Which way is your health going? Up or down? Or maybe sideways? In other words, do you feel as good as you should?
A recent study illustrates the link between gentrification and mental health.
The cold virus is usually put to rest by “killer cells” produced by our body’s magnificent immune system.
In recent years, genetics has become a hot topic in popular culture, frequently making news headlines and serving as a key theme in movies and TV shows—and for good reason: our genes are what make us unique.
Heart failure is becoming more and more common.
Well, today, I would like to give you those three words with a little variation as you cross the street called Life, First, I would suggest that you stop complaining about every little pain you feel.
Maybe you want more energy, or perhaps you want to lose weight and keep it off for good. Whatever your goals, a new year means a fresh start to become the best version of yourself.
Why do we buy so much? Why do we need so much? I personally believe that the more one buys is related to how much depression one is experiencing.
After leaving a holiday party, the bright lights you see should be from decorations, not from police cars or a hospital emergency room.
My first introduction to an ethnic cookie was the gingerbread boy or girl that I saw in the window of my local bakery.
Mount Sinai Health System recently opened a new, full-service center called Mount Sinai Express Care that offers immediate care for minor injuries and illnesses.
We’ve all lost our balance—slipping on ice, getting knocked down in a sport, tripping over a toy or perhaps from feeling dizzy.
Saturday, Dec. 8, The Three Doctors— Sampson Davis, M.D., Rameck Hunt, M.D. and George Jenkins, DMD—will host a Holiday Health Basketball Benefit in partnership with the Franklin Board of Education.
Recently, it has been reported that an increase in the intake of vitamin D has resulted in preventing early death caused by heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
The holidays are a time for family and friends to gather and share laughs, memories and perhaps a drink or two. But for people recovering from an addiction, all that alcohol often present at special events can be worrisome.