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New procedures, heart health, chronic conditions, and other essential health information.
Symptoms can run together and get confusing. Here's what you need to know about the differences between COVID-19, flu, and allergies.
The pandemic stressors of job joss and eviction can be triggers for anyone to increase their use of alcohol and drugs, but especially for people who have substance use disorder.
National Aging Month focuses on the positive aspects of growing older. Dr. Cristina Larrazaleta shares some tips on how to take control of your health and live your best years yet.
Some tips for Labor Day safety -- and anytime your family takes to the roads, swims, or hits the beach.
Your primary care doctor is the key point for all your healthcare, so here are a few tips for better communication.
A Lee Health allergist gives you some tips and tricks to prevent and treat pesky allergies.
Learn more about Lee Physician Group's primary and specialty care services.
Our award-winning Shipley team helps you get the treatment you need for heart valve issues.
National Elder Abuse Prevention Month in June serves as a call to action for us, our communities, and organizations to understand, recognize, and report elder abuse when suspected.
Every 40 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a stroke. Read to learn more about stroke, including how you may be at risk, how to recognize stroke, and what to do if stroke happens.
A new HIV self-management education program teaches people with HIV how to care for themselves and stay healthy by taking actions to control and manage their health.
The sooner you start keeping your bones healthy, the better off you’ll be in your later years.
Capsule endoscopy uses a “video camera-in-a-pill” that you swallow to make this procedure much easier for patients with gastrointestinal issues.
COVID-19 stress is affecting our sleep, which hurts our immune systems and makes everything worse. A Lee Health sleep experts dives into the details and offers tips to help.
Many people in Southwest Florida deal with symptoms of A-Fib. Now, a new treatment called the Watchman Device may help reduce A-Fib patients' risk for stroke.
Heart valve disease is a serious condition, but Shipley Cardiothoracic Center provides treatment options that can get you back to your daily life.
February is officially American Heart Month. So here are a few key tips, suggestions, and ideas to ensure your heart is healthy enough to keep up with your lifestyle.
Lee Health joins forces with Cleveland Clinic to help improve patient care.
With the blood supply critically low, Lee Health Blood Centers kindly asks you to consider a blood donation for the new year.
Time for a safety check: Is your decor safe? Do you have any fire hazards? Feeling more blue than you should be? Here's our annual holiday checklist.
Difficult periods don’t have to rule your life. Find out what's normal and when you should seek help concerning your menstrual cycle.
Find comfortable, beautiful birthing suites for that special family moment as well as expanded services that deliver the best care in the region.
Lee Health Coconut Point continues to offer all the services you need in one place. Our expanded Observation Unit bolsters emergency care so you don't have to go to another facility.
Meet Dr. Laura Veras and create a care plan for your allergies.
Meet two new cardiologists dedicated to the Lee County community.
Migraines can be debilitating, but here are a few things that might be able to ease the pain.
Helping mothers, babies, and families bond: Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the birthing suites at Cape Coral Hospital.
It can be a sensitive question: How old is too old to drive? A Lee Health aging expert takes a look at signs and symptoms -- and everything else you need to know.
Lee Physician Group's gastroenterology services keep expanding and improving. Here's how they can help you.
A longtime Southwest Florida cardiologist looks back on long career of community service.
More of us are spending time indoors these days. But that can be dangerous for older adults who are prone to falls. Take a peek at this list of things you can do around the house to be safer while staying active.
Lee Health Coconut Physician aims to help community with sports-related injuries and primary care.
Telemedicine: What is it? How safe is it? And what can you use it for?
Lee Health has updated plans and logistics for the 2020 hurricane season because of COVID-19. Learn the latest here about shelters, safety tips and other essential info.
Healthcare for women spans generations. Meet one Lee Physician Group doctor who can help patients improve their quality of life.
Take advantage of virtual health and wellness classes with our trained experts including stress reduction, seminars and cooking demonstrations for the whole family.
These health professionals are highly trained and work with your doctor to provide exceptional care.
It's the most common type of heart arrhythmia in the U.S., and the number is expected to increase. Here's what you can do about A-Fib.
It's an angry world out there. Here are some tips about what you can do to feel better and avoid stress on your heart.
Broken heart syndrome is a real thing: A Lee Health cardiologist provides expert advice on how to cope.
If you’re having nosebleeds but you’re unsure why, this information can help you find a solution.
If you have a chronic health condition, here are some things beyond the medicine cabinet that may help you find relief.
A quick rundown of your options to help you through the thick of cold and flu season.
No matter the circumstance, no matter the distance, getting behind the wheel when you are tired is more dangerous than you think.
It's common for people in medically underserved areas to go without regular health care. Lee Community Healthcare is changing all of that.
Cholesterol, mammogram, bone density, and more. Feel in tune with your body and find out what you need to stay healthy.
Change your habits and learn to live the kind of life that drastically cuts the risk of heart disease. Here are nine things you can recognize and improve today.
To help reduce your risk of exposure, remember these tips to keep you and your family safe.
Are telemedicine services worth your time? Five things to help you decide.
For 25 years, our team has jumped into action to treat victims of trauma, the leading cause of death among Floridians younger than 44.
Children face unimaginable challenges when dealing with cancer. Read more about these youngsters, their families, and how Golisano Children’s Hospital is helping.
You can still live a full, active life with diabetes.
Pain eats away at you and keeps you from doing what you love. It’s time to stop suffering. Check out these things you can do long-term to help you live a better life.
Vaccines save lives, but measles deaths and misinformation are increasing. Learn more about vaccine history and how to keep yourself safe.
Men and women are not created equally when it comes to heart attacks. Risk factors and atypical symptoms mean women should pay closer attention to their bodies.
Five ways to sit up straight today.
The cold and flu season looms, so don’t take any chances. Dive into all the reasons you and your family need to get the influenza vaccination today.