The Power of Positive Thinking on Your Health

You’ve likely heard the old Ben Franklin adage, “You are what you eat.”  Turns out, that Mr. Franklin was correct about that – what you feed your body becomes your body.  Eat good food and you’ll have good health.  Well, the same thing applies to your thoughts.  Many medical researchers now believe that your thoughts … Read more

How Your Heart-Connections Influence Your Health

There’s a humorous scene in a popular, comedy film where boomer-aged Jack Nicholson’s character, Harry, is rushed into the emergency room clutching his chest thinking he’s having a heart attack. The young ER doctor asks him, “what were you doing before the pain started? ” to which he answers, “arguing with a woman”.  The doctor … Read more

Does Your Diet Include The Best Anti-Inflammatory Foods?

The New Year is just beginning and many of you have resolved to make some healthy changes in your life.  Some of you may want to lose a few pounds, or plan to get more exercise, which are both important changes to make. However, you may not be aware that one of the easiest, yet … Read more

Prevent Obesity and Its Complications By Boosting Adiponectin

I know you want to keep your weight in a healthy range just because it makes you look and feel your best.  But did you also know that keeping a healthy weight will also help prevent the serious complications of obesity, like type 2 diabetes and heart disease?  It’s true. By keeping a healthy weight … Read more

Are You Always Tired? Here’s What Could Be Causing It

One of the most common complaints I hear from my patients is, “I just feel so tired all the time.” With our modern lives, it’s not hard to understand why.  Jam-packing activities, work and other things into your daily life, and just not getting enough sleep, are some of the most common causes of being … Read more

Psoriasis: New Hope Through Research

August is psoriasis awareness month. Several of my patients are afflicted with psoriasis as are an estimated 7.5 million Americans. Thousands more will be diagnosed this year.  Psoriasis is a somewhat common disorder of the autoimmune system that causes skin cells to multiply 10 times faster than normal. Instead of shedding off, these skin cells … Read more

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Your Genes May Be The Cause

For years, doctors and researchers have wondered why some people developed PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) after serious traumatic events and others didn’t.  Even in my own patients, some who had experienced significant personal losses, or trauma, didn’t develop the condition.  Yet, other patients who had experienced seemingly less-severe incidents went on to develop full blown … Read more

May Is Mental Health Month – Do More For 1 In 4

May is mental health awareness month and I’d like to make you aware of two special themes this year.  First, did you know that 1 in 4 Americans live with a diagnosable, treatable mental health condition? It’s true. And yet, like my patients who have such conditions, most live full and productive lives. Second, many … Read more

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