By Dr. Frederick Peters Intermittent fasting has a plethora of benefits, however most people following this plan discourage eating breakfast. Here is why that is completely wrong. With intermittent fasting, […]
By Dr. Balaji Saravanan Winter brings warm blankets, hot drinks, and the holiday season. However, it also brings darker days. During this time, it’s not unusual to feel signs of […]
Explore crucial information about Alzheimer’s disease, a progressive and deadly brain condition affecting millions globally. Learn about symptoms, diagnosis, and available treatments to manage cognitive and behavioral health. November is Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month—take the time to understand and recognize the signs.
Discover effective weight loss strategies backed by research. Learn about long-term weight management behaviors, the Mediterranean diet, the role of exercise, and more from The Fitness Doctor, Dr. Frederick Peters.
Breast cancer is a common concern, and it’s essential to dispel some common myths. Dr. Mita Patel addresses these myths, including the misconception that having a lump guarantees breast cancer. Early-stage breast cancer may not present as a lump. Mammograms, the primary tool for detection, do not spread or cause cancer. There’s no scientific evidence linking deodorant, bras, cell phones, or hair dyes to breast cancer. While some risk factors are associated with genetics, being a woman over 40 is a more common risk. Importantly, men can also get breast cancer, making awareness and regular exams vital for all.
Fall sports are back, but so are sports-related injuries like concussions. Learn symptoms, prevention, and when to seek medical help.
Becoming a mom is a wonderful, and at times, daunting transition. The endless to-do list as you prep for baby and the deluge of information can be overwhelming. There are […]
By Sara Beldon, APRN, CNP *Sara Beldon, APRN, CNP, is a board-certified family nurse practitioner, serving patients at Mercy Health – Sheffield Primary Care. I spy with my little eye […]
By Dr. Sleiman Abukhater Summer is the prime time to take in some extra fresh air and Vitamin D. Staying healthy and safe is crucial – that’s where a summer […]
Health Matters: Disordered Eating vs. Eating Disorders: How Do I Know the Difference?By Dr. Valerie Nemeth It’s nearly impossible to open a social media app and not see at least […]