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How to Choose the Right Primary Care Physician

A primary care physician is the quarterback of your health care team
November 7, 2019

Philanthropy is a Family Affair

These three families have passed down their support for Scripps from generation to generation
November 4, 2019

Do You Need an Electrolyte Drink?

Your body needs electrolytes to function, but should they come from a sports drink?
October 29, 2019

Recipe for a Healthy Life

When pastry chef Melanie Petersen was diagnosed with breast cancer, she turned to Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center
October 24, 2019

Sharing Good Fortune

How a couple’s experiences shaped their philanthropy
August 21, 2019

A Family in Good Hands

Generations of Mickelsons, including pro golfer Phil, have a special connection to Scripps.
August 16, 2019

Why am I Constipated?

Get things moving in the right direction with these helpful tips.
August 13, 2019

The Healing Arts

The visual landscape in and around a hospital can support a patient’s recovery
July 31, 2019

The Surfing Surgeon

The waves taught this Scripps doctor a lesson in longevity
July 17, 2019

Rethink Your Ink

With lasers, a bad tattoo doesn’t have to last a lifetime
July 2, 2019

Special Care for the Smallest Patients

Sarah Kreutzer was only 32 weeks pregnant when her water broke, but thanks to her dedicated Scripps doctors, her twins were born healthy
June 21, 2019

Give Dad the Gift of Health

This Father’s Day, remind dad to take time for his health
June 18, 2019

The Diet Dilemma

An in-depth look at the 10 most Googled diets of last year
June 14, 2019

Is it a UTI or Something More Serious?

A Scripps urogynecologist explains UTIs and IC, two common conditions with similar symptoms
May 3, 2019

Screen Time and Your Health

Some screen time is unavoidable, but excessive use can lead to problems down the line
April 23, 2019

Long-term Allergy Relief is Here

Sublingual immunotherapy may put an end to seasonal allergies for good
April 22, 2019

The Secret to Better Sleep

When we get busy, sleep is the first thing to go. These tips can help you catch those much-needed zzzzs
April 8, 2019

How Bruce Bochy Beat Heart Arrhythmias

A-fib couldn’t keep the MLB manager out of the game
April 5, 2019

Let’s Celebrate Doctors’ Day

Say thanks to your Scripps doctor (or whole team!) with a donation in their name
April 3, 2019

Following In Her Father's Footsteps

Hiking and medicine go hand-in-hand for Scripps’ father-daughter doctor duo
March 29, 2019

Injury-proof Your Workout

Six tips to help you remain pain-free, head to toes
March 22, 2019

A Champion Jockey’s Race to Recovery

A debilitating spinal injury threatened Victor Espinoza’s career, but with the help of Scripps, he hopes to get back in the saddle
March 6, 2019

Pets Help Put Patients on the Mend

More than 60 pet therapy teams visit patients throughout the Scripps Health system
February 13, 2019

Nutrition: Plant Power

Five popular plant-based diets explained
February 7, 2019

Women's Health: Ages and Stages

Stay healthy for life with this helpful chart from Scripps
January 30, 2019

Scripps Doc Off the Clock

Carlos Quiros, MD, has rebuilt a 1965 Mustang from the ground up
January 17, 2019

Five Reasons to Not Skip Your Annual Physical

From catching problems early to keeping you accountable for your health, your annual physical can be more valuable than you think
January 10, 2019

Cheers to the New Year

How five San Diegans are making 2019 the best year yet
December 27, 2018

Grateful Patients Give Thanks

Scripps patients who want to honor the doctor or hospital that cared for them or a loved one have many options
December 18, 2018

Have a Happy, Healthy Holiday Season

Scripps tips to ease holiday stress, prevent heartburn, prep for travel and more
December 11, 2018

Gift of a Lifetime

A ceremony began Annabelle and Robert Villarreal’s life together, a surgery saved it
December 7, 2018

How Planned Gifts Help People Live Their Values

Charitable gift annuities and remainder trusts can be a great way to give back and see your good work in action
November 20, 2018

How Scripps is Helping Stop the Bleed

The national Stop the Bleed campaign stresses the importance of tourniquets
November 16, 2018

Scripps Doc Off the Clock

Physician Brian Kim, MD, moonlights as a champion figure skater
November 13, 2018

Strike a Pose

Five benefits of regular yoga
November 9, 2018

The Opioid Problem and the Scripps Solution

It’s no surprise some of these deadly addictions start in a hospitals or doctor’s office. Here’s what Scripps is doing to change that.
November 2, 2018

Women’s Health and Aging

Is it perimenopause or menopause? How to tell the difference and what you can do to alleviate the symptoms
October 30, 2018

Student Health: Let's Get Physical

Sports physicals can help kids gear up for the season—and a healthy life
October 26, 2018

All About the New Shingles Vaccine

It’s called Shingrix and it’s a good idea for anyone over 50, even if they’ve had a shingles vaccine before
October 23, 2018

Trusted Care: Your Guide to Finding the Best Doctors for Your Family

What to look for in a primary care provider, how to prep for your first visit, how to decipher your insurance plan, and more
October 19, 2018

Your Summer Travel Checklist

Everything you need to know to minimize health hazards abroad
July 25, 2018

Summer Fitness for the Whole Family

Get a dose of sunshine and fresh air with these easy activities
July 18, 2018

7 Popular Diet Myths Debunked

What you thought you knew may be what’s keeping you from your goals
July 11, 2018

Men’s Health 101

Prostate cancer screenings, colonoscopies, and how to prep for your annual checkup
June 27, 2018

How Can I Have Cancer? I Feel Great

How cancer taught San Diego’s COO Kris Michell how to slow down and appreciate what’s important in life
June 20, 2018

Making Miracles Happen in Mexico

The volunteers of Scripps’ Mercy Outreach Team have been changing lives in Mexico for more than three decades
May 23, 2018

Why I Give: A Conversation with Darlene Shiley

The local philanthropic legend on inspiration, impact, and her most recent gift to Scripps
May 16, 2018

Do You Have Superwoman Syndrome?

Striving for perfection and running yourself ragged often go hand in hand
May 9, 2018

Hypertension: How to Combat the Silent Killer

Revised guidelines mean nearly half of American adults now have high blood pressure
May 4, 2018

Smart Heart: Taking Cardiac Care to the Next Level

Champion speed skier Philippe May experienced a heart problem, but breakthrough technology and experienced specialists kept him going strong
April 26, 2018

100 Trillion Reasons to Trust Your Gut

Learn all about the microbiome, plus get your hands dirty by planting a superfood garden
April 19, 2018

Sitting for Hours at a Time Can Be Detrimental to Your Health

Recent research brings bad news for desk dwellers
April 12, 2018

Meet Padres Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman's Dream Team

Joint pain is no match for San Diego's top orthopedic surgeons
April 5, 2018
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