Tips for Healthy Living

Allergy Season - Pediatrics
May 17th, 2018

When you're a kid, there's nothing better than playing outdoors on a beautiful spring afternoon. But when allergy season kicks in, causing sneezing, coughing and runny noses, it's no fun for anyone, especially children who may have a history of asthma. How can parents know when it's okay to treat symptoms at home, or when it might be serious...

What You Should Know Before Getting Pregnant
May 07th, 2018

So you’re ready to start a family. Congratulations, and welcome to one of the most exciting times of your life! There’s so much to look forward to – so much to experience – and you can hardly wait to get started on the road to pregnancy. But is your body as prepared as it should be? 

If we catch it, we can cure it
May 07th, 2018

Colorectal Cancer is one of the few Cancers that is 90 percent Preventable

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. According to the American Cancer Society, the colon cancer death rate in this country could be cut by more than half if all Americans simply followed recommended screening guidelines. Early detection and treatment are critical. If caught early, colorectal...

Congratulations! You're pregnant!
May 07th, 2018

Women have unique heart-health needs.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women over the age of 65. In this age group, heart disease kills more women than all cancers combined, and women are four to six times more likely to die of heart disease than breast cancer. Patricia Guerrero, MD, a board-certified cardiovascular disease specialist in Orlando, points out...

Ladies, it's Time for a Heart-to-Heart
May 07th, 2018

Women have unique heart-health needs.

Heart disease is the leading cause of death among women over the age of 65. In this age group, heart disease kills more women than all cancers combined, and women are four to six times more likely to die of heart disease than breast cancer. Patricia Guerrero, MD, a board-certified cardiovascular disease specialist in Orlando, points out...