There’s a lot of confusion over the pros and cons of taking low dose aspirin to help prevent of cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke. Here’s a look at the research to help determine who might benefit from this therapy, and who should avoid it.
This month I chose to highlight Multiple Sclerosis, an illness that affects my family personally and has been an area of focus in my practice for some time. While the exact cause of Multiple Sclerosis, like many neurodegenerative illnesses, is largely unknown, prevention of further damage and improving quality of life can be attained. What […]
Liver disease can be from many causes, but when there is no cause for liver disease it is called NASH, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, or nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. The liver is a major source of detoxification in the body and when burdened will start to develop fatty deposits, a sign that it is stressed. When alcohol […]
Osteoporosis is a serious disease that affects the strength of the bones, called bone density. Osteoporosis is considered one of the most predominant bone density diseases in Western society. Who is at risk? Rates of low bone density are found most commonly found in postmenopausal women, specifically Asian American women. However, it should be […]