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Woman conducting winter skincare in New York


Nov, 2016

Winter Skincare: How to Protect Your Skin in the Cold Weather

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In the winter seasons, you must take extra care to protect and moisturize your skin. The skin is the body’s largest organ and it needs to be taken care of since it protects the rest of the body. If you neglect your skin, everyone will be able to tell because it is the first thing that people notice about you. Freezing temperatures, dry air, and harsh winds can be very…

An older patient in New York with heart disease


Sep, 2016

Heart Disease in Older Patients

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Heart disease is the chief cause of death among both men and women above the age of 65 followed closely by cancer according to the U.S Department of Health and Human Services. The risk of developing heart disease increases as you age. The CDC approximates that heart disease affects 25% of women and 37% of men above the age of 65. Why is Heart Disease So Prevalent Among the Elderly?…

Dermatologist examining moles in NYC


Jul, 2016

How to Identify Dangerous Moles

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  For some people, a mole is merely a blemish that causes embarrassment. For approximately 40 to 50 percent of fair-skinned individuals who live to be 65, the mole or blemish ends up being a type of cancer. Skin cancer is one of the most common types of cancer, but many believe their mole or blemish is nothing. People, you included, must be cautious and recognize the signs to catch…

Woman with asthma in New York City


Apr, 2016

What Are The Differences Between Allergies and Asthma?

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Allergies and asthma co-occur in some individuals. However, this isn’t true for every person. In some cases, a person may only experience one or the other. The symptoms of the two can overlap so it is important to know the distinctions. Similarities Both conditions may affect the respiratory system. Allergies have the potential to cause wheezing, coughing and congestion, the same way asthma does. Both may potentially lead to inflammation…

Picture of a heart


Mar, 2016

The Dangers of Heart Disease

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Heart disease is a common concern for many individuals, especially because it’s the leading cause of death in the United States (U.S.). Approximately 610,000 people die each year in the U.S. from heart disease, which is the equivalent of…

Obese patient with Diabetes


Feb, 2016

The Complications of Diabetes

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Complications of Diabetes Diabetes affects every area of the body, including the organs. Symptoms are not always present, which makes this disease insidious. People with high glucose are twice as likely to develop heart disease or have a stroke, compared to people without. Uncontrolled glucose leads to damage in the nerves and blood vessels, which can lead to limb amputations. Those with diabetes are at risk of losing their eyesight,…

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