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Move over alcohol, fatty liver is taking over as the most common cause of liver problems in the United States. There are two types of fatty liver disease one more worrisome than the other. If you ... Read More »
We know that there are a number of bad habits that contribute to poor overall health. Among those habits are smoking, substance use or abuse, and overeating, to name just a few. When people are ... Read More »
During recent years, much has been written about anorexia and bulimia, and for good reason. Both are devastating disorders that often destroy a woman or girl’s life as well as that of her family. ... Read More »
There are two books, Heart and Soul by Bruno Cortis, MD, and The Heart's Code, by Paul Pearsall, which were among the first popular books to explore the subject of the function of the ... Read More »
According to a recent study from Johns Hopkins, physicians build significantly less emotional rapport with their overweight and obese patients. We all know negative attitudes exist toward obese ... Read More »
Foodies, Chew-watchers, and enjoyers of life, alert: Health educator, TV host, and author Daphne Oz has a new book out. Hitting store shelves ... Read More »
During the course of my well-child-care visits (AKA physicals), I often bring up the topic of portion control with patients (pending their age if appropriate) and their parents/caregivers. And often ... Read More »
No, it is not your responsibility but women know men don’t go to the doctor as often as they should. As a primary care doctor I give you permission to nag, gently, to help your man stay healthy. ... Read More »
Mankind has had pets for tens of thousands of years. While we're not sure when the first human adopted his or her first pet, we know that the bond between human and animal goes back to ancient ... Read More »
Whether training for a 10K or a marathon, overuse injuries will likely come to haunt you. Running is one of the world’s most popular forms of exercise with 40 million Americans running regularly. ... Read More »

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