I hope this letter finds you happy and healthy. I am writing to inform
you of an upcoming... Read more
May marks National Stroke Awareness Month, so we want to do our part to spread the word. As the American Stroke Association says, “Act FAST,” when you notice... Read more
That *tickle,* *itch* and *burn* (aaaachooo!) in the back of your nose, eyes and throat are sure signs it’s allergy season.
In fact, any season can be allergy... Read more
You can sense and experience your brain thinking, you feel your heart beating, you make your lungs expand and contract with the breath – but it’s very rare... Read more
Swimmer’s ear used to be a summertime concern but now, in an era of indoor pools, gym memberships and backyard hot tubs, we see an increasing number of... Read more
Erectile function – the ability to achieve and maintain an erection – naturally wanes as we age because humans weren’t designed to be fertile forever. That being said,... Read more
The human body is an interesting interplay of hard and soft. The hard parts, like bones, typically have two main roles – provide structure/form and to protect softer,... Read more
There is a tendency to assume that “no news is good news” with the body; or, should we say, “no symptoms are good symptoms.” And, while it’s true... Read more
Tongue-tied infants struggle to breastfeed and can experience difficulty speaking down the road. Fortunately, a simple, outpatient surgery will repair your baby’s tongue-tie quickly and safely.
Preparing yourself and... Read more
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