Dr. Maria Simbra
For hospitals, the third week of September is one of the busiest weeks of the year.
The usual way doctors choose cancer drugs is based on what works on the majority of people. But, the majority isn’t everybody, but that approach may be changing.
For years, conventional wisdom has suggested that wisdom teeth have to be removed. However, some experts say that no one should have their wisdom teeth pulled.
Ragweed allergy sufferers, there’s a reason you might be sneezing right now: the pollen is near its peak.
Lots of people have joint pain. Bones make up the joints. Could Vitamin D and calcium, which are good for the bones, help?
The start of the new school year is here. Among other things, that means getting kids back on their usual schedule, including their sleep routine.
If you had a heart attack at work, would your co-workers know what to do?
Just about everyone has back pain now and then. But, what does that indicate about how your back will feel years from now?
There are several factors that can make your skin age faster, but poor sleep might be one you hadn’t thought of.
Could a practice uniform protect you from concussions? The North Hills school district hopes so. They get exclusive use of pads, and eventually jerseys, to keep proper tackling on target.
A local doctor caused a stir at an open hearing at the Food and Drug Administration about the switch of prescription allergy drug Nasacort AQ to over-the-counter.
Karen Scharrar is an aerobics instructor who had a bad hip.
It’s not spring pollen season. It’s not fall ragweed season. If you’re sneezing and stuffy right now, it could be mold allergies.
It’s a dangerous attraction, but more and more kids are swallowing a common household item that can cause serious health problems.
Dan Farren is an avid hunter. But he felt barreled over because of a heart condition — atrial fibrillation, or A-fib – which left him severely short of breath.