According to new numbers released from the U.S. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, deaths related to alcohol have double since 1999. The … Read more about Deaths Related to Alcohol Skyrocket
Not enough Americans are getting the proper testing, treatment and prevention for HIV according to the CDC. In its Vital Signs report released on December 3, … Read more about HIV Testing, Treatment, & Prevention Statistics Continue to Underwhelm
Anal cancer rates have increased over the past 15 years according to a team from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. Their research, which … Read more about Anal Cancer Rates on the Rise
If you have been paying attention, you have likely heard of the rising concern surrounding vaping. Over the past few months, it seems like a new case of … Read more about New Info Emerges on Cause of Vaping Incidents
At least 215 cases of severe lung disease associated with vaping have been reported. This has resulted in the both the FDA and CDC issuing releases warning … Read more about The Thought that Vaping is Safer than Smoking is Now Up in Smoke
I recently had a patient come into the office for STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing because he had received an anonymous text message alerting him … Read more about Is Anonymous STI Notification Sending the Wrong Message?
I often tell patients that diabetes will change your life. In fact, it must: you will have to change the way you eat, what you eat, how you eat, etc. Developing … Read more about Can Weight Loss “Cure” Diabetes?
Ever since the American College of Cardiology (ACC) & American Heart Association (ACH) came out with new blood pressure guidelines in 2017, many have … Read more about New Blood Pressure Guidelines Could Impact Over 3 million People