2012 from the National Cardiovascular Data Registry, as part of their ... Read More
If you show signs of heart problems—such as chest pain, shortness of breath or lightheadedness—your doctor may recommend one or more of these common tests. Read More
What is the benefit of a bereavement support group? The answer is simple, and yet multi-layered. Read More
Eric Milefchik, MD, a specialist in infectious disease and internal medicine, provides us with answers to some frequently asked questions about the flu and the flu shot. Read More
Torrance Memorial’s school-based nutrition education program, “Healthy Ever After,” recognized for providing outstanding community service to children and youth in our community. Read More
How much sleep is essential to achieve optimum performance levels? Read More
Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a three-step approach to fighting the flu: vaccination, everyday preventive actions, and the correct use of antiviral drugs if your doctor ... Read More
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