If you’re frustrated by stubborn fatty spots and bumps that refuse to budge no matter how conscious you are of your diet or how much you exercise, there’s an innovative body contouring treatment available for which you may be a candidate. Learn more here.
High blood pressure is known as “the silent killer,” but there are actually signs that point to it if you know what to look for. It’s critical to know your blood pressure and to manage it effectively if it’s elevated. Learn more here.
If you live with diabetes, managing it well is critical. If you don’t, you're at risk for a host of worrisome complications. Learn the key steps you can take to manage your diabetes well and lower your risk for these problems, here.
The holidays are filled with fun and festivities, but they’re not always so good for your waistline. If you’re trying to lose weight or you just don’t want to gain, these tips can help you enjoy the holiday fare without adding pounds.
Type 2 diabetes is an epidemic in the United States, and children and younger people are increasingly being diagnosed. Learn how you can prevent a diabetes diagnosis by enacting healthy lifestyle habits, here.
High blood pressure is a silent disease because typically there are no symptoms, yet it raises your risk for life-threatening health crises, including stroke and heart attack. Learn how exercise lowers blood pressure, and which workouts are ideal.
Diabetes is a chronic condition that can seriously impact your health in many ways. Sound management of your diabetes is essential, and physical exercise is pivotal to controlling your blood sugar. Learn more here.
The brittle bone condition known as osteoporosis puts you at risk for fractures and causes other problematic symptoms. Learn about the important role diet plays in bone health, and what a good-for-your-bones diet looks like, here.
Your blood pressure tells your doctor much about your health, especially your risk for a range of serious, sometimes life-threatening conditions. Learn what a healthy reading is, how to lower your blood pressure if necessary, and more, here.
If not managed well, diabetes, whether type 1 or type 2, can lead to diverse and devastating health consequences. Learn about how this disease can impact your health, and how important it is to partner with your doctor to control it.
Have you ever wondered if and when you should be tested for a sexually transmitted disease (STD)? Learn why it’s important to screen for a wide variety of STDs, what the ramifications are of avoiding screenings, and more, here.
As we recognize National Heart Month, think about whether you’ve had your cholesterol checked lately. Unhealthy cholesterol levels put you at risk for serious conditions, but there are things you can do to improve them with your doctor’s help.
Urinary incontinence is a profoundly embarrassing problem that negatively affects your self-esteem and every interaction you have. It’s also not just a women’s problem. Learn about who’s at risk for the condition and a game-changing treatment, here.
Do the treat-packed holiday parties of November and December leave you with unwanted pounds? Holiday weight gain is common, but a weight loss program that’s supervised and supported by your physician offers tremendous benefits. Learn more here.
High blood pressure plagues nearly half of Americans, including half of Flordians. It's a stealthy condition, since it's often symptomless, but it causes diverse, serious health problems. Learn about its many associated complications, here.
Since sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) affect 20 million people each year, there’s no reason to be nervous about getting tested for them. In fact, it's essential, as is getting proper treatment. Learn more about symptoms, care, and testing here.
Diabetes is a scourge that affects over 37 million Americans. Typically diagnosed in adulthood, type 2 diabetes puts you at risk for a host of serious conditions. Learn about steps you can take to get on top of your diabetes sooner rather than later.
High cholesterol puts you at risk for serious conditions, like stroke and heart disease. It's often necessary to change your diet to improve your "good" and "bad" cholesterol. Read on to learn about what you can eat to raise your good cholesterol.
Known as a symptomless, silent killer, high blood pressure puts you at risk for a host of serious, sometimes life-threatening health problems. Learn how your blood pressure impacts many aspects of your health, and how you can get it under control.
Successful, long-term weight loss improves your health and self-esteem, but it’s no easy feat. You might wonder about what’s more pivotal to your success: your eating plan or your exercise regime. Read on to learn the answer.
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a health condition that puts you at risk for serious health problems like heart attack and stroke. Learn how to interpret your blood pressure numbers and what you can do to lower them, if necessary.
Weight loss programs are often attempted, and frequently abandoned. Hitting your goal can be challenging, especially if you’re working on weight loss alone. Your doctor can be an unbeatable ally as you combat unwanted pounds
Over 20 million people are diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease (STD) each year, so it’s something we should all be concerned about. Learn about the most common STDs here, how they’re treated, and how to prevent them.
Diabetes is a complex condition with many symptoms. There are several forms of it, but the primary ones are type 1 and type 2 diabetes. They share similarities but are quite different. Learn more about the origins, symptoms, and treatments for both.
If you’ve been awakened by severe pain and swelling in your big toe joint in the middle of the night, you probably have gout, an inflammatory arthritis that sufferers have endured for centuries. Learn about symptoms and effective treatments here.
High blood pressure leads to serious health conditions, including stroke and heart attack, but it has no symptoms. Keep reading to learn the importance of regular readings and treatments for high blood pressure.
Did you know that lasting weight loss is completely achievable — if you make healthy lifestyle changes and make better nutritional choices? Keep reading to learn how medically supervised weight loss can help you achieve your goal.
