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Adam Becker, MD, Deaconess Clinic Urology
Low sex drive, depressive mood, decreased muscle mass, fatigue... these are all signs of low T, or low testosterone.
Todd Wannemuehler, MD, Deaconess Clinic ENT
As an ENT (ear/nose/throat specialist, also called an otolaryngologist), with specialized training in sinus care, I’ve seen many patients with ongoing and chronic sinus issues, so I know the misery that sinus problems can cause.
Carolyn Burns, Clinical Dietitian, Deaconess Weight Loss Solutions
Information about healthy eating seems to be everywhere. As a clinical dietitian, I help patients identify food that contributes to better health, disease management, and a healthy approach to weight loss. Over time, I found that the majority of patients have success using the Mediterranean diet.
Sheila Seiler, Komen Evansville Tri-State, and Jennifer Small, Manager, Deaconess Breast Services
Too often, women are skipping their mammograms because they either think they can’t afford the mammogram, or are scared of the cost of treating breast cancer if diagnosed.
Chandrashekar Kumbar, MD, FACC, The Deaconess Heart Group
In my 15 years here at The Heart Group, I’ve cared for many patients who have experienced sudden cardiac arrest; I’ve also heard many stories of those who did not survive sudden cardiac arrest.
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