Dr. Maria Simbra
For years now, when it comes to sunscreen, we have been told to choose one that has the best SPF for us – the higher the number, the better the protection.
For years, we’ve thought the only way to treat appendicitis was to remove the appendix. Well, what if you could treat it simply with antibiotics?
The FBI is now investigating Johnson & Johnson over a device used to treat thousands of women for a common problem.
With more attention being paid to Lyme disease, the State Department of Health released some alarming new statistics today.
For people whose cancer has stopped responding to standard therapy and are out of treatment options, a new trial is starting soon called the NCI-MATCH trial.
Nails on a chalkboard is a sound that just about everybody hates. But what if almost every sound you heard made you angry or anxious?
When it comes to kids having traumatic injuries, there is a time of day they’re at the highest risk – school dismissal time.
Chocolate a common source of hidden milk. And milk is a common reason for allergic reactions.
If you are embarrassed by your skin, there’s a new, easy treatment that could give you clearer skin immediately.
Younger women – some as young as their 20’s – are being blindsided by a silent killer.
If you’re an athlete, or have a nagging injury, you’ve probably seen the ads. Athletic tape – like KT Tape – claims to reduce pain and cure your aches. But does it work?
Most dermatologists recommend using a sunscreen that delivers an SPF, or sun protection factor, of 30 of higher.
To stop snoring, could a strong tongue be the secret?
When other things don’t work, a local company claims to have the solution to learning and behavior problems for kids.
Would you use the wisdom of crowds to diagnose your medical condition?