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Even if it were possible, most people wouldn't want a crystal ball to foresee the future, instead preferring to be kept in the dark, a new study contends. +
Depression is always a danger for people recovering from a debilitating stroke. But new research suggests that tweaking a rehabilitation facility's lighting system may help patients keep depression at bay. +
For breast cancer survivors, exercise may help lower their chances of dying from the disease more than other healthy habits, a new review suggests. +
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Are you 85 pounds or more overweight or considering weight-loss surgery to treat an obesity-associated condition, relieve medical... +
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Coronary artery disease is the result of plaque buildup in the coronary arteries leading to blockages that could cause a heart... +
Palomar Health’s Forensic Health Services has taken on a new countywide role in the investigation of non-fatal... +
From the Desk of Tina Pope, District Manager, Service Excellence
I recently received several very insistent voice messages... +
For Jerry Mason, a trip to Palomar Medical Center Escondido for a routine gall bladder procedure resulted in inspiration for a... +
Dr. David Illich’s life’s work is to open up the world of sound to people with impaired hearing. It is life-changing... +
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