Blog Posts

Cancer Patients Want More Information on Rx Switches

January 18, 2022

In some cases, patients switch between using similar medications without thinking twice. Aspirin and ibuprofen, for example, are both over-the-counter medications for treating minor pain. But not every swap is as easy to understand.

Overcoming Overactive Bladder Safely

January 13, 2022

By Michelle Van Kuiken, MD - When someone with overactive bladder goes to a restaurant, the grocery store or even a friend’s house, often the first thing they do is locate the bathroom. They may also stash adult diapers in their purse and keep an extra change of clothes in the car – just in case.

Staying Heart Healthy Helps Everyone

December 16, 2021

The pandemic pushed the nation’s health care system to the brink. Hospitals even turned patients away during surges. It’s a terrible scenario. And it should be a wake-up call.

Focusing on a Rare Threat for Transplant Patients

December 14, 2021

For many patients, an organ transplant is a beacon of hope; a kidney or bone marrow transplant can be lifesaving. Sometimes, though, these very procedures introduce new, often deadly threats to their health.