Do you know what to do if your child loses a permanent tooth? Here’s the short answer from pediatric dentist Trista Onesti, DDS.Read More
One of the most important things for every athlete to know is the difference between normal muscular soreness and fatigue vs. early symptoms of serious injury.
The original shingles vaccine was not recommended for those with compromised immune systems. But a newly approved vaccine may offer a better option for you if you have cancer.
Robotic-assisted joint replacement procedures are growing in popularity, thanks to customized treatment plans and the benefits of increased precision. Learn more.
Despite the rumors, comfort food and good nutrition are not diametrically opposed. Case in point: this delicious, creamy barley risotto.
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With a team approach involving the patient, surgeon and physical therapist, most athletes can anticipate a return to sports after spine surgery.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Registered dietitian Katherine Patton MEd, RD, CSSD, LD, answers this one about cholesterol.
Can cataract surgery add years to your life? A recent study suggests this conclusion, but it doesn’t prove that there’s a direct link.
Does a stiff, painful joint in an elbow, wrist or finger limit your daily activities? Find out if you’re a good candidate for joint replacement surgery.
You may have seen ads for a DNA stool test that can detect colorectal cancer. Do tests like this one, or the hemoccult test, help you avoid cancer? Colorectal surgeon James Church, MD, provides The Short Answer.