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By Elizabeth Boham, MD
Gestational diabetes affects up to 10% of women during pregnancy. It can have long-term adverse effects for both the mother and the child. Not only does it put the baby at risk for above-average birth weight, but gestational diabetes in the mother can also lead to an increased…
By Dr. George Papanicolaou, DO
Constipation is an often uncomfortable and extremely prevalent condition affecting close to 80 million people. And while constipation might be common, it is definitely not normal and it can have disastrous consequences. Having healthy digestion and eliminating waste every day (ideally twice or three times a day!) is…
By Dr. George Papanicolaou, DO
We are living in an age of anxiety; and we know that stress wreaks havoc on our health in so many ways, physiologically, emotionally, and mentally. For many people of all ages, stress can lead to anxiety and debilitating panic attacks. While conventional medicine typically treats anxiety and…
By Elizabeth Boham, MD
While there is a difference between cold sores and canker sores, they are similar in that common occurrence of either is an indication that something is out of balance in the body. Most of us have had canker sores at one time or another. They usually occur at…
By Annette Quatrano, MS, RD, LDN
We are living in scary times during this COVID pandemic, and it can be even scarier when you are pregnant. As I enter my third trimester and get closer to giving birth to my son, I can’t help but worry. Even though time feels as if it has…
By Annette Quatrano, MS, RD, LDN
“Can’t I just take a test?” A question I get often from patients who are encouraged to try an elimination diet.  While it is true that food sensitivity testing is becoming more available and may seem like the easier choice, has it really replaced the need…