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  1. 1. Living WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving WellLiving Well BEAUFORTMEMORIAL.ORGSUMMER 2016 PLUS Steve Carell is enjoying big-screen successand a new hip Moving Get ways to reap the benets of exercise34 KNEE REPLACEMENT PUTS BOATER BACK ON BOARD Healthy Numbers Didnt Reveal Blocked Arteries STAY SAFE WITH OUR SUMMER SURVIVAL GUIDE MEET A DOCTOR-NURSE PRACTITIONER COUPLE OUT OF THE WHITE COAT. See page 6.
  2. 2. Your time trumps downtime. For our new da Vinci Single-Site hysterectomy and gall bladder surgeries, surgeons employ state-of-the-art technology to remove tissue through a single, almost invisible incision in the bellybutton. This technique allows for a short, nearly painless recovery. And theres nothing greater than your time on your terms. beaufortmemorial.org Beaufort Memorial Hospital is the only medical facility in the area to offer these unique procedures, with several surgeons trained in them: Hysterectomy Christopher Benson, M.D. Gregory Miller, M.D. Patricia Thompson, M.D. Claude Tolbert Jr. M.D. Glenn Werner, M.D. Gall Bladder Perry Burrus, M.D. Deanna Mansker, M.D. Stephen Sisco, M.D.
  3. 3. Contents SUMMER 2016 54 The Right Turn After moving to Oldeld, Laura Beall found exactly what she needed in a new community: top-notch cancer care and great friends. FEATURES 9 Work It Most of us dont get the exercise we need, gym membership or not. 10 Too Hip to Quit Sitcom-star- turned-dramatic- powerhouse Steve Carell represents a new type of joint replacement patient: active and well under 65. 14 Bodies in Motion Sneaky ways to get more exercise into your daily life. Step one: Stand up! 22 Your Injury- Prevention Playbook You dont have to be a pro athlete to get hurt. Heres how to protect yourself while getting t. 28 The Science of Weight Loss What is meta- bolism, anyway? Tips on using science to promote weight loss. 49 Carefree Cruisin Boater Kathy McMahon is back on the water after a knee replacement at the Beaufort Memorial Joint Replacement Center. 52 Hidden Heart Hazards Leonard Allen, 74, felt ne and thought he was healthy. He was totally unaware his arteries were blocked, leaving him at high risk for stroke. Exercise doesnt just prevent future disease. It can improve your overall health, starting right now. PAGE 14 COVER PHOTO BY STEVE GRANITZ/CONTRIBUTOR; INSET PHOTO OF STEVE CARELL BY CBS PHOTO ARCHIVE/CONTRIBUTOR THE BIG STORY SUMMER 2016 1 INEVERYISSUE 2 Opening Thoughts 3 Introductions 4 Collected Wisdom 6 Out of the White Coat 32 The Quick List 33 This Just In 38 The Truth About Old Wives Tales 40 How To: Quit Smoking 42 Quiz: Freak Out or Chill Out? 44 At a Glance: Portion Control 46 In the Market: Blueberries 48 Health by the Numbers: Sleep 56 Foundation News 8Ask the Expert Physician assistant Buck Harvey explains the critical role of vitamin D in the body. Peanut butter for baby? PAGE 34
  4. 4. Opening ThOughTs Springtime has given us much to be thankful for today and even more to look forward to in the future. We recently celebrated two major milestones with the 25th anniversary of Harrison Peeples Health Care Center and the 10th anniversary of the Beaufort Memorial Keyserling Cancer Center. Besides celebrating 25 years of primary care for the Hampton County community, weve made Ob-Gyn services available to area residents with the additions at Harrison Peeples of a physician and a nurse practitioner who have access to maternal fetal medicine specialists through the Medical University of South Carolinas telemedicine program. Celebrating the Keyserling Cancer Center means celebrating our commu- nitys enormous philanthropic support for the center and, most important, the many cancer survivors who for the past decade could receive much-needed care close to home. With our recent affiliation with the MUSC Hollings Cancer Center, patients soon will have another reason to celebrate: continued access to National Cancer Institute-designated clinical trials in Beaufort. This spring we received approval from the state to move forward with plans for a $6 million renovation and expansion of our Collins Birthing Center; con- struction is scheduled to begin later this year. Weve also expanded Ob-Gyn services at our Beaufort Memorial Bluffton Medical Services location in Westbury Park with three board-certified physicians now providing care to women of all ages. Finally, all nine of our primary care providers at Lowcountry Medical Group Primary Care are accepting new patients. Theyre ready to help you live well, so no more excuses about getting that annual physical! As you can see, we have much to celebrate, and so do you. Now take a look inside for helpful tips on how to become and stay activeand the benefits of doing so. In good health, Rick Toomey President & CEO Beaufort Memorial Hospital MarkingMilestones andgrowth Living Well, a