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Your Healthiest Self: A Decade-by-Decade Guide

Your Healthiest Self: A Decade-by-Decade Guide

Your health is your most valuable asset, and it's important to take steps to protect it at every age. I have had many conversations with patients, family members, and friends regarding preventive medicine and strongly encourage self-advocacy. Screening tests can save...

Listening to Our Body’s Signals: Heart Disease

Listening to Our Body’s Signals: Heart Disease

Far too often, our bodies send us subtle, but crucial signals that something is wrong, yet we tend to dismiss them, planning to address them later. I've encountered countless patients who've uttered the phrase, "I was going to get it checked out eventually," during my...

Stroke: Time Equals Brain

Stroke: Time Equals Brain

I often reflect on my years spent in the emergency room, and if I had a nickel for every time I uttered the phrase, "I wished you came sooner," my pockets would be considerably heavier. This sentiment holds especially true when dealing with acute emergencies like...

Journaling for Mental Health

Journaling for Mental Health

Journaling is a simple but powerful tool that can be used to improve mental health. It involves writing down your thoughts, feelings, and experiences in a private journal. Journaling can help you to: Reduce stress and anxiety. Writing down your worries and concerns...

Acute Appendicitis

Acute Appendicitis

This is likely one of the most common surgical emergencies in children. Although appendicitis can strike at any age, it typically affects older children to young adults. The appendix is a vestigial organ used during our formative years to complement our immune systems...