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38 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 Announcing the Opening Lois James, D.D.S. General Dentistry New Patients Welcome m by appointment only Rt. 26, Ocean View 537-4500 Cardiac Rehab celebrates life with picnic in the sun Beebe Medical Center's Cardiac Rehab Department celebrated good quality of life during a picnic Tuesday, June 16, at Blockhouse Pond. "Cardiac rehabilitation is to be the beginning of a lifestyle change," said Cindy Horsman, R.N. "The idea is to stay with them every month. We still keep researching things...bring patients up to date on medications, for example. We try to keep them educated." Many patients use the exercise facilities at the YMCA and The Plantations to work out. Cardiac Rehab is currently working with the Sussex Family YMCA to develop a low-cost, eight-week program to assist cardiac patients with their exercise programs. The picnic was an education unto itself. Beginning with a session on cardiac diet basics, in- eluding menu planning, how to reduce salt and maintain flavor with other spices, and reduc- ing calories and fat. Following the workshop, participants were able to experiment with spices on grilled tuna steak, assorted vegetables and pasta salad. All who attended were Beebe Medical Center staff members, patients or Cardiac Rehab graduates. Family members were also included in the gathering. All left the picnic with tasty recipes to add to their personal cookbooks. Shown standing are (l-r) John Salovich, volunteer;, Charlie Fletcher, volunteer;, Ray Tomp- kins, volunteer;, Kathi Fryling, dietitian; Jim Monihan, vice president of professional affairs and quality commitment; and Angela McMillon. Seated are Cheryl Baldwin, YMCA program director;, Rita Jackson, R.N.; Don Wagner, volunteer, Horsman; and Sherry Daisey, R.N., car- diac team leader. Delaware Academy of Medicine wins $45,000 for AIDS library from the National Library of Medicine The Lewis B. Flinn Library of the Delaware Academy of Medi- cine applied for and received an outreach grant for $45,000 from the National Library of Medicine. The grant enables the Flinn Li- brary, in conjunction with the Delaware HIV Consortium, to of- . fer information services to people with HIV/AIDS, their caregivers and health professionals. This one-year project will es- tablish Internet connections at consortium-sponsored sites in all three counties and provide trained medical librarians to teach classes in searching the medical literature and locating information on the World Wide Web. Online training will focus on four National Library of Medicine databases: AIDSLINE - Citations to jour- nal articles, government and tech- nical reports, theses, abstracts of meeting proceedings and books (since 1980) covering research, clinical aspects and health policy issues AIDSTRIALS - More than 700 open and closed clinical trials of substances being tested for use against AIDS, HIV infection and AIDS-related opportunistic dis- eases AIDSDRUGS - A dictionary of more than 240 substances be- ing evaluated in the AIDSTRI- ALS clinical trials PubMed - More than 8 million f_e world of business is ruthless, cruel and cut-throat. Doyou have the heart for it? citations" to journal articles, since 1996,in all clinical areas For more information, contact Gail P. Gill, library director, at 656-6398. u've got to have what it takes to sue- " f ceed. And part of that is good, solid J health. That's what we're all about. We provide you with a highly personalized program that will help improve your fitness and nutrition. In fact, we'll even I Now I give you two free se,sio, with a | You Can Pay I qualified pe .... al trainer. Now [ Monthly I that ought to make your heart race. * EThe Firm Health CIub, Inc. The Health Club For Every-Body One On One Personalized Training Cardiovascular Conditioning Diet Counseling Camelot Shopping Center (302) 227-8363 BOARD CERTIFIED FAMILY PHYSICIAN Steven H. Berkowitz, D.O. An independent, private practitioner. Hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Daily * Accepting patients ages 2 and up. Participating with most insurance companies. Long Neck Professional Center, Suite B Long Neck Road, Millsboro, Delaware By Appointment Only 302-945-7200