Uh Oh, Your Child Swallowed Something: What Do You Do?
If you have a young child, you know how curious your little one is about everything. Because most young children identify objects through taste, anything...
Jan 11
Are Antidepressants Safe During Pregnancy?
While pregnancy has potential to be a joyous and exciting time for women, for those suffering with depression, it can bring an overabundance of fear and...
Jan 02
Is it Time to Seek Couples Counseling?
“A great marriage is not when the ‘perfect couple’ comes together. It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences.” This quote, from...
Dec 27
I Have An STI, Now What?
Although there is a growing number of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), also called sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), being diagnosed in America,...
Dec 26
Ringing In Your Ears? How To Make It Stop.
After a rock concert, you may leave the venue and yell to your friends all the way to the car about how great the encore was. For a couple of days after...
Dec 25
Should I Have My Tonsils Taken Out?
Are you suffering from recurring tonsillitis or having difficulty swallowing or breathing? You may need those little things in the back of your throat...
Nov 27 1
Do You Have Undiagnosed Asthma?
When you think of asthma, what comes to mind? A child using an inhaler? What you may not know is that asthma—a disease that makes it difficult to breathe—can...
Nov 25
Restoring Neck Mobility With M6-C Implant
A new implant recently approved by the FDA provides a noninvasive alternative to disc fusions, which allows patients to eliminate what's typically excruciating...
Nov 18
Managing Type 2 Diabetes During The Holidays
People with type 2 diabetes are used to monitoring everything they eat and drink. But doing so during the end-of-year holidays can be especially challenging....
Nov 17