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Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum Recommends Watermelon As Part Of A Healthy And Balanced Diet

Friday, April 12th, 2019

Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum serves Bronxcare Health System as the Chairman of orthopedics. He specializes in surgery for joints including hip replacements, shoulders and knees. The focus of his practice is correcting bones, ligaments and muscles. He solves the issues of his patients including New York high school, college and professional sports players. Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum […]

Advancements In Orthopaedics Through Research & Teaching Featuring Dr. Panos Gikas

Thursday, January 24th, 2019

Dr. Panos Gikas is passionate about the field of orthopaedics. This is a gentleman who is keenly focused upon altering the course of the next generation of endoprosthetic joint replacements and furthering the application of photodynamic therapy as applied to prevention of infections. He has studied at great length and is the credited author of […]

Mark Mofid Transforms the Plastic Surgery Industry

Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Hardly will you hear anything related to gluteal augmentation in the news. Whenever it is mentioned, it is associated with medical malpractices or something similar. Although this industry has a terrible background, Dr. Mark Mofid has been working towards changing its practices and strategies in order to transform it for the better. Dr. Mofid is […]

Lifeline Screening is a Pre-Emptive Strike Against Future Bad Health

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Unfortunately, we live in a phase where many people forego regular visits to their doctors and consequently don’t maintain their state of good health as they probably should. There are many ailments and diseases where the symptoms are absent of minor at the outset of the disease. Cancer and heart problems are two such examples […]

Capitol Anesthesiology Associates Takes Pride in Patient Satisfaction

Friday, December 23rd, 2016

Anesthesiologists work hard to ensure that patients are at ease during surgeries. Capitol Anesthesiology Association is a large group of doctors that specialize in anesthesiology. Capitol Anesthesiology Association or CAA was established in 1973 and today has grown to serve twenty medical facilities. All eighty doctors are board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology […]

Highly Recommended Doctors in Texas

Monday, January 18th, 2016

Jennifer L. Walden, MD, hails from Austin Texas, where she grew up. She was lucky to be born in a family of medical practitioners. Her father, who passed away, was a dentist, and her mother was in the nursing field specializing in surgery. Her parents, who had five children, including Jennifer Walden, stressed the importance […]

Dr. Jennifer Walden Can Feel Great About Her Accomplishements

Thursday, October 22nd, 2015

Dr. Jennifer Walden is the kind of woman who is not about to be stopped from doing all that she is determined to do once she sets her mind to it. She knew a long time ago that she wanted to be a cosmetic surgeon, and that she wanted to do things right by all […]

Why Switching Doctors May Not Give Better Results

Friday, June 12th, 2015

Let’s say that you don’t like your current doctor and are looking to change physicians to see if you can get a better quality of care. When you finally switch doctors, you find that the new doctor suggests the same medications and treatments that the old doctor has suggested. This baffles you because you thought […]

What Does Gates Know About Contraceptives

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

What does Bill Gates know about contraceptives? Apparently, more than the medical community expected. He’s set to have a microchip contraceptive ready for the public by 2018. Women have gotten used to implants beneath the skin, intrauterine devices, oral contraceptives and surgery for permanent options. But, a microchip?! What’s next, a neurological stimulator that prevents […]

Myths and Hopeful Realities About the Miracle of Sight

Saturday, April 4th, 2015

People hold many myths about eyesight. Some think that diet or vitamins or minerals can actually improve suboptimal vision when this is really only possible through glasses, contacts or, in the case of certain vision problems, corrective laser surgery. Others believe that looking at a computer screen throughout the day or reading too much fine […]