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Jessica Lopez
LATEST POSTS BY Jessica Lopez
How to Start a Heart-Friendly Fall Fitness Routine
A cardiac rehabilitation specialist offers the tips she gives her heart patients to start a fall fitness routine.
How to Make a Smooth Daylight Saving Transition
While for some "falling back" one hour means extra time in bed, others struggle to adjust their internal clock to the new daylight pattern. Read on for tips to ensure a satisfying snooze!
What Foods to Eat & Avoid During Breast Cancer Treatment
When you’re battling a disease like breast cancer, a nutritious diet can be one of your strongest allies in the fight.
Four Jefferson Coming Out Stories
“Appreciating, understanding and accepting each other’s ‘uniqueness’ is fundamental to the job every one of us in health care carries out every day.”
The Warning Signs and Symptoms of Breast Cancer You Need to Know
A lump in your breast might be the most known warning sign of cancer, but it certainly isn’t the only one.
Connected Heart, Soul – and Kidney
Two twenty-somethings share a living donor journey and tattoos to remember the life-saving adventure.
Do Pumpkin Spice Products Have Any Nutritional Value?
Pumpkin and pumpkin spice boast many nutritional benefits, but have you ever read the ingredients label on these products to see if they actually contain any real pumpkin or pumpkin spice?
Real Pumpkin Spice Muffins with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Yogurt Topping
'Tis the season for pumpkin spice flavored everything. Skip the processed goods and try this healthy muffin recipe.
A Father One Day and an Orphan the Next
Adam Sagot's life changed forever in June 2019. He not only became a father to a daughter but also received notice that his fellowship program would be closing—all at the same time.
Cancer Researchers’ Failure to Disclose Industry Payments Damages Patient Trust — and Care
Any relationship with industry, whether with a center director or any other member of the scientific or medical community, must be honest.
This Throat Cancer Survivor and Laryngectomy Patient Cheers on the Phillies as a Hostess
A laryngectomy to battle throat cancer didn’t stop Barbara Kuhn from pursuing her dream retirement job – being a hostess for the Phillies.