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n the previousthree to five years.Cancer of the cervix tends to occurduring midlife. Half of the women diagnosed with the disease are between35 and 55 years of age. It rarely affectswomen under age 20, and approximately 20 percent of diagnoses are made inwomen older than 65. For this reason, itis important for women to continue cervical cancer screening until at least theage of 70. Some women need to continue screening longer, so ask your healthcare provider what’s best for you.What causes cervical cancer?Human papillomavirus (HPV) isfound in about 99% of cervical cancers. There are over 100 different typesof HPV, most of which are consideredlow-risk and do not cause cervical cancer. High-risk HPV types may causecervical cell abnormalities or cancer.More than 70 percent of cervical cancercases can be attributed to two types ofthe virus, HPV-16 and HPV-18, oftenreferred to as high-risk HPV types.HPV is estimated to be the mostcommon sexually transmitted infection in the United States. In fact, by age50 approximately 80% of women havebeen infected with some type of HPV.The majority of women infected withthe HPV virus do NOT develop cervicalcancer. For most women the HPV infection does not last long; 90% of HPV infections resolve on their own within 2years. A small number of women do notFeel morecomfortableliving in themoment.Pelvic pain can hold you back.Our treatment options for uterinefibroid tumors can help.A long walk with a close friend. A night out dancing. Simplyhanging out with loved ones. Life is made up of momentswe don’t want to miss. If you’re dealing with pelvic pain orexcessive bleeding from uterine fibroid tumors, it can be difficultto live life to the fullest. Fortunately, the experts at PIH Healthcan help. Utilizing the latest technologies and techniques, ourcompassionate team is ready with a range of treatment optionsfrom medication treatments to minimally invasive procedures,so you can experience life uninterrupted by pelvic pain.To learn about treatment options for uterine fibroid tumors,call 562.967.2876 or visit PIHHealth.org/Womenclear the HPV virus and are consideredto have “persistent infection. A womanwith a persistent HPV infection is atgreater risk of developing cervical cellabnormalities and cancer than a womanwhose infection resolves on its own.Certain types of this virus are able totransform normal cervical cells into abnormal ones. In a small number of casesand usually over a long period of time(from several years to several decades),some of these abnormal cells may thendevelop into cervical cancer.Symptoms of Cervical CancerPrecancerous cervical cell changesand early cancers of the cervix generally do not cause symptoms. For this reason, regular screening through Pap andHPV tests can help catch precancerouscell changes early and prevent the de-velopment of cervical cancer.Possible symptoms of more advanced disease may include abnormalor irregular vaginal bleeding, pain during sex, or vaginal discharge. Notifyyour healthcare provider if you experience:Abnormal bleeding, such as Bleeding between regular menstrual periodsBleeding after sexual intercourse Bleeding after douching Bleeding after a pelvic exam Bleeding after menopause Pelvic pain not related to your menstrualcycle Heavy or unusual discharge thatmay be watery, thick, and possibly havea foul odor Increased urinary frequencyPain during urination These symptomscould also be signs of other health problems, not related to cervical cancer. Ifyou experience any of the symptomsabove, talk to a healthcare provider

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TO ADVERTISE CALL 562-407-3873Common Types ofGlaucoma andTheir SymptomsPrimary Open-Angle GlaucomaThis is the most common form of glaucoma, affecting about three million Americans. It happens when the eye’s drainagecanals become clogged over time.The inner eye pressure (also called intraocular pressure or IOP) rises becausethe correct amount of fluid can’t drain outof the eye.With open-angle glaucoma, the entrances to the drainage canals are clear andshould be working correctly. The cloggingproblem occurs further inside the drainagecanals, similar to a clogged pipe below thedrain in a sink.Most people have no symptoms andno early warning signs. If open-angleglaucoma is not diagnosed and treated,it can cause a gradual loss of vision. Thistype of glaucoma develops slowly andsometimes without noticeable sight lossfor many years.It usually responds well to medication,especially if caught early and treated.Angle Closure GlaucomaThis type of glaucoma is also knownas acute glaucoma or narrow angle glaucoma.It is much more rare and is very different from open-angle glaucoma in that theeye pressure usually rises very quickly.This happens when the drainage canalsget blocked or covered over, like a sinkwith something covering the drain.With angle-closure glaucoma, the irisis not as wide and open as it should be.The outer edge of the iris bunches up overHealthyLivingHM.comthe drainage canals, when the pupil enlarges too much or too quickly. This canhappen when entering a dark room.A simple test can be used to see if yourangle is normal and wide or abnormal andnarrow.Symptoms of angle-closure glaucomamay include headaches, eye pain, nausea,rainbows around lights at night, and veryblurred vision.Treatment of angle-closure glaucomausually involves either laser or conventional surgery to remove a small portionof the bunched-up outer edge of the iris.Surgery helps unblock the drainage canalsso that the extra fluid can drain.If you have angle-closure glaucoma inone eye, doctors may go ahead and treatthe other eye as a safety measure.In general, surgery for angle-closureglaucoma is successful and long lasting. Regular checkups are still importantthough, because a chronic form of glaucoma could still occur.Normal-tension glaucomaAlso called low-tension or normalpressure glaucoma, in normal-tensionglaucoma the optic nerve is damaged eventhough the pressure in the eye is not veryhigh.Doctors do not know why somepeople’s optic nerves are damaged eventhough they have almost normal pressurelevels.Those at higher risk for this form ofglaucoma are people with a family history of normal-tension glaucoma peopleof Japanese ancestry people with a historyof systemic heart disease such as irregularheart rhythm.Normal-tension glaucoma (NTG), alsoknown as low tension or normal pressureglaucoma, is a form of glaucoma in whichdamage occurs to the optic nerve withouteye pressure exceeding the normal range.In general, a "normal" pressure range isJANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016 5between 12-22 mm Hg.What Causes Normal-tensionGlaucoma?The causes of NTG are still unknown.For some reason, the optic nerve is susceptible to damage from even the normalamount of eye pressure. Researchers continue to examine why some optic nervesare damaged by these relatively low eyepressure levels.How Normal-tensionGlaucoma is DiagnosedNTG is diagnosed by observing theoptic nerve for signs of damage. This canbe done in one of two ways.In one procedure, an instrument calledan ophthalmoscope is held close to theeye. In a darkened room, the light from theophthalmoscope allows the doctor to lookthrough the pupil and examine the shapeand color of the optic nerve. A nerve thatis cupped or is not a healthy pink color isa cause for concern.A second procedure is the visual fieldtest. This test produces a map of the patient’s complete field of vision. Using thistest, the doctor can check for any areas ofsight loss that may be caused by damageto the optic nerve. This would appear asslight changes in the person’s vision occurring anywhere from near the centerto the edge of the field of vision. Thesechanges are not necessarily noticeable tothe patient.How Normal-tensionGlaucoma is TreatedSince so little is known about whynormal eye pressure damages some eyes,most doctors treat normal tension glaucoma by reducing the eye pressure as lowas possible using medications, laser treatments and conventional surgery.Getting betterstarts here40 Centerpointe Dr.With an urgent care center nearby, you can get treated formedical conditions ranging from the flu and allergies tosprains and strains.La PalmaOn Orangethorpe at Valley View714.522.8020 concentra.com/lapalma40 Centerpointe Dr.Scan herefor locations.Urgent care. Walk in. Walk out. Feel better.La Palma, CA 90623WeekdaysSaturday7 am – 9 pm9 am – 5 pm

