Healthy Reasons

Naji Abdul Wajid, DO
At least one-quarter of pregnant women carry a common bacteria called group B strep (GBS). The bacteria is not normally dangerous to women, but it
Dr. Giacomo V. Vinces
For people with certain chronic wounds that won’t heal with standard care, a treatment called hyperbaric oxygen therapy, or HBOT, can be very
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Women of all ages should have an annual wellness exam with their gynecologist, even in years they are not scheduled for cervical cancer screening
Photo of Dr. Marc London, Neurologist
For the almost one million people in the United States living with Parkinson’s disease, doctors have a range of treatments to offer, from medication
A headshot of Dr. Michal J. Tracz
The first COVID-19 vaccines to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration are effective and considered safe, according to Michal Tracz, MD
If you are 65 or older, there are two very important vaccines doctors recommend you get to protect you against Influenza and Pneumonia. “At this time
Holiday season can bring some challenges for people with diabetes. A little planning can go a long way to help you get through festive, calorie-laden
Dr. Sunny D. Mitchell
Regular breast cancer screening is key to catching breast cancer early, while it is easier to treat successfully. “Breast cancer screening saves
Dr. Sung Ho Lee
Clinical trials are medical research studies that look for new ways to prevent, detect, or treat disease. Cancer patients at Montefiore Nyack
Stay Healthy After a Heart Attack with Cardiac Rehab
After a person has a heart attack or after a major cardiac procedure, cardiac rehabilitation (rehab) is an important part of the recovery process.

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