Medical technology is ever-advancing, and vital in terms of helping your doctor diagnose and treat many conditions. The electrocardiogram, or EKG, can tell your doctor many things. Learn more about the test and who it can help here.
Did you know that there’s a good guy and a villain when it comes to your cholesterol reading? Keep reading to learn what cholesterol is, what it does, and how to manage it so you can lower your chances of suffering a heart attack or stroke.
High blood pressure is disturbingly common in the United States. Most know that it raises your risk for heart attack and stroke, but are you aware that hypertension contributes to other health complications? Read on to learn more.
Gout used to be associated with indulging in overeating and drinking with abandon. Now we know that it’s a kind of inflammatory arthritis and that treatments and lifestyle changes can prevent painful flares. Learn more here.
If you're unable to get a solid night’s rest night after night, your weight may have something to do with it. Excess pounds are linked to several sleep problems and health conditions. Learn more about them and how to finally, safely lose weight.
Arthritis can strike virtually any joint, and next thing you know, you’re suffering from pain, swelling, and redness around your joints. Great care for arthritis involves implementing smart strategies and proactive management of the condition. Here's how.
You can go for years living with dangerously elevated blood pressure and be unaware of it. Hypertension puts you at risk for serious health conditions, some life-threatening. Learn how effective management and self-care can lower it here.
The holiday season, with its rich food and drink, can wreak havoc on your cholesterol, which puts you at higher risk for heart disease. Learn what you can do to keep it on an even keel, and still enjoy this time of year.
Diabetes affects two million Floridians, and many more are at high risk for developing it. Diabetes complications are serious, but there are lifestyle practices you can adopt that significantly reduce your chances of being diagnosed. Learn more here.
It’s important to get a flu shot every year, but this year it’s critical because we’re dealing with COVID-19. Keep reading to learn why it’s essential to protect yourself this year, more than any other.
Maintaining your health isn’t unlike maintaining your car. Proper preventive care reduces the chances of a breakdown. That's why yearly physicals are so important. Keep reading to learn why you shouldn’t skip your annual physical.
Sexually transmitted infections lead to sexually transmitted diseases and can be unknowingly transmitted because symptoms are often silent. Keep reading to learn why it’s vital to get tested if you’re sexually active.
Living with arthritis is a challenge, but staying physically active is an absolute must. You might think exercise will bring more pain, but it offers a host of benefits that can greatly ease your discomfort. Keep reading to learn how exercise can alleviate
Ditch the unsustainable fad diet or on-the-go haphazard eating and learn what sound nutrition can do for your health and wellbeing. The right eating and exercise plan will boost your health and up your self-esteem. Keep reading to learn more!
Not all primary care physicians are alike. Internal medicine physicians have an approach to adult care that’s holistic, preventative, and extensive. Learn more about why such a physician could be right for you.
Has it been awhile since you’ve had a checkup? An annual physical examination is the perfect chance to review your overall health and ensure your well-being is in good standing. A great New Year’s resolution is one that protects your health.
While this is the season to be jolly, unfortunately, the festive foods and added stress associated with the winter holidays can lead to high blood pressure. Read on to learn our how you can keep your blood pressure in check.
Frustrated with countless diets and exercise programs that haven’t delivered the weight loss you’re seeking? It may be time to consider a medical weight loss program. Learn how our program can help you achieve your weight goals.
If you're one of the millions of adults in the United States who are fighting high cholesterol, you know it's important to watch your diet. Read more to learn about changes you can make to your diet to lower your cholesterol and maintain your health.
The link between obesity and diabetes is well established. And with more than 100 million people in the United States dealing with diabetes or prediabetes, the more you know about obesity and diabetes the better.
We know how hard it is to lose weight and to finally meet your weight loss goal. But, believe it or not, your work isn’t done when you’ve hit that magic number. Learn how to maintain your weight loss results and set yourself up for long-term success with
You know your car needs periodic adjustments, including oil changes and maintenance. Why would your body be any different? To keep yourself in tiptop operating shape and head off problems at an early stage, get an annual physical.
Lose a pound a day, drop two sizes in just two weeks, and on it goes in the world of fad diets. To get off this road of broken promises, a medical weight loss program is the most effective avenue for long-term results.
You've undoubtedly heard it before, but why is high blood pressure called the "silent killer” anyway? You may be surprised to learn just how silent this assassin is. Find out what you need to know about the leading cause of death in the U.S.
Has the holiday season foiled your diet three years in a row? We'd love to help you gather the best tips and tricks out there for maintaining your health and shape through our favorite time of the year.
Millions of people are at risk for diabetes, and many don't even know it. Knowing your risk factors, being screened, and making a few simple lifestyle changes can help you reduce your risks. Find out what you can do to prevent diabetes.
Worried about the dreaded congestion, cough, aches, and fever of the flu? You know a flu shot is the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones, but do you really need to get vaccinated again this year? Yes. You do. Read on to learn why.