• Hypothyroidism: Is Your Thyroid Too Slow?

    One of the most common reasons why a patient will see an endocrinologist is a concern that their weight gain may be due to a problem with their thyroid gland. Find out if hypothyroidism is the culprit!

  • Influenza Vaccine

    Vaccination should begin as soon as possible and should not be delayed. All people 6 months and older are now recommended..

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome Explained

    Get the facts about Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), its causes and symptoms, along with tips for managing its uncomfortable effects.

  • Kids, Asthma, and Allergies

    Not only is asthma one of the most common diseases of childhood, but it is also one of the most common reasons why children miss school. Learn about the warning signs and what to do if your child has asthma!

  • Laser Treatments for Common Urologic Conditions

    Kidney stones have plagued man since prehistoric times. Find out if laser treatment is the right option for you!

  • Low Back Pain and its Myriad Manifestations

    Low back pain is a very common and ubiquitous reason for patients to visit their primary care physician. Find out what you can about your low back pain!

  • Low Testosterone Level in Men

    Low testosterone level, or hypogonadism as it is referred to in medical books, is a common condition in men. Find out what its about and what you can do if you're suffering from it!

  • Lung Cancer: What You Need To Know

    Lung cancer is the most common cause of death due to cancer in both men and women throughout the world. Find out about lung cancer and what you can if you, or someone you know, is diagnosed with this deadly disease.

  • Maintaining Your Goals and Decreasing Stress

    Choosing small, realistic, and attainable goals as well as adaptation of stress management techniques is the best approach to managing stress! Learn more tips to beat stress and live a more relaxed life!

  • Making the Transition from Hospital to Home

    What you need to know about discharge planning and coming home from the hospital after a surgery. PRESENTED BY THE VISITING NURSE SERVICE OF NEW YORK