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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Prescription medications aren’t given to patients without a list of potential side effects and ingredients, along with proof that it worked and was ... Read More »
Many of you have heard about “fecal transplants” for the treatment of Clostridium Difficile (C. difficile) infection. While there is a “yuck ... Read More »
Start by adding fiber to your diet slowly. But start. Increasing fiber in the diet has many benefits including lowering blood cholesterol, helping to ... Read More »
It’s about the colonoscopy, the ugly stepchild of screening. More important than your mammogram or prostate cancer blood test (PSA), yet the test ... Read More »
In 2008, I wrote ... Read More »
It’s a new way to use an old thing. Prazosin (brand name is Minipress) has been used for high blood pressure and benign prostatic hypertrophy for ... Read More »
I know how I would have treated Aaron Alexis. As an Internal Medicine doc who spends time at LA-County USC Medical Center taking care of folks on the ... Read More »
E-cigarettes are the new nicotine patch. The E-cigarette is a battery-powered electronic nicotine delivery device that may help smokers quit smoking. ... Read More »
Uninsured and undocumented folks donate organs, but cannot receive them. This double standard is not new in the United States and physicians, like me ... Read More »
In short: repeat treatments on the same day. Aside from not getting it in the first place, it appears repeat treatments on the same day are the ... Read More »

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