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Sometimes very simple things are the answers to difficult issues. Read my article and learn how breathing can help with stress.
If your teenage daughter is dieting, help her adopt habits that will give her a genuinely healthy body and a great body image.
Think you’re hitting the gym hard? You might not be doing as much as you thought.
High-intensity exercise raises your metabolic rate, even after you’ve finished. It also promotes positive change in the brain.
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A.B. Chemistry (highest honors), Williams College, 1964 - 1967M.D., University of California, San Francisco, 1968 - 1971
Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA, 1971 - 1972
Internal Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA, 1972 - 1973Anesthesia, University of California, San Francisco, 1975 - 1977
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Last Updated: February 13th, 2012
Smart steps that protect your eyes from leading causes of vision loss -- a risk for 61 million Americans -- can also keep you healthy. Check out the latest advice on guarding your vision. #1. Contact lens wearers: Clean up your act. If you’re among the 41 million Americans who wear contaRead More
The word Mediterranean is Latin for “middle of the Earth.” The Ancient Romans gave the sea this name because it was the center of the earth as they knew it. We know the sea is not the center of the world, but there are ever-more reasons for you to make the dietary habits of the region thRead More
In 2015, for the more than 45,000 people in the U.S. who had Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RNYGB) surgery, the gastrointestinal perils they encountered post-op were a lot more challenging than they expected. That’s because until now, researchers hadn’t clearly identified the bloating, gas anRead More
When Cole Porter penned “It’s delightful, it’s delicious, it’s de-lovely, he had no idea how destructive it might be to find yourself deficient. But researchers have discovered that in the lab, a least, a high-fat diet plus insufficient vitamin D increases your risk for develRead More
You can just imagine what drove New Yorker Tim Robbins to take the lead role in the 2007 vigilante movie Noise. Billed as a story “about a guy who had it up to hear (sic),” it tells the tale of a New York City man driven to destroy any parked car that has an ear-shattering alarm going ofRead More
From Ancient Greece through the 18th century, physicians believed that bloodletting expelled bad blood, or humors, out of the body, expelling disease at the same time. One unintended benefit of this treatment? Temporarily lowering high blood pressure. While the Ancient Greeks didn’t know aboutRead More
The New Year and its all-too-often forgotten resolutions are quickly sliding away. But before you settle into Groundhog Day and figure broken promises are just deja vu all over again (Thanks, Yogi B.), we want to offer you a guide to help you get your diabetes under control, and yes, even reverse itRead More
In the 1976 Mel Brooks film, Silent Movie, the only spoken word came from the famous mime Marcel Marceau: “Non!” An absurd moment, since mimes don’t speak. To us, this classic movie scene serves as a perfect analogy for the absurd way our society views addiction. The issue is mostRead More
Wouldn’t it be great if you could change your body so you could swim better or run faster when you worked out? Well, Canadian researchers have shown you can do just that by tapping into mental and physical powers you never thought you had! For the study, scientists had trained cyclists do a stRead More
In the movie The Social Network, a fictional depiction of the founding of Facebook, tech entrepreneur Sean Parker, played by Justin Timberlake, remarks, “We lived on farms, we lived in cities, and now we’re going to live on the Internet!” Turns out, living on Facebook isn’t aRead More
The expression “hot diggity dog” can be traced back to at least 1928. As singer Al Jolson wrapped up his recording of “There’s Rainbow ‘Round My Shoulder,” he can be heard saying, “Hot diggity dog…Didn’t I tell you you’d love it?” AmRead More
In Christopher Nolan’s 2002 thriller Insomnia, Al Pacino plays a detective who accidentally shoots his partner while trying to apprehend a suspect. His guilt, plus the never-setting Alaskan sun (that’s where he’s investigating the case) rob him of sleep, even when he’s past tRead More
In an episode of the comedy Parks and Recreation, the main character, Leslie Knope, fills her time during a two-week suspension from her job as deputy director of the Pawnee City Department of Parks and Recreation by forming a citizens’ action committee. She calls it PCP: Parks Committee of PaRead MoreHeather Neal like this.
Opioid addiction is a national epidemic—and so is chronic pain. Could there be a relationship? 1. In 2015, 2 million Americans had a substance use disorder involving prescription pain relievers. By the end of the year more than 33,000 people had died from opioid overdoses involving prescRead More
A mother suffering from depression can negatively affect her child's development. Watch this video as Dr. Mike Roizen and Dr. Ellen Rome talk about the effects of and remedies for postpartum depression.Read More