Microchips in COVID-19 vaccines, fertility impacts, genetic alterations, vaccine safety. Infectious Disease specialist Manuel Gordillo, MD, breaks down some of the common myths about the COVID-19 vaccines.
Are you high risk for heart failure or already living with the disease? Learn the symptoms, who's at risk and self-management solutions in this blog post by Sarasota Memorial Hospital heart failure nurse Saida Jennell Steiner, RN, BSN.
Sarasota Memorial infectious disease specialist Manuel Gordillo, MD, weighs in on the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's recently issued activity guidelines and updated safety recommendations for people who have gotten the COVID-19 vaccine.
Medical experts agree: Routine colorectal cancer screening should begin at age 45, not age 50 as guidelines previously advised. Sarasota Memorial gastroenterologist Stephen Kucera, MD, explains why and details screening options in this post.
Kegel exercises - which are basically the repetitious lifting and tightening of your pelvic muscles - are often touted as a non-surgical solution for bladder and bowel incontinence in men and women. And while there are some people who encourage Kegels as a way to strengthen the pelvic floor, I've found alternatives that are much easier and much more effective for boosting control of your bladder and bowel, for a few reasons.