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Moments in Medicine - The Nebraska Medical Center

Best Foods to Start Your Day

Your mother was right. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Not only does eating breakfast help you have a more productive day, but it also provides a number of other health benefits including keeping off extra weight. Obesity medicine specialist Birgit Khandalavala, MD, offers additional nutrition tips on how to start your day with the best energy sources. Read more.


Pancreas Disease Clinic Provides Hope, New Life

Katie Eastman suffered excruciating pain for five years. When other doctors and hospitals were unsuccessful in helping her, she came to The Nebraska Medical Center.  Doctors with the Comprehensive Pancreatobilliary Disorders and Autologous Islet Cell Translant Clinic diagnosed her with chronic pancreatitis and her road to recovery started. Watch the video.


Patients Invited to Provide Feedback on Cancer Services

The Nebraska Medical Center invites cancer survivors, their caregivers and families to provide feedback about their cancer care experience. The Patient Family Advisory Council has been established as a forum where suggestions relating to program and service improvements and even new facility designs are discussed. Read more.

"The latest studies even suggest a reduction in diabetes in those who eat breakfast by a whopping 34 percent."

Birgit Khandalavala, MD, obesity medicine specialist at The Nebraska Medical Center

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Pain Management Seminar

The Pain Management Program at The Nebraska Medical Center is celebrating 40 years of helping people reclaim their lives from chronic pain. Find out more about the free seminar being hosted Feb. 21. Visit the website.

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