June 2, 2022
By Paul Phelps, MD, FACS - A new drug could restore independence for people with a rare vision condition. For physicians like me, that’s exciting news.
May 6, 2022
By Robert Fekete, MD - Getting tardive dyskinesia is devastating for mental health patients who are getting back on track.
April 7, 2022
By Gregory S. Pokrywka, MD - A few of my patients are kids. Others are over age 90. But nearly all are overweight or obese.
March 3, 2022
By Robert Gish, MD As the country continues to battle one infectious disease, health officials are simultaneously refocusing efforts to…
February 10, 2022
By Johana R. Fajardo, DNP, ANP-BC - I walk with many amyloidosis patients throughout their journey, from diagnosis to end of life.
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.
December 2, 2021
Imagine for a moment your bathroom sink. Water flows from the faucet and drips down around the base. Over time, you will see mineral deposits if the area is not properly cleaned. This is an apt analogy for gout.
November 4, 2021
By James M. Tracy, DO - With every new treatment option, physicians have a better chance of getting it right for each individual patient.
October 4, 2021
By Michael D. Shapiro, DO, MCR - What if we – as a health care community – focused on cardiovascular disease prevention with the same level of intensity as we do treatment?
September 2, 2021
Headaches are just an excuse to avoid everyday responsibilities, society sometimes tells us, certainly not a “real” medical problem. My years of treating patients prove this stereotype utterly inaccurate.