Curriculum Vitae

Margaret Aranda, MD, PhD   University Education/Training Activity/Degree/Institution B.A.  /   Biology, California State University, Northridge, Cum Laude N/A  /   Medicine  Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, Oklahoma M.D.   Medicine /  Keck USC School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California Anesthesiology /  Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California Critical Care  /  Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford,... Continue Reading →

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3 Newsbits for Nutrition

Take charge of your health - and where has the New Year gone already?! The next bites of food that you eat, well, they really matter! And your next footsteps are so important at tightening up your muscles and waistline! National Nutrition Month is under way, and we want you to be part of it... Continue Reading →

I Am A Writer

So thrilled! I've been writing and #amwriting my newest book, The Rebel Patient. In this excursion, my awareness prompts me to discover anew: I am a Writer I'm also an editor, as my brain automatically edits everything I read, finding spelling, punctuation, or expository writing presentation style mistakes with immediate error-detection. That's just how my brain... Continue Reading →

#4 – Four Ways to Treat DI

Please enter The Classroom. Public involvement is needed to save lives after head injury. Chances are that a teen was involved in a car accident, resulting in a head injury. Even as a teen in school, you may be the first to notice changes in your BFF. Your Best Friend Forever will thank you for... Continue Reading →

#2 – Five Tests to Diagnose a Brain Injury

One does not need to hit one's head to get a brain injury. It frequently occurs after a car accident, with much long-term sequelae. At least 5 million people are disabled from brain injury. Almost everyone is bound to know someone who has one, and if you are in the right place at the right... Continue Reading →

#1 – 10 Signs of a Brain Injury

For most people, a traumatic or acquired brain injury starts in the car. Two million Americans will get a brain injury this year. If there is lots of blood or broken bones on the car accident scene, or if someone is in a coma, a severe traumatic brain injury can be diagnosed on site. At first... Continue Reading →

#3 – Sweet Urine and D.I.

When you hear that someone is 'diabetic,' that usually refers to the formal name, diabetes mellitus. Mellitus is the Latin word for 'sweet like honey.' Historically, Egyptian manuscripts circa 1500 B.C. write of a disease associated with much urine output. Indians used the word,  madhumeha (‘honey urine’) because ants were attracted to the sugary urine.... Continue Reading →

Remembering Dementia: 15 Considerations for your Loved One

Dr. Aranda likes to emphasize positivity and quality of life. This post accentuates the benefits of recalling good memories.

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