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Cholesterol in Kids

We think of high cholesterol as the punishing conclusion of many years of bad habits. Unfortunately, however, even young children can have high cholesterol. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that children be screened for ... Read More

Hungry? Reach for a Healthy Scoop of Reality

I have a secret diet that works for all children and families to ensure a healthy balance of fruits, vegetables, grains and proteins. It’s called: Reality. The reality is that healthy food options exist nearly everywhere now. From pre-cut ... Read More

Tips for a Good Night's Sleep

Often times my patients come into the office to discuss their challenges with sleep. Here are some of the things I discuss with them, which may help you the next time you head to bed: Remove all distractors of sleep. Start by removing the TV, and ... Read More

Preparing for Summer Travel

When we get ready to travel, we plan our itinerary and pack all of the necessities, but do we create a plan for our health? As a doctor with extensive experience in travel medicine, I am often asked for tips for healthy travel and below are my top ... Read More

Tips for a Good Night's Sleep

Often times my patients come into the office to discuss their challenges with sleep. Here are some of the things I discuss with them, which may help you the next time you head to bed: Remove all distractors of sleep. Start by removing the TV, and ... Read More

Preparing for Summer Travel

When we get ready to travel, we plan our itinerary and pack all of the necessities, but do we create a plan for our health? As a doctor with extensive experience in travel medicine, I am often asked for tips for healthy travel and below are my top ... Read More

Hot Tips to Understand Fevers

Generally speaking, fevers are not dangerous. While they are uncomfortable, most fevers that parents encounter are manageable and benign. Even many of the high ones. Still, there is nothing that gets parents hotter under the collar than a feverish ... Read More

Baby's First Year: Developmental Milestones

Babies go through an astounding amount of changes during their first year of life. From learning to crawl to hearing your baby’s first words, these developmental milestones can help parents and pediatricians track your child’s physical ... Read More

Three Most Common Conditions in Rheumatology

The field of Rheumatology is a subspecialty of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics that focuses on the diagnosis and therapy of complex rheumatic problems involving the joints, soft tissues, connective tissue disorders, and autoimmune conditions. There ... Read More

Arthritic Pain

There are over 100 different types of arthritic conditions and the management and treatment is vastly different from one to the next. As a Rheumatologist, I frequently get asked questions about one particular type of arthritis called osteoarthritis. ... Read More

Tips for a Good Night's Sleep

Often times my patients come into the office to discuss their challenges with sleep. Here are some of the things I discuss with them, which may help you the next time you head to bed: Remove all distractors of sleep. Start by removing the TV, and ... Read More

Preparing for Summer Travel

When we get ready to travel, we plan our itinerary and pack all of the necessities, but do we create a plan for our health? As a doctor with extensive experience in travel medicine, I am often asked for tips for healthy travel and below are my top ... Read More

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