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Struggles with body image seem to be the focus of many studies. With the rise in eating disorders, and the dangers they present, much care has been taken to help young adults reframe their idea of ... Read More »
If you want to boost your brain power, put down your fork. According to a December, 2011 research study published in National Academy of Sciences Journal, there is a link between “energy ... Read More »
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 »
Egg white omelets and Egg Busters are popular ways to get around eating an egg, a real egg. Eggs are high in protein and low in carbs, which is great, but for years people have been told to stay away ... Read More »
When the Flu strikes, laughter is often the best medicine. And right now I could do with a taste of my own. You see, when you're flat on your back with the flu, like I am, the ceiling becomes a ... Read More »
“She/he can’t hear a word I say!” It drives family members crazy. Everyone knows someone with hearing loss and it is no joke. Two-thirds of adults over 70 have hearing loss and now we have ... Read More »
I have always been struck by how many of my patients reference Dear Abby when talking about a difficult decision they faced. Dear Abby’s advice spanned from basic to difficult moral issues. RIP ... Read More »
There are two seemingly simple components to making a baby: an egg and sperm. However, there are so many complex variables that affect the sperm and the egg. One of the main, unavoidable factors is ... Read More »
OK…influenza (AKA “flu”) season is upon us. In fact, some of you may have already had it and others may currently have it while reading this. But since a typical flu season often continues on ... Read More »
Flu stories are all over the news. As a primary care doctor, here are the questions I think you should be asking at this point in the flu season. 1. Am I too late for the flu shot? No, ... Read More »

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