News : 2017

Linda Eads with personal trainer Anas Mahmoud.

UHealth’s Supervised Exercise Program Makes Fitness a Medical Priority

Linda Eads entered the Supervised Exercise Program offered by UHealth – the University of Miami Health System because “I had high cholesterol, my legs and hips hurt — and I hated to sweat.” Norman H. Altman, V.M.D., says, “I had an illness that caused neuropathy. After it was successfully treated, I realized I needed to get into a regular exercise program.” What they had in common was a lack of regular exercise.

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From left, Angelique Muniz, Stacy Cutrono, Ph.D., and Patricia Emard.

Sylvester’s U Survive & Thrive Program Helps Cancer Survivors Regain Strength

It was just a staircase, but to Patricia Emard, it could have been a mountain. With the help of the world-class oncologists at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, she had triumphed over breast cancer, but it had taken all she could give. Two surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation had sapped her strength. She looked at the staircase and chose the elevator instead.

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