Simplify Managing Your Loved One’s Diabetes with Help from Fitness and Nutrition Apps

Technology has had a profound effect on medicine—and what’s most exciting is that we’ve only brushed the surface of what’s possible. Each day, more and more older adults are being helped by new tech developments—and when it comes to diseases like diabetes that rely on ongoing treatment, the benefits can make a big difference to […]

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Critical End-of-Life Choices: A Moving Presentation on “Being Mortal” in Morgan Hill

  Compassionately navigating end-of-life discussions with patients is something that many doctors haven’t yet mastered. All too often, a doctor may unintentionally leave a critical conversation unexplored, or encourage the patient to make a choice that doesn’t have their ultimate best interests at heart. This can create bad experiences for patients near the end of […]

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IOA’s Dr. Patrick Arbore Honored with the 2016 Norma Satten Community Service Innovation Award

How do attitudes change? How are social norms altered and made better? How do we create true progress? It’s not from telling people that they have to change. People are stubborn, and societies even more so. No, real change comes from creating new structures, envisioning something different, and putting it into practice. In the civil […]

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