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TO ADVERTISE CALL 562-407-3873HealthyLivingHM.comJANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016 7HEALTHY COMMUNITY - BISHOP VANN BLESSES CORNELIA CONNELLY’S NEW IDEAS CENTERStaff ReportAnaheim, CA – Cornelia Connelly School is pleased to announce the openingof the new IDEAS Center on Wednesday, January 13, 2016. The IDEAS Center,an acronym for Innovation, Design, Energy, Artistry, Synergy, was designed tobe an innovative space for active learning where students develop new skillsthrough the creative use of technology. Every space was designed with thethought of peer-to-peer learning and collaboration. The aesthetics and furniturecombine to create a learning atmosphere that is engaging for both student andteacher.Connelly’s graphic design teacher, Gustavo Madrigal, was instrumental inthe design concept of the IDEAS Center. "The IDEAS Center was designed tobe an innovative space where students learn essential skills for today's success,such as critical thinking, problem, solving, communication, and collaboration,"Madrigal said. “It is equipped with top-of-the line iMacs and MacBook Prosthat will be able to keep up with the extensive processing power needed forgraphic design, 3D development, and other multimedia capabilities. The Centerwill also be a hub for all things Maker and robotics. As technology is alwayschanging and moving forward, Connelly will continually explore newer technology as it relates to teaching and learning.”The Most Reverend Kevin Vann, JCD, DD presided over a special Massheld in Connelly’s Gunther Auditorium, which was filled with students, faculty, staff, parents, Board members, donors, and alumnae. Other guests presentincluded Fr. Jerry Horan, O.S.M., Vicar for Faith Formation for the Diocese ofOrange; Gregory Dhuyvetter, Superintendent of Catholic Schools; Shirl Giacomi, Chancellor of the Diocese of Orange; Teresa "Tita" Smith, ExecutiveDirector of Catholic Charities of Orange County and Mayor of Orange; andSteve Perales of Shea Family Charities.Bishop Vann expressed his delight at being on the Connelly campus for theoccasion. After Mass, Bishop Vann and the congregation processed across thecampus to the new IDEAS Center, where Connelly’s ASB officers held a redribbon to cut. Priscila Forbes, Chair of Connelly’s Board of Trustees, talkedabout the IDEAS Center and then invited Bishop Vann to join her and SisterFrancine to cut the ribbon and officially open the new Center.After the ribbon cutting, Bishop Vann prayed a blessing for the IDEASCenter, and then went inside to bless the room. The students, Board members,parents, alumnae, and special guests were then welcomed to enter the IDEASCenter to try out all of the new technology at their fingertips. The excitementin the air was palpable as everyone, especially the students, eagerly went fromone technology station to the next while the two 65” and one 70” video display panels above cycled through various messages welcoming everyone to theIDEAS Center.Bishop Vann, Sister Francine Gunther, and Board Chair, Priscila Forbes, cut theceremonial ribbon opening the new IDEAS Center.(l-r) Shea Foundation representative, Steve Perales, Head of School Sr. Francine,Chair of Connelly’s Board of Trustees Priscila Forbes, Mayor of Orange, Teresa"Tita" Smith, Chancellor Shirl Giacomi, and Superintendent of Catholic Schools, Mr.Gregory Dhuyvetter, are among the first visitors in Connelly’s new IDEAS Center.

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