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Surviving a ruptured aneurysm requires quick response, teamwork and precision.
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How knowing the heimlich maneuver and being in the right place at the right time changed two lives forever.
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One in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. And for most women, the diagnosis will be a complete shock. Here, Dr. Patricia Sacks, medical director of the Vasek & the Anna ...
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As the exterior starts to take shape on the new Tower at Torrance Memorial Medical Center, it’s a great time to see the inner workings of what goes on “under the skin” of the ...
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The time it takes to get treated at emergency rooms in the United States is on the rise, but Torrance Memorial is trying a new method to reduce the wait. This past June, a team of physicians, nurses ...
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Goal Attained Merrill Moses is a two-time Olympian on the U.S. men’s water polo team.As goalie, he stifled opponents’ scoring to help his team return from Beijing with a silver medal in ...
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Feeling stressed? Here is a simple relaxation technique, provided by Lisa Cavallaro, PsyD, a licensed clinical psychologist who runs the CHANGE (Cardiovascular Health Achieved through Nutrition, ...
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Tips for walking, biking, driving and skating. Every time you drive a car, ride your bike or walk outside, you’re exposed to traffic. It’s part of our daily lives. It’s no surprise ...
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During the Holiday season, it’s easy to indulge in an abundance of decadent, not-so-healthy fare. While there is nothing wrong with the occasional treat, it’s important to feed your body ...
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Fresh air, exercise and a little bit of nature and healthful food—sometimes that is just what the doctor ordered. And what better place to find all of these things than at the newly planted ...
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For One Photographer, Artist And Breast Cancer Survivor, Creativity Speeds Healing February 13, 2002 at Torrance Memo­rial was one of Julie Crow’s brightest days. She was there for a ...
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Tim Lesser, MD, Shelby Morrisroe, MD, Fikret Atamdede, MD, H. Elena Rodriguez, MD, and Ramin Mirhashemi, MD. Not pictured: Garrett Matsunaga, MD. Torrance Memorial Surgeons Give Insight Into Robotic ...
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Youth sports leagues offer a space for children to stay fit and active while also gaining important life skills such as working with a team and building relationships with others. Here in the South ...
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As the affordable Care Act slowly comes into effect, new Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) are being formed for Medicare patients who have traditional Medicare coverage. Torrance Memorial Medical ...
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Through its ADVANTAGE Program (free member­ship for adults 50 years and older), Torrance Memorial Medical Center offers a variety of programs for seniors aimed at improving wellness. Among the ...
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Symptoms that coaching staff or parents should look for: Appears dazed or stunned Is confused about assignment or position Forgets an instruction or play Is unsure of score or opponent Moves clumsily ...
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For One Photographer, Artist And Breast Cancer Survivor, Creativity Speeds Healing February 13, 2002 at Torrance Memo­rial was one of Julie Crow’s brightest days. She was there for a ...
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In a community tradition that’s spanned nearly three decades, South Bay residents will come out to kick off the holiday season when Torrance Memorial Medical Center hosts the 29th annual Holiday ...
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Learn about the physicians who serve as your eyes and ears during a hospital stay.
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In the past decade, Torrance Memorial has seen phenomenal improvements in high-definition imaging. This means greatly improved care and less invasive procedures for patients.
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Take children to the farmers market and engage them in simple recipes to get them excited about the process.
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Woman to Woman is an image-enhancement program that helps women experiencing hair loss and other appearance changes from illness or its treatment.
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The American Diabetes Association estimates that 2 million children, that's one out of every six, has prediabetes- a collection of risk factors that can lead to the chronic illness.
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Torrance Memorial Medical Center staff participated in Torrance's annual Relay for Life.
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The spirit behind Torrance Memorial.
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