Building Your Cognitive 401(k): Dementia Prevention
Research has proven that dementia-causing changes in the brain can be detected 30 years prior to diagnosis. Now is the right time to take steps to preserve cognitive function!
Join top-ranked internist and primary care physician, Gina Serraiocco, M.D., to explore tangible and practical tips for health, with a focus on optimizing brain function and the prevention of dementia.
Thursday, August 8th
12 p.m. PST
Anti-Aging: What You Can Do to Preserve Your Youth
Find out how today's modern high-tech workers are actually aging faster by developing conditions like early arthritis, heart disease and other related health conditions.
Dr. Ronesh Sinha discusses key factors that are promoting accelerated aging in his patients in Silicon Valley and what you can do to preserve your youth.
Diverse Diets for Diverse Cultures
Prerna Uppal, M.S., R.D., CDE, Sutter Health's corporate dietitian and certified diabetes instructor, discusses the traditional diets of indigenous cultures and the healing foods they used for disease prevention and optimum health.
Take Control of Your Heart Health: Atrial Fibrillation Therapy and Stroke Prevention
Sutter Health cardiologist, Christopher Woods, M.D., hosts an interactive discussion about atrial fibrillation therapy and stroke prevention. Learn more about diagnosing AFib, monitoring symptoms and options to control stroke caused by AFib.
Surviving the Hustle and Bustle of the Holidays
Join Sutter Health certified nutritionist, Sharon Meyer, DipION, CNC, for an interactive discussion on the hustle and bustle of the holidays. Learn about healthy eating, alternative drink choices, and how to keep stress at a minimum.
How Social Media Affects Your Mental Health
Can spending too much time on social media really affect your mental health? More and more people are spending their days connected digitally instead of engaging with friends and family. Corinne White, LFMT, a therapist with Sutter Health, discusses why managing your social media use is important to your mental health.
Healthy Skin Matters
Pamona Purdy, PA-C, from Sutter Medical Group’s dermatology department, hosts an interactive discussion about healthy skin—providing everyday tips for basic skin care, anti-aging secrets and hair loss prevention.
Take Action Now to Prevent Diabetes
If you've been diagnosed with prediabetes, told your blood sugar is high, or have close relatives who have type 2 diabetes, this Livestream will bring you the tools and knowledge you can use to avoid diabetes. Prerna Uppal is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator with the Palo Alto Medical Foundation who specializes in helping people at risk for diabetes.
Sleep: It's Powerful Medicine
We spend a third of our lives doing it (if we’re lucky), yet most of us know very little about sleep and why it’s so important to our health. Sutter sleep specialist, Anit Patel, M.D., is an expert on the topic, and he’s going to share some of his insights in this livestream. Learn how sleep effects your physical and emotional health, signs and symptoms of common sleep disorders and the repercussions of not getting enough good quality sleep.
Desk-Job Challenge: Staying Fit When You Sit
Is sitting the new smoking? Doctors are telling us that too many hours spent sitting can lead to obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease, even cancer. But even if your job keeps you tied to a desk, there are simple actions you can take to avoid the pitfalls of too much sitting. Sutter occupational and physical therapists discuss and demonstrate proper ergonomics and exercises you can do at your desk.
Heart Disease Prevention: Questions You Should Ask Your Doctor
Heart disease has earned the title of being the #1 cause of death in the United Stated each year. The good news: it's often preventable. Sutter Cardiologist, Powell Jose, M.D., discusses what risk factors are preventable and what questions you should be asking your doctor about your risk factors and how you can manage them.
Inflammation and Your Lifestyle
Inflammation isn't always a bad thing. It's part of your body's natural response to heal and fight infection. But, when the inflammation is long-term, in can increase your risk for diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis.
With this in mind, can an anti-inflammatory diet lead to a healthier lifestyle? Sutter internal medicine physician, Kay Judge, M.D.discusses the benefits of an anti-inflammatory lifestyle.
Principles of Mindful Eating
Mindful eating can change the way you experience food and encourages an enjoyable meal time. Sutter dietitian, Sabine Haake, discusses the basic principles of mindful eating including meditation, distinguishing between physical and emotional hunger, balanced meals for optimal energy and ways to overcome cravings and mindless eating.
Health Resolutions: Cracking the Code
Most of us have good intentions and make New Year’s resolutions but after a few weeks of trying to keep our new healthy habits we start to slip. Turn things around and get your motivation back so you can meet your goals. Join Kay Judge, M.D. for a wellness livestream to get some advice to help you stay on track and overcome common roadblocks that get in the way of meeting your health and wellness goals.
Keeping an Eye on Your Vision Health
Your eyes play an important role in your health and it's important to take care of them. Join Sutter Health ophthalmologist, Yichieh Shiuey, M.D. for an interactive discussion about eye health. Learn about everyday things you can do for healthy eyes, how your eyes change with age, screenings for common conditions and laser vision correction.