Brenda Climbs to New Heights with Spine Surgery

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“Hello, is anyone there?” yelled Brenda Trimble, 79. She thought she heard someone coming. Should she call out louder? She felt for her phone. She was worried, a little embarrassed, but mostly scared — what was wrong?
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Time to Consider Back Surgery?

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The spine is complex — made up of 24 bones, vertebrae, ligaments, discs, joints, muscles, tendons and an intricate bundle of nerves that sends signals throughout the entire body — which is why spinal problems, even minor ones, can...
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1 in 3 Adults Has a High Risk Factor for Stroke. Are You One of Them?

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High blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, obesity and diabetes are leading causes of stroke. One in three U.S. adults has at least one of these conditions or habits.
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MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach Given Highest Honor for Pediatric Asthma Care

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MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach was recognized for the second time for its excellence in asthma care. Miller Children’s & Women’s remains the only free-standing children’s hospital in California, and only the 10th hospital in the...
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Avoid Household Triggers to Keep Allergies & Asthma Under Control

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You keep a clean home, but your child still coughs and sneezes. That’s because house dust, pet dander, mold and dust mites can accumulate easily in the home, and are some of the most common allergens.
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Developmental Milestones for Your Baby

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The first year of your baby’s life will definitely be a year of firsts. From that moment you deliver to your baby’s first birthday party, your baby is constantly learning and taking in his or her environment.
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Marshall Family Learns that High Risk Doesn’t Mean High Stress

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After struggling with infertility for a few years, Anaheim residents Michelle and Eric Marshall decided to try fertility treatments. The couple was delighted when they found out they were expecting triplets, but they knew it would be a long...
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MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach “Lights It Up Blue” for Autism Awareness

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On Wednesday, April 4, staff, community members, patients and their families gathered in their favorite blue outfits at MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach to kick off Autism Awareness Month.
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Community Members Raise More Than $476,000 for the Cherese Mari Laulhere BirthCare Center at MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach

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On Saturday, March 24, Long Beach community members gathered to dance the night away at the 10th Annual “Dancing for Our Stars” gala, hosted by the Memorial Medical Center Foundation, at the Long Beach Convention Center. It was a...
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Teen Patients with Cancer at MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach Get a Fairytale Prom, Complete with Horse Drawn Carriage

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On Saturday, March 17, an Enchanted Fairytale Prom was hosted for patients of Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Center at MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach, in partnership with A Friend in Me Foundation.
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