A reproductive endocrinologist, also known as an RE, is a specialty doctor who completed a four-year residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology along with a three-year fellowship in infertility and reproductive endocrinology. This makes an RE the doctor you see when you are having problems with infertility. When you should see them and exactly what they do is the subject of many myths which I am ready to debunk.Read Full Story
One of the hardest yet most rewarding parts of my job as a physician is end-of-life care. When a person has an incurable disease, my goal is simple: to alleviate suffering wherever possible. Unfortunately patients and their families don't always choose palliative care out of fear and misunderstanding of what it is. I'd like to clear the air on what end-of-life care is really about.Read Full Story
Sitting all day long can wreak havoc on your body. Use any free time you have, like your lunch break, to get moving. Just a few minutes each day can make a major impact on your health. You can do this quick workout without leaving your office, leaving no excuse to not fit a little fitness into your day.Read Full Story
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