subtitle of Vim & Vigor, Summer 2016, Volume 32, Number 2, is published quarterly by MANIFEST LLC, 4110 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 315, Scottsdale, AZ 85251, 602-395-5850. Vim & Vigor is published for the purpose of disseminating health- related information for the well-being of the general public and its subscribers. The information contained in Vim & Vigor is not intended for the purpose of diagnosing or prescribing. Please consult your physician before undertaking any form of medical treatment and/ or adopting any exercise program or dietary guidelines. Vim & Vigor does not accept advertising promoting the consumption of alcohol or tobacco. Copyright 2016 by MANIFEST LLC. All rights reserved. Subscriptions in U.S.: $4 for one year (4 issues). Single copies: $2.95. For subscriptions, write: Circulation Manager, Vim & Vigor, 4110 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 315, Scottsdale, AZ 85251. Beaufort MeMorial Hospital president & Ceo Richard K. Toomey, DHA, FACHE BMH Board of trustees Terry Murray, Chair William Bill Himmelsbach, Vice Chair David Tedder, Secretary/Treasurer Andrea Allen, MS, LMSW Kathleen Cooper Mark Dean, MD David House Faith Polkey, MD James Simmons, MD ex-offiCio MeMBers Norman Bettle, MD, Chief of Staff Hugh Gouldthorpe, Foundation Chairman Bill McBride, Beaufort County Council Representative BMH editorial Courtney McDermott, Director, Marketing & Communications Sallie Stone, Editor and Marketing & Communications Content Manager Paul Nurnberg, Photographer produCtion Editorial editor-in-CHief: Meredith Heagney senior editor: Matt Morgan Copy editor: C.J. Hutchinson dEsign CHief art direCtor: Tami Rodgers art direCtors: Cameron Anhalt, Molly Meisenzahl senior art direCtor: Erica Brooks assoCiate art direCtor: Audrey Hall Production senior produCtion Manager: Laura Marlowe produCtion Manager: Jenny Babich direCtor of preMedia: Dane Nordine produCtion teCHnology speCialists: Julie Chan, Sonia Fitzgerald circulation senior direCtor, logistiCs: Tracey Lenz postal affairs & logistiCs Manager: Janet Bracco Client serviCes Client strategy and serviCes Managers: Mark Kats, Katie Murphy adMinistration CHief exeCutive offiCer: Jason Benedict svp, Business developMent HealtHCare: Gregg Radzely, 212-574-4380 CHief Content offiCer: Beth Tomkiw exeCutive art direCtor: Adele Mulford Beaufort Memorial Hospital 955 Ribaut Road Beaufort, SC 29902 843-522-5200 843-522-5585 Doctor Referral Service For address changes or to be removed from the mailing list, please visit mcmurrytmg.com/circulation. SUMMER 20162
  5. 5. INTRODUCTIONS NewMeMbersofYourTeaMBMH welcomes new doctors and nurse practitioners Kathryn Jones, FNP-BC Kathryn Jones, an advanced oncology certified nurse prac- titioner for 13 years at the former Sea Island Cancer Center, is now part of Beaufort Memorial Medical Oncology. Before joining Majd Chahin, MD, at Sea Island Cancer Center, Jones was on the Beaufort Memorial nursing staff, serving two years in the Emergency Department and two years on the hospitals third floor. Dan Smith, DO Beaufort Memorial Lowcountry Medical Group has added another board- certified family medicine special- ist to its staff. Dan Smith, DO, a graduate of Oklahoma State Universitys College of Osteopathic Medicine, brings more than 14 years of experience to the multispecialty practice. Smith has served as an ER and urgent care physician, ICU hospi- talist and hospice care medical direc- tor. Most recently he practiced at Pain Management Associates in Okatie. Suzanne Wolf, MSN, CRNP Longtime Parris Island nurse prac- titioner Suzanne Wolf specializes in gynecology and sees patients with Patricia Thompson, MD, at Beaufort Memorial Obstetrics & Gynecology Specialists. For 18 years, she served as primary care manager for active-duty military per- sonnel stationed at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot. Prior to becoming a nurse practitioner, Wolf spent 20 years as a U.S. Air Force Nurse Corps officer. Susanne Baisch, FNP-BC Advanced oncol- ogy nurse prac- titioner Susanne Baisch, formerly with Majd Chahin, MD, at Sea Island Cancer Center, has joined the medical oncologist at his new practice, Beaufort Memorial Medical Oncology. During her 17-year career as a healthcare provider, Baisch worked as both a nurse and a nurse practitioner at Beaufort Memorial Hospital and several Lowcountry medi- cal practices before joining Chahins practice in 2014. Patricia Thompson, MD Patricia Thompson, MD, a board- certified Ob-Gyn in the Lowcountry for 20 years, comes to Beaufort Memorial Obstetrics & Gynecology Specialists from Gynecology Associates of Beaufort, which she founded. Thompson, who specializes in gynecologic care and sur- gery (no longer delivering babies), sees patients in both Port Royal and Bluffton. She is the hospitals chief medical infor- mation officer. Majd Chahin, MD Majd Chahin, M