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The Keck Effect: More Conversations

March 22nd, 2017|

When Theresa Vitale began losing her voice for months at a time, she knew she needed help.
Theresa Vitale’s initials are “TV,” so it’s only fitting

The Future Is Now: Advances in Technology Are Driving Medical Breakthroughs

March 21st, 2017|

Medical technology advancements result in better diagnosis and patient care—and they also save lives.
Technology is changing all areas of medicine, including personal data collection, imaging,

The Keck Effect: More Workouts

January 13th, 2017|

What Do Arnold Schwarzenegger and 21-Year Old Personal Training Director Arik Bibicoff Have In Common? They both say Keck Medicine of USC and Vaughn Starnes,

Sit Up Straight! Tips from an Ergonomic Expert Will Make You Feel Better at Work and at Play

January 11th, 2017|

Sore shoulders? Aching back? Reduce pain and increase productivity by consulting with an ergonomic expert.
It’s not in your head — in fact, that nagging, office-related

The Pros and Cons of Taking Zinc for a Cold

January 5th, 2017|

When you’re miserable and sniffling and sneezing, you may be ready to try anything — anything — to make it stop. Or maybe you would

A Pain in the… Foot!

January 5th, 2017|

Shoe inserts aren’t just for runners, seniors and stiletto addicts. Stop limping around and do something about that nagging foot pain.
Foot pain can affect your

The Keck Effect: More Father and Son Moments

January 4th, 2017|

Donating a kidney to your father is an ultimate sign of a son’s devotion. However, when Tomas Ramirez’s son, Francisco, volunteered to donate his kidney

Your 6-Step Guide to Preventing Spring Allergies

December 30th, 2016|

Spring is here, which means spring allergies have also arrived. Here’s how to stop them before they start.
Sure, spring is beautiful with trees and flowers

Diabetes and Memory Loss Research

December 14th, 2016|

Researchers and clinicians have found that uncontrolled diabetes may increase the risk of experiencing cognitive problems, such as memory loss. Higher than normal blood glucose