The Obesity Epidemic: Are We Addicted To Sugar?

January 24th, 2017

In my mind, as someone who has treated obesity for close to 20 years, the increasing consumption of simple carbohydrates leading to sugar addiction is a sentinel reason for the growing obesity epidemic. By Mitchell Roslin MD, Director of the Bariatric Surgery Program at Northern Westchester Hospital.

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Cervical Stenosis: Symptoms and Effective Treatments

January 24th, 2017

It may start as a slight clumsiness in picking up a coin or a subtle numbness in one hand. But that could signal the start of a serious problem that doesn’t originate in the hand at all, but rather in the cervical (neck) spine. In this post, I help you understand the condition called cervical […]

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Empowering Women with a Breast Cancer Risk Assessment

January 16th, 2017

Do you need a breast cancer risk assessment? If you are shaking your head “no” because you believe you have no breast cancer risk factors, prepare to be surprised. At least 75 percent of women in the U.S. who develop the disease are not high-risk; they are either low- or average-risk. That makes a breast cancer […]

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