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National Health News

Ebola Preparedness

Ebola Preparedness Update

While the Ebola threat is low, Lee Memorial Health System continues preparation.

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Local Health News

Jim Nathan - President of Lee Memorial Health Systems

President's Message

Read the latest message from Jim Nathan.

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Healthy News

Healthy News

New Issue Available

Check out our latest issue of Healthy News, our 16-page community newsletter. The articles in Healthy News feature health stories, our latest services, our local physicians and much more. We've archived the recent issues here using "page-turning" technology.

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Healthy Happenings

  • Nov
  • 5

Blue Zones

Why do people in these areas of the world live healthy into their 90s and 100s?

  • Wednesday, Nov. 5th
  • Noon
  • HealthPark Medical Center - Room 201
  • 9981 S. HealthPark Drive
  • Fort Myers, FL 33908

  • Nov
  • 14

Stop & Smell the Roses
for Caregivers

This is a free event and day off for caregivers. Lunch provided.

  • Friday, Nov. 14
  • 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • First Church of the Nazarene
  • 13545 American Colony Blvd.
  • Fort Myers, FL

Call 239-949-1070.

  • Nov
  • 15

Diabetes Symposium:
From Pediatric to Adult

Learn about the latest advances in type 1 and type 2 diabetes research, how to transition from pediatric to adult with type 1 diabetes, diabetes gadgets and gizmos, and how to cope with diabetes.

  • Saturday, Nov. 15th
  • 7:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m
  • Florida SouthWestern State College (formerly Edison State College)
  • Building AA
  • Room 177
  • Fort Myers, FL

Call 239-591-2825 extension 0 or email floridasuncoast@jdrf.org.

  • Nov
  • 15

Powerful Women,
Powerful Choices

Join us for this complimentary women’s symposium on cancer. The program includes:

  • Keynote speaker Christine Clifford, humorist and cancer survivor
  • Lifestyle Changes to Decrease the Risk of Breast Cancer with Thomas Hudson, M.D.
  • Colorectal Cancer Update from Valerie Dyke, M.D.
  • The Latest on Estrogen Replacement with James Orr, M.D.
  • Advancements in Radiation Oncology with Amy Fox, M.D.
  • Advancements in Chemotherapy with Rebecca Kosloff, M.D.
  • Expert panel that will address What You’ve Always Wanted to Know, But Were Afraid to ask.

This symposium will provide information that can improve your health and change your life.

  • Saturday, Nov. 15
  • 8:30 a.m. – Noon
  • Hyatt Regency Coconut Point
  • 5001 Coconut Road
  • Bonita Springs, FL

Seating is limited and registration is required; call 239-936-0382 or visit www.PowerfulWomenInfo.com

Children's Corner

Gift of a Lifetime

The New Children's Hospital Virtual Tour

Have you taken the virtual tour of the new Golisano Children's Hospital of Southwest Florida yet? Soar through the lobby, waiting rooms and more in this virtual rendering.

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Healthy Living

You Are What You Eat

Neuro-sciences

You Are What You Eat

Eating "like a cave man" may keep your mind & body healthy as you age.

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Epilepsy Monitoring Unit Helps Physicians Make Diagnosis While Patients Sleep

Pediatric Neurology

Epilepsy Monitoring Unit Helps Physicians Make Diagnosis While Patients Sleep

When medication no longer works, there is a new line of defense for seizures in children.

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Varicose Vein Treatment Essential to Overcoming Discomfort, Potential Clotting

Vascular Surgery

Varicose Vein Treatment Essential to Overcoming Discomfort, Potential Clotting

An estimated 35-40 million adults in the United State have symptomatic, treatable venous insufficiency and can now be effectively treated.

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Health Videos

Health Matters

Health Matters

Going Radioactive on Graves

The most common cause of hyperthyroidism in the US, Graves’ disease, presents a grave concern, for women in particular.

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What's New

SHARE Club Celebrates one Year Anniversary at North Fort Myers Recreation Center

SHARE Club Celebrates one Year Anniversary at North Fort Myers Recreation Center

Join Us for a Celebration and Senior Health Fair.

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Programs Change Habits, Waistline and Life

Programs Change Habits, Waistline and Life

In less than one year Bob Jackson has lost 110 pounds - with a little help from CHIP.

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Kohl’s Partner Program Keeps Kids Safe

Kohl’s Partner Program Keeps Kids Safe

Kohl’s may be a national retailer, but their partnership with Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida offers something free—safety.

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