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by Terri Yablonsky Stat

Those who suffer from hallux rigidus, or degenerative arthritis of the big toe, have new reason to lace up their gym shoes. A new cartilage resurfacing implant may allow these patients to maintain their active...

by Terri Yablonsky Stat

The next time you see a healthcare worker wearing scrubs in public, think twice. Sure, they look clean and authoritative, but there’s a health risk to wandering around town wearing this supposedly sterile garb....

by Terri Yablonsky Stat

For some people, it’s hard to imagine what’s worse: suffering from hemorrhoids, incontinence, sexual dysfunction or depression—or sharing the news with a doctor. Fortunately, communicating with one’s doctor...

by Mad Dog

We’re not getting dumber, we’re getting fuller. And I don’t mean our stomachs, I mean our brains. Think about it. Once upon a time all we needed to know was “Animal big. Me get smooshed,” “Berries pretty. Ogg...

by Robert Moskowitz

Sample Column with Two Letters Column #112 Parenting Your Aging Parents © Copyright 2006 by Robert Moskowitz Dear Robert: My brothers and sisters and I all live far away from my aged...

by Susan Perry

Hope & Healing By Susan Lynn Perry I’d like to paint a picture for you. Let me set the scene. Try to imagine, if you will, that you are the mother of a beautiful little baby boy. This baby is such...

by Susan Perry

The ABC’s of Autism By Susan Lynn Perry When I was a little girl, I can remember my parents having these wonderful dinner parties with the other families in the neighborhood. The kids would all be in the...

by Traci Seelye

Intro When you live through an eating disorder, something happens inside of you when you finally make it out alive. At least that’s the way I’ve experienced it. Today, I’m recovered, but this experience is...

by Mike Oppenheim

WHY YOU GET SICK By Doctor Mike Oppenheim Many of my patients know why they’re ill. They also blame themselves. In both cases they’re usually wrong. Here are the facts. You don’t get sick because: ...

by Mike Oppenheim

WHY YOU GET WELL By Doctor Mike Oppenheim What helps when you’re ill? Rest? Drinking plenty of fluids? Nutritious food or vitamins? Heat, ice, medicine? The answer: sometimes. Sometimes not. ...

by Fred Marmorstein

Americans spent $86 billion dollars between 1997 and 2005 on back and neck pain according to the February 13 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. What may be even more frightening? The use...

by Tess Brown

When I was a poor college student and working class single mother living on minimum wage I didn't worry about healthcare. Let me repeat that. I did not worry about healthcare. I could get coverage for just...

by Cc Brackman

Greening up the Beauty Shop By CC Brackman When hearing the phrase “good for you,” most people don’t associate those words with beauty salons. Brazilian Margarete Grespan, owner of Studio M Hair Design in...

by Bonnie Moret

The most difficult stressors in life are the ones that we create for ourselves. Our quality of life is not dependent on how much money we have, but on how much we enjoy and appreciate what we have, right here...

by Robert Soloway

Most people have heard the claims that the US healthcare system is broken. Many know that we overpay for our healthcare, about twice what other countries pay. Some people are also aware that the actual...

by E Claudette Freeman

Several years ago my mother found herself in one of the most traumatic experiences of her life - again. She was faced with surgery for cancer, at that particular occurrence, in her colon. Shortly before her...

by Kathryn E. Kelly, Dr.P.H.

Great news for your health -- beginning today, the US Food and Drug Administration says your spinach and iceberg lettuce can be irradiated to kill certain bacteria. Why should you care? Because irradiating...

by Leigh Zaykoski

In 2004, dozens of tissue banks and biomedical engineering firms recalled human tissue that had been processed over a two-year time span. From 2003-2005, these firms distributed vital organs and other human...

by Suzanne Kane

Do you want to lose weight but just can’t seem to stick to a regular diet? Now you don’t have to concern yourself with adding up calories and weighing every single item you consume. By following a few simple...
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