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We all love a good hearty laugh but some of us just aren’t getting our proper daily dose. In August 2011, research was presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Paris that ... Read More »
1. The rash she is complaining about starts fading when you rub it a little (she forgot to use the permanent marker.) 2. He tells you his throat really hurts but you just saw him eat ... Read More »
1 out of 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during the course of their life time. And over a quarter of women who develop breast cancer have children living at home. So it goes without ... Read More »
This is a question that I am frequently asked by non-patients. Friends or acquaintances, who I would not be able to see in my own practice because of our personal relationship, are often curious ... Read More »
The connection between stress and its effects on the body are being studied in every area of medicine. While the exact relationship is not understood, doctors do know that stress alters all facets of ... Read More »
“I am your father, not your friend.” It seems that many parents struggle with this distinction. That being a parent, a good parent, is not about friendship. And that being the “cool ... Read More »
Dr. Oz, Sharecare and Weight Watchers are on a mission to transform the nation with 7 key steps to weight loss and healthy living that ... Read More »
About a third of the young men and women recruited by the army are "too fat to fight." That alarming ... Read More »
A new book called Maggie Goes On a Diet, by Paul M. Kramer, is stirring up a world of controversy before it has even been published. The book is about a 14 year old girl who is desperate to ... Read More »
We are surrounded by stress every day. It is inescapable. But how much of that stress is our own and how much of it do we catch from others around us? It is fairly hard to tease out where one ... Read More »

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