Dr. Nadine Lyseight, of Dignity Health Medical Group —  Inland Empire, Explains "Mommy Brain"

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 11/30/17 8:45 AM

Mom brain, momnesia, baby brain, pregnancy brain — there are several terms for the "foggy" feeling that many new mothers experience. During a recent interview, Nadine Lyseight, MDan OB-GYN at Dignity Health Medical Group — Inland Empire, explained the truth behind mom brain.  

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Dignity Health Medical Group – Inland Empire Launches Pediatric Services in Highland

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 11/29/17 8:55 AM

Dignity Health Medical Group – Inland Empire has announced the launch of pediatric services at their Highland Avenue location to serve the growing health care needs of Highland and the surrounding communities.

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Aging Adults and Depression

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 11/1/17 8:51 AM

Reviewed by Dr. Chester Tung, DO, a family physician at Dignity Health Medical Group – Inland Empire.

Globally, more than 300 million people suffer from depression. While it’s normal to feel the ongoing ups and downs of life, those who experience lows for more than two weeks may be suffering from depression. Signs of depression may include: not caring about things you used to be passionate about, loss of motivation, and feeling sad, down, hopeless or cranky most of the day, for days at a time.

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Skin Care Tips From a Dermatologist

Posted by Nichole Baxter on 7/4/17 8:00 AM

Acne, dry skin, red patches, shininess… These are just a few reasons someone might try a new skin care product. If you’re fed up with breakouts or bad skin, you’re not alone! About 50 million Americans deal with acne on a regular basis, according to the American Academy of Dermatology.

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When is a headache more than just a headache?

Posted by Gail Verderico on 6/13/17 8:00 AM

Almost everybody experiences headaches from time to time. They are so ubiquitous that “a headache” has become a metaphor for mundane but manageable problems, such as tax preparation. However, for some unlucky few, headaches can be a debilitating and recurring intrusion—and on rare occasion, they can be a sign of a life-threatening condition.

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