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The Jewish Hospital – Mercy Health Speaker Series

In partnership with The Jewish Hospital – Mercy Health, join us for relaxed evenings of appetizers, wine and valuable medical information.

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 I Know About Mammography Screening and Breast Cancer: What you need to know about preventive breast cares

August 22, 6pm
Come at 5:30pm for appetizers and wine

Early detection of breast cancer increases the chances of survival. Detection starts with routine mammography screenings – but do you know when and how often you should start receiving mammograms? Innovations like 3D Mammography and the 24-hour results notification program at The Jewish Hospital make it easier than ever for women to stay on top of their breast health, because the more you know, the more you can prepare for what’s next.

Join The Jewish Hospital — Mercy Health and Mayerson JCC as we talk about breast care. In this informative discussion, Mercy Health breast surgeon Hilary Shapiro-Wright, DO, will discuss the latest technology and recommendations for mammography screenings and breast cancer.

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Hope and Recovery: Understanding the Physiological Challenges of and Treatment for Addiction

September 6, 6pm
Come at 5:30pm for appetizers and wine

Addiction to opioids, stimulants and other medications or drugs has become alarmingly prevalent in our community over the last few years. Addiction is a chronic disease that alters pathways in the brain involved in reward, motivation and control. Though treatment is often a long and difficult process, untreated addictions can lead to further physical and mental health problems.

Join The Jewish Hospital — Mercy Health and Mayerson JCC as we talk about addiction. This forthright discussion will give you a better understanding of how addiction works and what kinds of treatments are available. The presentation and Q&A will be led by Mercy Health board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Matt Montgomery.

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Managing Your Medications: What You Need to Know About Taking Medication

October 17, 6pm
Come at 5:30pm for appetizers and wine

As you age, it may seem as if you are taking more and more medication. Keeping track of all these prescriptions can be stressful — and can be harmful if you don’t have a good handle on it. That’s why it’s important to manage a list of your medications, the appropriate dosage and when to take them, as well as understand what they do and how they can interact with each other.

Join The Jewish Hospital — Mercy Health and Mayerson JCC as we talk about medication management. This interactive discussion will give you a better understanding of how to manage your medications. The presentation and Q&A will be led by Jason Niemann, board-certified pharmacist and director of pharmacy for Mercy Health — Cincinnati.

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Dreaming of a Good Night’s Sleep: Learn How to Prevent and Treat Common Sleep Disorders

November 2, 6pm
Come at 5:30pm for appetizers and wine

Sleep is an essential part of your health and well-being. It gives your body time to recover and rejuvenate. Disorders like insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome and narcolepsy affect your regular sleep patterns, which can lead to detrimental effects on your physical health.

Join The Jewish Hospital — Mercy Health and Mayerson JCC as we talk about sleep. In this informative discussion, Mercy Health sleep medicine specialist Dr. Sanjiv Patel will explain common sleep disorders and their effect on your health, as well as share ways to prevent and treat them.

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Mobile Mammography

November 9, 7 – 10:30am

Did you know that mammography screenings can save lives? Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths for women between ages 35-50, and one out of every eight women will develop breast cancer during her life. Mammography screenings can detect lumps as small as the size of a pea; breast cancers found at such an early stage have a 90% cure rate. Visit The Jewish Hospital’s Mobile Mammography Unit to receive your screening and protect your health.

*This screening is covered by most insurance carriers, but you should verify that The Jewish Hospital and Mercy Health are in-network providers. For more information, please call 513.686.3300.

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