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Taking calcium supplements has long been promoted because of its potential benefit on bone health. In the last few years,however, concerns have been raised about the potential adverse effect of high ... Read More »
Every year new medications and study results change the way we practice medicine. Many families will be affected by these new updates and recommendations. Innovation in medicine and science is ... Read More »
1. 'Tis the Season(al) Affective Disorder: Why Am I a Scrooge over the holidays? Mood is worse over the holidays. Recognize there is great debate here about whether 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 »
Mother Nature is picky; survival of the fittest is no joke in her book. You want to eat junk food, burgers, and fries? You want to treat your body like it doesn’t matter that you just ate a pizza ... Read More »
Obesity is a risk factor for diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea and other medical conditions that may contribute to heart problems. For a few years we have been baffled to see that studies ... Read More »
Disease has a hard time hitting a moving target. That’s what I tell my patients. If I told you there was a pill that would accomplish the following things, would you take it? Well, here is the ... Read More »
Sleeping 6-8 hours a night appears to be the sweet spot. Sleeping too much or too little appears to put your heart at risk according to large study just released. People who slept less than 6 ... Read More »
Are you familiar with the term clean eating? The editors of Clean Eating magazine state that the basic idea is "consuming food in its most natural state, or as close to it as possible." Clean ... Read More »
Whether its knee replacement, lumbar spine surgery, or hysterectomy; most of the anxiety my patients have about their upcoming surgery is about pain they will have after surgery, and potential nausea ... Read More »

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