Primary Care Physician
Dr. Orrange received her BA in Biology at the University of California, San Diego, and a Masters Degree in Health Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health. She received her MD from the USC Keck School of…
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This is the month where we team up to encourage folks to report abuse, request arrests and seek ... Read More »
1. It’s complicated: The bladder has two functions that are totally opposite of the other. One is to relax and stretch out so it can store ... Read More »
A Swedish medical team has transplanted uteruses from two women in their 50s to their daughters. In the United States there is a group in Indiana ... Read More »
Skin and tonsils are related? Would a tonsillectomy help people who have psoriasis? We don’t know. What we do know is that patients with psoriasis ... Read More »
A recent finding of the Women’s Health Initiative was not good for low-fat diets, and may give more fuel to the idea that low-carb is more ... Read More »
Organic produce, dairy, and meats often cost twice as much as conventionally grown products. They are expensive and those of us buying organic should ... Read More »
Patients often don’t want to bring up the discussion of acne during an office visit. If it is bad enough to bother you, it bothers us. So be a ... Read More »
A recent study showed some interesting results. Iron supplementation reduced fatigue in menstruating women who are not anemic but have low ... Read More »
On Aug. 16, seven-time Tour de France–winning cyclist Lance Armstrong announced he was giving up his fight against doping charges leveled by the ... Read More »
Any lump that appears on your body should be checked. The most common lump you will notice are lipomas which are harmless lumps that usually don’t ... Read More »

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