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Next time you find yourself at a party or wandering the snack aisle at your local grocery store, skip the chips and dip and head for the nuts. A handful of nearly any variety – from walnuts to ... Read More »
This time of year has its perks: snowmen, hot cocoa and this year, the Sochi Olympics. But let’s face it, winter has downsides, too. Frigid temperatures, dry air and lack of sunshine can do a ... Read More »
Researchers just came up with a new way to save us from hair loss. Don’t underestimate the impact of androgenic alopecia (hereditary hair loss) in men and women. Propecia (finasteride) has offered ... Read More »
It is never easy when the roles between parent and child need to be reversed, but it is more often than not the way life plays out. As people age and health declines, adult children often step-up to ... Read More »
When folks find out I’m a pediatrician, most think I’ve seen or encountered just about every pediatric medical condition ever diagnosed. And while I’ve seen my share over the years as a ... Read More »
The U.S. Surgeon General is continuing to add to the official list of diseases caused by smoking cigarettes nearly 50 years after the government first issued a report on the link between smoking and ... Read More »
The winter weather outside might be frightful, but your skin can stay delightful. That’s right! Say goodbye to chapped lips and dry, cracked skin. We’ve got five tricks to take your ... Read More »
This will not be a downer at all. As you will see, much of what you do in your fifties is about prevention and staying healthy. Read on my friends to see what you may have coming your way in your ... Read More »
A brief at-home test newly designed by researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center may be able to detect early signs of dementia. The test, which can be self-administered with ... Read More »
Brief periods of cognitive training in areas such as memory, reasoning and speed-of-processing may significantly improve cognitive ability and daily functioning for seniors, according to a new study. ... Read More »

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