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  • A Look at a Leader: Dr. Nasser Hanna

    03/09/2017

    Nasser Hanna, MD, oncologist at Indiana University Health, grew up around medicine, so many weren’t surprised when he went into the field. “My dad was a doctor, he was a general practitioner, and I spent quite a bit of time in his office growing…  Read More

  • Anxiety Attack or Heart Arrhythmia? How to Tell the Difference

    03/01/2017

    Several months ago, a teenage girl walked into the office of Indiana University Health’s Dr. Gopi Dandamudi, a cardiac electrophysiologist. For a number of months, this softball player had complained of feeling lightheaded and dizzy on the field,…  Read More

  • A Look at a Leader: Dr. Arnold Henry

    03/10/2017

    Arnold Henry MD, of Indiana University Health is no stranger to struggle. Growing up, the African-American physician had a lot on his plate. His formative years, by his own admission, weren’t easy. “They could make a movie about my life,”…  Read More

  • The Little Sister Who Plotted Her Brother’s Leukemia Cure

    03/01/2017

    Back behind the counter of McDonald’s and hidden from customers’ views, was a set of stairs. A long, steep set of stairs that led down to the basement where rows of shelves stored extra Big Mac boxes, straws and chicken nugget sauces. Andy…  Read More

  • Famous People Love This Kidney Stone Doctor

    03/03/2017

    We’re not going to name drop here, patient confidentiality and all, but urologist Amy Krambeck, M.D., has been called the “best kidney stone doctor in the world” by some pretty big names. Politicians. NFL players. Hollywood celebs. MMA…  Read More

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Expert Secrets for Younger-Looking Skin

03/22/2017 | Health & Wellness

It’s possible to look youthful without looking like you got “work” done, thanks to the many advances in beauty happening today. “If you want to keep your same face structure but just age more gracefully, there are many non-invasive options available now that can boost collagen production, reverse sun damage, and more,” says Melanie Kingsley, MD, Director of Cosmetic Dermatology & Laser Surgery at Indiana University Health. “The fact that we now have so many…

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No Bake Fruit Desserts

03/22/2017 | Food & Diet

As soon as the weather starts to warm up, fresh fruit seems all the more tempting while turning on the oven becomes less and less appealing. Instead, turn to these fresh and easy fruit-based desserts that require zero cooking. No Bake Blueberry Cheesecake Parfait Like a mix between cheesecake and parfait, this no bake recipe can be served in a cute Mason jar or an elegant glass. Either way, layers of crumbled graham crackers, cheesecake filling, and fresh blueberries (or any fruit you like) make…

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Breaking News: New Pill Could Relieve Dust Mite Allergies

03/21/2017 | News & Trends

Dust mite allergies currently affect about 20 million Americans, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. The good news: Those who get regular shots to keep their dust mite allergies in check might soon be able to switch to a daily pill instead. The United States Food and Drug Administration recently approved Odactra, a tablet for people ages 18 to 65 years old to relieve allergy symptoms including coughing, sneezing, runny nose, congestion and itchy, watery eyes. “It’s…

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A Look at a Leader: Dr. Michael Koch

03/21/2017 | Stories

One of the most important ingredients of a good doctor:  You’ve got to have good people skills, says Michael O. Koch, M.D., chairman of the department of urology at Indiana University Health. He feels this is especially important for a urologist. “You talk about very personal things with patients,” he explains. “They confide in you and you have to respect that and listen carefully.” But medicine wasn’t always on Dr. Koch’s mind. Growing up in Baltimore,…

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Freeze Away Fat? Everything You Wanted to Know About CoolSculpting

03/21/2017 | News & Trends

Could the solution to your weight problems really be as simple as freezing away fat cells—no incisions, anesthesia, or recovery time required? Melanie Kingsley, M.D., a dermatologist at Indiana University Health and a CoolSculpting clinician, answers your questions. Can anyone get CoolSculpting? The answer depends on how many extra pounds you’re carrying, says Dr. Kingsley. “The ideal candidate for CoolSculpting is someone who eats well and exercises regularly but still has stubborn…

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