A GOOD physician is fluent in two languages—one for colleagues, the other for patients.
WHY do some people pass out at the sight of blood? Why do some faint for no apparent reason? After suffering a fall to unconsciousness, patients have questions such as: Why did it happen?
by Theodore Feldman MD FACC A CHOLESTEROL test (also known as a lipid panel or lipid profile) is an essential part of a physical checkup. One reason […]
IN THE United States alone, some 70 million adults—that’s one out of every three—are affected by high blood pressure.
AMY, a physically fit marathon runner, collapsed during an early-morning workout. She assumed that her fall was due to a pulled muscle, but a friend called 911 anyway.