Lung cancer is often called the silent killer because it often isn’t found until it’s progressed to an advanced stage. Men are slightly more likely to contract it than women, and need to be vigilant to prevent lung cancer.
If you have children or plan on having children, having a family doctor with pediatric experience on your team can make things much easier — especially as your child gets older, since they won’t have to switch doctors.
Multiple sclerosis, or MS, manifests in cycles, with periods of remission followed by flares that can make life extremely difficult. However, many people live long, fulfilling lives with MS. So why all the myths?
Living with diabetes can be difficult, but establishing good habits can make things easier. Here are five of the best management techniques to add to your everyday routine for better blood sugar control.
Acupuncture is surrounded by mystique. What’s the real deal on acupuncture, and could this innovative alternative treatment be right for you? Find out what’s myth and what’s fact when it comes to acupuncture.
Is your child’s behavior disrupting school or home life? If your child seems truly unable to control themselves, and they’re becoming violent, it might be time to seek professional help for their behavioral issues.
Is your life continually impacted in a negative way by ill health? You might have a chronic condition. Chronic care patients need ongoing support to stay as healthy as possible and keep symptoms under control.
Are you trying to fit in children’s health check-ups in between dealing with their educational needs, hobbies, and your own workload or studies? Here’s what you need to know about your child’s wellness schedule.
Are you due for an appointment with your primary care physician, but still worried about entering healthcare spaces due to COVID-19? Find out which appointments should be kept and what can safely be postponed.
We all want our kids to be safe as they experience the world, but it can be hard to know when we are protecting and when we are “helicoptering.” Here are five tips to help you keep your children safe this summer.
If you’ve been injured at work, your focus is on getting better so you can return to your job with confidence. Occupational medicine addresses the specific damage caused by your workplace injury so you can move forward.
Is traditional medicine not providing you with the type of whole health support you need and desire? Do you wish there was a holistic way to support your wellness? Integrative medicine might be the answer.
Does the onset of spring bring more misery than joy? You could be suffering from seasonal spring allergies, thanks to the increased amount of pollen in the air. Natural remedies can help alleviate your discomfort.
Cervical cancer awareness month is an opportunity to increase awareness of how women can best protect themselves. Pap tests are the best tool for detecting cervical cancer early and preventing it altogether.
Is high cholesterol the culprit when you develop angina? High cholesterol rarely has symptoms of its own, but it’s a major contributor to atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease. Dr. Amit Paliwal of Indus Healthcare explains why it could be.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.