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The holidays are a notoriously difficult time to manage diabetes, thanks to the seemingly endless supply of sweets. Read on to pick up some quick tips on how to keep your blood sugar levels stable this holiday season.
Wondering about the lump you felt under your skin? It could be a cyst. Read on to find out more about cysts, and whether you should worry about them.
Chronic diseases drive many patients to the doctor, but you can cut down on your doctor visits by making a few lifestyle changes to lower your risk of chronic disease.
You’ve probably heard of shingles, but may not be sure exactly what it is. Find out what shingles is and how to avoid this painful disease.
Ready to get rid of those skin lesions that won’t go away? You may be the perfect candidate for cryotherapy, which uses extreme cold to remove the lesions. Find out more!
At least 100,000 people in the United States tear an ACL each year. If you’re one of them, you’re probably wondering what comes next. We’ll help you find out.
If you have asthma, you know how terrifying an attack can be, especially if you don’t have your inhaler with you. Here are a few tips on how to control an asthma attack if you’re ever caught without your inhaler.
Concussions shouldn’t be taken lightly, yet it’s believed that up to 50% of concussions go unreported. Read on to learn how to tell if you or a loved one might have a concussion — and what you can do about it.
Immunizations are an important way to protect your child from serious diseases. Learn more about the specific immunizations recommended for your child and about some myths and facts about vaccination.
There's now a way to diminish the appearance of your stretch marks. Read on to learn about this game-changing tool that’s making stretch marks go bye-bye.
Living with a chronic illness can feel like a losing battle, but the good news is you don’t have to suffer with debilitating symptoms. Learn what options are available for managing your condition.
Cryotherapy may sound like a space-age treatment that too futuristic for you. Fortunately, cryotherapy is a fast, mostly painless way to treat annoying skin lesions.
Pundits now love to tell anyone who will listen that it’s harmless to skip your annual physical, but is it? And what are you missing out on if you do? Here are some reasons never to skip your annual physical again.
Acute care, or inpatient care, provides you with more comprehensive round-the-clock care and might be necessary. Find out when you need acute care and why.
Are you nearing the end of your weight-loss journey? Do you find that those last trouble areas seem impossible to fix? Don’t despair. SculpSure® can help you get rid of troublesome fat for good.
Think that vaccines stop when you reach adulthood? Some vaccines are essential as an adult to give your immune system a boost and protect you against painful illness, and even cancer. Read all you need to know on adult immunization right here.
Having a scar usually isn’t a threat to your physical health, but it can cause emotional distress or affect your self-confidence. But take note: You no longer have to live the rest of your life with a scar you don’t want. Laser therapy can help.
Your skin is designed to shield you from the world, but it takes some literal lumps in the process. Here’s how cryosurgery can clear the way to healthy skin.
If the thought of wearing a swimsuit puts a damper on your anticipation for summer, SculpSure® body contouring may be your savior. This non-invasive technology banishes stubborn fat deposits that diet and exercise haven’t. Read on to learn more.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.
Dr. Sulkowski would like to reassure patients his office is open during this time for patients.
If you have diabetes, you know that managing your condition is a daily task. To stay healthy, it is vital that you keep your diabetes in check. Use these five steps to ensure you remain in control of your diabetes.