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42 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 Noted nutrition expert to speak in Lewes Gertie Hiilman, of Gertie's Greengrocer, in conjunction with Beebe Medical Center's department of integrative health, will pre- sent Ann Louise Gittleman, certified nutri- tion specialist, for a community service lec- ture, "Take Charge of Your Health (before, during, and after menopause)" from 2 to 4:30 p.m., Saturday, July 18, at the Bethel Methodist Church in Lewes. The lecture is geared toward women ages 35 and older, but anyone is welcome to at- tend. Gittleman, M.S., C.N.S., is one of the country's foremost nutritionists, with a background in both tra- ditional and holistic health. She graduated from Connecticut College and stud- ied at the New York Institute of Dietetics, and earned a master's degree in nutrition education from Teacher's College, Columbia University. Prior to writing her first book, the bestseller, "Be- yond Pritikin," Gittleman was nutritional director at the Pritikin Longevity Center in Santa Monica, Calif. She currently consults with a broad spectrum of pro- fessionals, including medical doctors, corporations, universities, environmental health clinics and spas. Gittleman was awarded the prestigious "Excel- lence in Medical Communications Award" for her In 1993, she released the books, "Guess What Comes to Dinner: Parasites and Your Health; and "Super Nutrition for Menopause." In 1996, she released a revised version of "Beyond Pritikin," as well as "Super Nutri- tion for Men," and "Your Body Knows Best." Her latest books are "Get the Sugar Out, Get the Salt Out," "The 40/30/30 Phe- nomenon," and "Before the Change: Taking GITTLEMAN Charge of Your Perimenopause." Listed in the "World Who's Who for Women," Gittleman became a certified nutrition specialist in 1993 and was named in "Self" magazine's "Ten Knowledgeable Nutritionists" (Aug. 1993). She is currently the 1997 and 1998 "Rejuvex Woman," appearing in national television and radio. She has been interviewed by "Newsweek," "Seven- teen," "Harper's Bazaar," "Family Circle," "Me- Call's" and "The New York Times." "Women cannot afford to miss this electrifying lecture. Join me in welcoming America's leading women's nutritionist to our area, and come out and experience Ann Louise's dynamic speaking style and her expertise on women's health issues. Reservations may be made by calling Beebe Med- ical Center, 645-3756, or Gertie's Greengrocer at FREE ANONYMOUS H IV TESTI N G every Thursday Sussex County AIDS Committee, Inc. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ASSOCIATES IN MEDICINE, P.A. second book, "Super Nutrition for Women." Saberi publishes Beebe Medical Center endocri- nologist Dr. Mansour Saberi, Dr. Zubair W. Baloch and Dr. Vir- ginia A. Livolsi of the Universi- ty of Pennsyl- vania Medical Center Depart- meat of Pathol- ogy and Labo- ratory Medi- cine, recently coauthored an article titled, 8ABERI "Simultaneous Involvem.ent of. , Thyroid by Reidil's Disease and Fibrosing Hashimoto's Thyroidi- tis: A Case Report." The paper was recently pub- lished in "Thyroid Magazine," the official journal of the American Thyroid Association. The publication reports a rare and coincidental combination of Reidel's disease and fibrosing Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Hashimoto's thyroiditis, more common in women, is associated with the swelling of the thyroid gland and hypothyroidism and is closely linked to Grave's disease, goiter or enlargement of the thy- 645-8052. journal article on roid gland. Reidel's disease is a rare chronic inflammatory condi- tion affecting the thyroid gland. Symptoms are painless enlarge- ment of the thyroid, often with pressure symptoms due to tracheal and esophageal involvement. The patient whose case is re- ported was referred by her family physician to an endocrinologist. She presented with a history of re- cent weight gain, cold intolerance and a lump in the fight side of her neck. _ -ffhe combinatibn of smptoms led the physicians to believe they were dealing with a unique dis- ease, showing features of both fi- brosing Hashimoto's thyroiditis and Reidel's disease. No malignancy was found; the case does not represent malignant lymphoma arising in Hashimoto's thyroiditis, because histologic evi- dence of lymphoma was not seen. To date, nine cases have been reported in the English literature that showed features of both fi- brosing Hashimoto's thyroiditis and Reidel's disease. However, only four of those case reports describe simultane- my oid disease ous involvement by both diseases. The remaining five cases did not show simultaneous involve- ment of the thyroid gland by Hashimoto's thyroiditis or Rei- del's disease and the time interval between these entities in the same patient ranged from 6 months to 26 years. The three physicians believe these processes are distinct and feel it is important to recognize the clinicopathological features of both,-tas some historical features may overlap and be a cause of misinterpretation. In this regard, appropriate clinical studies and testing may be helpful. NANCY A. UNION, M.D. KEVIN P.S. WALLACE, M.D. RENATA B. DIDYK, M.D. SUE ISSACS, P.A.-C Internal Medicine Ages 16 and Up 645-6644 119 W. Third Street, Lewes, DE Hours Monday-Friday by Appointment New Patients Welcome Accepting Medicare Principal Health Care AmeriHeaith Blue Cross/Blue Shield MAMSI Aetna-US Healthcare SUSAN L. ROGERS, M.D., EA. announces the affiliation of CHARLES A. STANISLAV, M.D. BOARD CERTIFIED IN BOTH PEDIATRICS & INTERNAL MEDICINE Diabetic education classes meet in July Beebe Medical Center is offer- ing diabetic education classes for diabetics and their families, dur- ing a seven-week course begin- ning Monday, July 6. The class will meet from 4 to 6 p.m. at Beebe School of Nursing. Topics will include day-to-day disease control, diabetes symp- toms and prevention, and treating complications. The cost is $79 for the entire program or $15 for one class. Call 645-3251 to register.. Arthritis group cancels summer meetings Beebe Medical Center and the Arthritis Foundation will not host a support group meeting again un- til September. For more informa- tion, call 645-3263. CPR recertification class starts Thursday, July 9 Beebe Medical Center is offer- ing a cardiopulmonary resuscita- tion (CPR) recertification course, from 9 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Ju- ly 9. The cost is $25 and is open only to those currently certified in CPR. For more information or to orqg!ster, ca/! 645:3248. ....... . BEGINNING AUGUST 3, 1998 300 for appointments. PROFESSIONAL BUILDING SAVANNAH RD., SUITE 2 LEWES, DE