Blogs

New machine proves promising in treating small cancers

KOB News 4

Emily Jaceks
September 05, 2018 07:47 AM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - It may not look like much, but to women with fibroadenomas, a benign tumor of the breast, this new machine is changing their lives.

“So I place the probe and make sure it’s nice and centered,” Dr. Timothy Erwin, a radiologist a Lovelace Women’s Hospital said.

No longer do women have to walk around with a painful lump that makes them anxious or concerned. But they don't have to go to an operating room either.

Presbyterian Centennial Plan Now Accepted at Lovelace

We are excited to provide Presbyterian Centennial Plan members and former United Healthcare Centennial plan members with access to Lovelace Health System’s hospitals effective September 1st, 2018, including:

Stress and conception, is there a link?

 
It’s not always easy to “just relax and let it happen.”
 
Our minds and bodies can be negatively affected by stress and believe it or not, so can the chances of becoming pregnant. We live in a fast-paced society, driven by technology that always has us on the go. It’s quite easy to become stressed, anxious or tense.
 

Family can help breastfeeding success

 
Do you have a family member ready to deliver or in the early weeks of breastfeeding? It takes careful time and energy to get breastfeeding off to a healthy start and it isn’t all up to mom. True, she makes the milk, but there are ways the family can help support the transition to breastfeeding with ease. 
 

What to consider when you’re trying to conceive

 
Are you thinking about trying to get pregnant? Congratulations! Preparing you and your partner’s bodies for pregnancy are important factors in pre-pregnancy planning. 
 

Lovelace employees serve lunch to first responders

KRQE News 13

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Some first responders got a special treat as a "thank you" for their service.

Lovelace Medical Center served lunch to EMTs, paramedics, firefighters and police officers Tuesday.

Employees say it's just a small token of their appreciation for what they do on the streets.

"You know, we work kinda in conjunction with each other and we love the fact that we can say thank you. We wanna show that our community is bonded together and that we enjoy working with each other," Lovelace charge nurse Mario Migliore said.