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Doctor avoiders, we all know and love them. Trust me, I understand when inertia has kept you away from the doctor and it feels kind of good. But then it gets weird; so keep these things in mind ... Read More »
With the first snow in Mammoth and Tahoe last week the injuries from snowboarding started to trickle in. Primary Care Doctors and Orthopedic surgeons know you love it, and we don’t want you to stop ... Read More »
Rarely do I ever call a child obese or overweight in the preschool years. I’ve learned that once that is mentioned during the course of a well-child-care exam, it takes away from the message that ... Read More »
We’ve all heard how important it is to eat right during pregnancy, and more research is being done regarding a mother’s nutrition before she even becomes pregnant. I recently posted about ... Read More »
In helping overweight and obese men and women achieve weight loss, can low-cost peer mentoring work as well as or better than more expensive treatment delivered by health professionals? Yes, ... Read More »
Everyone is aware that the type of food we ingest is related to our appearance and physical well-being, but what people are less aware of is the connection between how our brain functions and the ... Read More »
Alcohol use is a difficult paradox for physicians. You can use it safely, and it may improve health, but heavy alcohol results in catastrophic complications wreaking havoc on people’s lives. As you ... Read More »
By now the majority of consumers have read or heard about the variety of dangerous chemicals such as pesticides, coloring, preservatives, dyes, and additives that are contained within many of the ... 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 urine (and fill like a balloon,) and the other is ... 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 important than low-fat. According to the study, a low ... Read More »

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