Tag: Baptist Health Center for Robotic Surgery

‘My Depression Saved Me’: A Patient Story

Medical experts have established a link between depression and cancer. Last year, psychologist Paula Levine, Ph.D., experienced that link first...

September 6, 2017

Top Healthcare Innovations of the Year

When it comes to healthcare innovations, or advancements in combating cancer and other chronic or deadly diseases, 2016 was a...

December 29, 2016

Managing Endometriosis: Options for Relief

“Endometriosis often goes undiagnosed or is misdiagnosed because the symptoms can mirror other disorders that cause pelvic pain,” said John...

May 10, 2016

Lung Cancer in Nonsmokers

When you hear about someone having lung cancer, you likely wonder – if not ask aloud – whether the person...

November 11, 2015

Fibroid Surgery Risks Explained

When Ethicon, a division of Johnson & Johnson, in July voluntarily recalled a tool gynecologic surgeons had been using to...

September 10, 2014

Watch Now: Children After Cervical Cancer

Anaelvys Espinoza-Ruiz was engaged to be married when she found out she had cervical cancer. While the removal of her...

August 5, 2014

A Survivor’s Dream Come True

A diagnosis of ovarian cancer is scary.  But when you’re 25 years old, engaged to be married and had hoped...

June 20, 2014

Super-Heated Treatment for Ovarian Cancer

Surgeons treating women with recurring ovarian cancer have a new approach that is showing some promise in improving survival rates....

June 9, 2014

A Mother’s Miracle

This Mother’s Day, mothers from all over will celebrate the miracle of parenthood. For Qynata Henry-Nairn, 34, mother to 2-month...

May 9, 2014

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Quarantine 15: What is it? Why...

“Quarantine 15” is the new “Freshman 15” — which referred to students starting in college who end up with unwanted, extra pounds. Similarly, Quarantine 15...

Helping Hands: Expert Care can Help...

Sketch pencil in her right hand, Laida Arcia Carro (pictured above) adds tiny details to complete her portrait of a strong Haitian woman. Ms. Carro...

‘Structural Heart’ Treatment: Transcatheter Mitral Valve...

Removal from a ventilator was a milestone moment for a patient recovering from parainfluenza in Baptist Hospital’s intensive care unit. But when that patient regressed...

Innovation Allows Patients with COVID-19 to...

As the volume of patients with COVID-19 continues to challenge healthcare organizations, Baptist Health South Florida is turning to an innovative solution to keep patients...

COVID-19 Roundup: Largest Clinical Trial of...

Phase 3 Clinical Trial of Vaccine Candidate Underway; 30,000 Volunteers to Take Part The largest U.S. clinical trial to test a COVID-19 vaccine candidate has...

Getting Hurricane-Ready with Healthy Food Supplies

From June through November, it is hurricane season in South Florida.  Every year, the season seems more and more active – potentially causing widespread damage,...

Baptist Health South Florida Most Awarded...

The annual U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals issue is highly anticipated by healthcare consumers. In the 2020-2021 edition, Baptist Health South Florida is...

Migraines are Often Debilitating, But New...

A migraine isn’t just a garden-variety headache. This neurological condition is the third most prevalent illness in the world. Affecting one in 10 Americans, migraines...

Preventing a Second Heart Attack

Heart attacks, or myocardial infarctions, occur when a blood clot or piece of plaque blocks one of the arteries that carries blood to the heart....

Hope Tower: A Safe New Space...

When it came to naming the newest facility at Baptist Hospital, the choice seemed obvious: Hope Tower. The recently opened building adjacent to Miami Cancer...