“Low testosterone” is at best a relative set of terms and at worst a misnomer. Scan the cable channels on your TV and you’ll invariably find it—that commercial, talk show segment or infomercial about what’s become a pervasive and trendy…
Knowing the Difference Can Save a Life Women are different from men in many ways, and it may be surprising to learn that hearts and heart health are important differences. Still, it’s true. Research has found that women have their…
The recent measles outbreak brings this issue back in the spotlight. With our current immunization schedule, kids get 24 injections against 14 different diseases before they’re 2 years old—sometimes involving 5 injections in one visit. At a time when many…
What to look for when choosing an obstetrician and hospital to deliver your bundle of joy. Deciding to start a family comes as one of the most important decisions in a woman’s life—-quickly followed by a slew of other decisions…
It could be more than just a case of the winter blues. Many people are affected each year by Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a form of depression that, as the name suggests, is directly related to the seasons. SAD is…
Since the 1990s, over 12 million people worldwide have had this surgery. Many people would enjoy a life less dependent on glasses and contacts. No more cloudy glasses in the rain; no more running out of contact lenses or solutions.…
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