My family tree has a history of breast cancer. Am I at high risk?
Learn more about the factors that contribute to an individual’s risk for breast cancer including genetics, family history, lifestyle, and personal medical history.
Community Seminar: Living Better with a Serious Illness
Caring Circle medical director, Jason Beckrow, DO, discusses the advantages of quality of life services and the value they bring people with serious or advancing illness as well as their caregivers.
Check-up: Is it more than shortness of breath? (Albert Naveed, MD)
COPD symptoms can be managed with specialized care at Lakeland Pulmonology. Hear more from pulmonologist, Albert Naveed, MD.
Check-up: What do gallbladder issues look like?
General surgeon, James Clancy, MD, shares what gallbladder symptoms look like and how they are treated.
Check-Up: What is breast reconstruction?
Plastic surgeon, Nicole Phillips, MD, discusses how breast reconstruction can dramatically improve a woman’s appearance, self-confidence, and overall quality of life.
Check-up: Why do I get frequent nosebleeds?
Aaron Lanning, NP, with Lakeland Ear, Nose and Throat shares how allergies, dryer air, and close-quarter colds can affect inflammation in the nose, and cause blood vessels to rupture easier.
What is best for my ears? Hearing loss, amplification devices, and more
There are many common signs that can alert you of a hearing concern. If left untreated, it can have significant impact on your physical and mental health
Check-up: understanding hearing loss
Lakeland Ear, Nose & Throat otolaryngologist, Paul Judge, MD, explains steps you can take to persevere your hearing, common signs and ways to achieve to better hearing at any age.
Check-Up: Is breakfast the most important meal of the day?
Registered dietitian, Selena Diaz, RD, at the Lakeland Weight Loss Center explains why eating breakfast helps to wake your body up and shares some healthy meal ideas to start your morning off right.
Check-Up: Understanding Cochlear Implants
Lakeland Ear, Nose & Throat audiologist, Heidi Schmeltzer, AuD, CCC-A, discusses cochlear implants, a solution when hearing aids are no longer an option.
Is a mommy makeover right for me?
The mommy makeover procedure aims to restore the areas of the body most commonly affected by childbearing.
Coping with COVID: Stay Connected
Keeping in touch with family and friends is more important than ever during this time of social distancing.
Coping with COVID: Ease Anxiety with Outdoor Activity
If you’re experiencing anxiety about the pandemic, you’re not alone. Hear from Niles community leader Jami Foster as she shares tips for improving your physical and mental health.
Check-Up: Emotional vs. Physical Hunger
Registered dietitian explains how you can tell the difference between physical and emotional hunger.
No gym? No problem: Implement a complete at-home workout
You can get an effective, safe, and fun strengthening workout using your own body weight.
Get GERD Relief and Get Back to You
The Transoral Incisionless Fundoplication (TIF®) procedure which is performed without incisions and now available at Lakeland General Surgery, Niles.
Taking Control of Your Diabetes with Medications
For many people with diabetes, taking medications, following the day-to-day treatment at the right time, dose, and frequency that a doctor has prescribed is key to managing daily blood sugar levels.
Check-Up: Is Your Ear to Blame for Vertigo?
Lakeland Ear, Nose & Throat otolaryngologist, Paul Judge, MD, explains how vertigo, a room-spinning sensation, is often times driven by problems in the inner ear.
Healthy Eating for Diabetics During a Pandemic
It’s important to recognize that our diets cannot be perfected, especially during a pandemic. Do your best! This is an important time to lean into creating healthy habits that last a lifetime.
Tips for Preventing Your Hands from Drying and Cracking
While handwashing is the best form of prevention, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s also important to keep our hands moisturized to prevent drying and cracking.