Heart disease kills more women than cancer. Dr. Maria Duca, Virtua cardiologist, explains how women can prevent and control heart disease by understanding symptoms, risk factors and family history.
One out of three women will die from this disease. Can you guess what it is? Virtua doctor Talya Spivack explains what you need to do to protect yourself.
Dr. Brad Bernardini, Co-Director of Virtua Sports Medicine discusses the causes, symptoms, and treatment of runner's knee in this segment of "Ask the Doctor."
If you had a robot, what would you want it to do? People came up with all kinds of responses. While it's a fantasy for some, it's a reality for Dr. Randolph Deger, Virtua gynecologic oncologist. Check out what his robot can do.
Dr. Talya Spivack clears up some common myths regarding heart health and cardiovascular disease.
Dr. Avi Galler, a Virtua colorectal surgeon shares how Enhanced Recovery After Surgery techniques reduce the need for pain medications and accelerate healing.
Dr. Michelle Shen, a breast surgeon at Virtua, explains some of the steps if you’re diagnosed with breast cancer and what preventative measures are recommended to stay on top of your breast health.
Dr. Patrick Connolly is a neurosurgeon with the Penn Medicine Virtua Neurosciences Program. He discusses the latest advances in spine surgery which include spinal navigation.
Dr. Matthew Puc, a thoracic surgeon at Virtua, discusses nicotine cessation and whether vaping is a safe alternative.
Virtua's first Facebook Live: A Day in the Life - Type 1 Diabetes Day. Health experts, along with JDRF representatives and a patient, discuss the importance of spreading the word about Type 1 diabetes and its daily effect on those with the disease.