Marlon Garzo Saria, PhD, RN, Director of Neuroscience Quality and Outcomes Research at JWCI discusses 40 Things Nurses Wish You Knew in an article by Best Life magazine. Learn the little-known secrets that could potentially save your life.
Our experts shared 50 signs of poor health no one over 50 should ignore. Read the article by Best Life magazine to learn what signs to look out for:
Our experts shared 40 signs of poor health no one over 40 should ignore. Read the article by Best Life magazine to learn what signs to look out for:
Santosh Kesari, MD, neuro-oncologist and chair of the department of translational neurosciences and neurotherapeutics at JWCI, explains why people with MS appear to have a greater risk for cancer.
A new DNA analysis test may help those with persistent urinary tract infections. Learn more from Jennifer Linehan, MD, associate professor of urology and urologic oncology at JWCI in an article by the Washington Post.
If you’re experiencing an incessant pain in your left lower abdomen, it can be due to a variety of issues, some of which are more common than others. Learn 6 possible reasons your lower left side is aching from Anton Bilchik, MD, PhD, professor of surgery and chief of gastrointestinal research at JWCI.
Jennifer Linehan, MD, associate professor of urology and urologic oncology at JWCI, explains if AZO Urinary Tract Defense®, is a safe over the counter treatment for urinary tract infections.
A 17-year-old teen is left with severe injuries after his vape pen exploded in his mouth. Osita Onugha, MD, MBA, Assistant Professor of Minimally Invasive Chest Surgery and Thoracic Surgical Oncology at JWCI, weighs in on the dangers of vaping and explain why vaping is harmful to your lungs.
Marlon Garzo Saria, PhD, RN, AOCNS, FAAS, Director of Neuroscience Quality and Outcomes Research at JWCI, explains the importance of growing the neuro-oncology nursing subspecialty if we want to be able to navigate and take care of patients with CNS tumors. Watch his video interview from the Oncology Nurse Advisor Navigation Summit to learn more.
Garni Barkhoudarian, MD, FAANS, Associate Professor of Neuroscience & Neurosurgery, is one of the experts who comments on this dangerous case. Doctors say a 15-year-old boys is truly lucky to be alive after a knife impales his face and goes into his brain.