Ask a Specialist: Prostate Cancer

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and did you know one in seven men in the U.S. will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their …

Ask a Specialist: Heat Illness

It’s been very hot outside, and if you exercise or if your child plays sports, it’s important to be aware of heat illness.

Ask a Specialist: Breastfeeding

Annie Figueira, RN, Certified Lactation Counselor at The Queen’s Medical Center educated moms what a good latch is.

Ask a Specialist: Advance Care Planning

If you were no longer able to make health care decisions on your own, would your loved ones know what would be most important to you to ensu…

Ask a Specialist: Breast tomosynthesis

Ask a Specialist: Breast tomosynthesis

What is 3D mammography exactly, and what are the benefits of it? What is the difference between standard 2D mammograms and 3D mammograms? Le…

Ask a Specialist: Female athlete triad

Ask a Specialist: Female athlete triad

Did you know some female athletes could experience low bone density, heart problems and infertility as a result of the Female Athlete Triad?…

Ask a Specialist: Atrial fibrillation

Ask a Specialist: Atrial fibrillation

According to the American Heart Association, 2.7 million Americans are living with Atrial Fibrillation, the most common type of irregular he…

Ask a Specialist: Stroke

May is Stroke Awareness Month and the perfect time to learn more about stroke, including risk factors, what to look for and new treatment op…

Ask a Specialist: Headaches

Learn more about headaches, what the common triggers are and when to seek medical attention.

Ask a Specialist: Cervical Stenosis

Find out what that is and what can be done to treat it with Dr. Lance Mitsunaga, orthopedic spine surgeon at The Queen’s Medical Center.

Ask a Specialist: Osteoporosis

Find out who tends to get this bone disease and what you can do that can help reduce your risk or prevent it from getting worse.