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With the holiday season in full swing, the joy and sharing of the season is what we all look forward to. Unfortunately, there are things that can directly or indirectly impose on the festivities, and ... Read More »
An often-proclaimed fear of my perpetually single clients is their belief that when people get married they stop having sex. I have actually heard this as a rationalization for why they have a fear ... Read More »
The holidays are here and with that always a good time to remind folks of some important safety tips. So with a big thanks to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and some input from me, here ... Read More »
Do you know someone who has been diagnosed with diabetes or is prediabetic? Maybe you are one of these people. Here are six tips to keep your holiday fare diabetes friendly:
1. Pay ... Read More »
Most sleep-medicine doctors report that their practices are overwhelmingly dominated by women. Reports have shown that almost 3 in 10 women are now using some type of sleep-aide, at least a few ... Read More »
Whether a mother struggles with depression, a college student suffers from anorexia, or an adolescent abuses alcohol, collateral damage exists within nearly every family. Perhaps it’s a husband ... Read More »
I’m sure many of you have heard my rants about the direction our health care system is going. You’ve heard my concerns of the number of children who are under-insured or who have no insurance ... Read More »
As it is almost cold and flu season once again, now is a good time to pro-actively support the system that keeps us well and fights the germs and flu bugs that cause cold and flu – our immune ... Read More »
People cause intentional harm to their bodies for a myriad of reasons. In general self-injury, also known as self-mutilation, deliberate self-harm syndrome, self-cutting and self-wounding, is a way ... Read More »
Although I would be the first to agree there is nothing more rewarding than having a child, I must also share that those first few months of a baby’s life can be the most exhausting, frustrating, ... Read More »

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