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  • Conquer College Like A Pro With Pre-Class Health Checklist

    Conquer College Like A Pro With Pre-Class Health Checklist

    NYACK, N.Y. -- As summer comes to a close and students head back to college, knowing how to take care of themselves on their own is an incredibly important skill for young adults to have. Often away from parents for the first time in their lives, college students can quickly develop unhealthy habits if not properly prepared."If you’re a parent who is about to send your son or ...

  • Don't Let Your Summer Fun Get Derailed By Seasonal Injuries

    Don't Let Your Summer Fun Get Derailed By Seasonal Injuries

    NYACK, N.Y. -- Spending time outdoors is the best way to enjoy the summer. However, Lyme disease, heat-related illness, sunburn and leg swelling are common annoyances during warmer months. By taking simple steps to prevent these common health problems, Rockland residents can ensure they're making the most out of the season's enjoyments.Unsurprisingly, one of the biggest summertime fears ...

  • Highland Medical Promotes Mother-Child Connection Through Important Process

    Highland Medical Promotes Mother-Child Connection Through Important Process

    WEST NYACK, N.Y. -- Despite having access to some of the world's best maternity care, many American mothers lag far behind the rest of the world when it comes to breastfeeding. Due in part to societal pressures and a lack of support, many mothers stop the important process just a few months into motherhood.“In many other cultures, new mothers have an extended support network of family ...

  • Highland Medical Doctor Brings Multicultural Cancer Care To Rockland County

    Highland Medical Doctor Brings Multicultural Cancer Care To Rockland County

    NYACK, N.Y. -- During cancer diagnosis and treatment, effective communication and planning is key. However, mapping a plan of action can be difficult when patients speak a different language than doctors and staff. Thanks to Dr. Sung Ho Lee, a board-certified physician in medical oncology and hematology at Highland Medical P.C. and Nyack Hospital, both native and foreign speakers are ...

  • Highland Medical Doctor Explains Effective Parkinson’s Disease Treatments

    Highland Medical Doctor Explains Effective Parkinson’s Disease Treatments

    NYACK, N.Y. -- When Dr. Marc London tells a patient they have Parkinson’s disease, he knows many patients picture the worst-case scenario. “Many people assume they will become very disabled," said London, chief of the section of neurology at Nyack Hospital. "However, the disease progresses differently for each person, and in many cases, evolves slowly and has an effective ...

  • Highland Medical Explains How Control Of Diabetes Can Protect Kidneys

    Highland Medical Explains How Control Of Diabetes Can Protect Kidneys

    NYACK, N.Y. -- Diabetes is the number one cause of chronic kidney disease in the United States. Thankfully for those with diabetes though, protecting the kidneys is possible through careful monitoring of blood sugar and blood pressure.Roughly one in four adults with diabetes has kidney disease, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Diabetic ...

  • Can An App Really Prevent Heart Disease? It's A Start Says Highland Medical

    Can An App Really Prevent Heart Disease? It's A Start Says Highland Medical

    NYACK, N.Y. -- With today's interconnection of health and technology, learning how to keep your body in shape can be a click away, thanks in part to the growth of wellness apps and wearable fitness trackers. While some apps motivate people to exercise, others help count calories, monitor hear rate and more. Through use of these advanced apps, phone users can calculate health risks such ...

  • Is Cancer Preventable? Highland Medical Doctor Explains How To Lower Risk

    Is Cancer Preventable? Highland Medical Doctor Explains How To Lower Risk

    NYACK, N.Y. -- What causes cancer? Is there something I can do to prevent it? What happens if I'm diagnosed? Dr. Sung Ho Lee of Hematology/Oncology Associates of Rockland answers these and other common questions in honor of February's World Cancer Day.What lifestyle changes can lower cancer risk?Despite the widely held belief that cancer is largely a hereditary condition, only five to ...

  • Dangerous Or Divine? Highland Medical Physician Explains Our Caffeine Craze

    Dangerous Or Divine? Highland Medical Physician Explains Our Caffeine Craze

    NYACK, N.Y. -- Many people love coffee, but caffeine consumption can have numerous adverse effects on our health – even if we don’t realize it. Some people can be very sensitive to even a small amount of caffeine, as little as a single cup of coffee in the morning."It is important to remember that caffeine is a stimulant and all stimulants can alter the way the nervous system and ...

  • Don't Ignore Postmenopause Discomfort, Highland Medical Explains

    Don't Ignore Postmenopause Discomfort, Highland Medical Explains

    NYACK, N.Y. — During menopause it is normal to bleed on and off for about six months, however, bleeding after a woman has finished with menopause is not, explained Dr. Ephraim Resnik, Gynecologic Oncologist with Highland Medical, P.C.“If you see even a tiny amount of blood starting a year after you have had your last menstrual period and any time thereafter, see your doctor,” he ...

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