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Posted by Marisa Schor
Did you know that it only takes 100 extra calories a day to gain 10 pounds in one year? Fortunately, our dietitians at CHA HPMC have put together a few tips you can incorporate every day to help prevent those extra pounds from finding their way to your scale.
Here are a few ideas to get you started:
1) Replace oil with cooking spray. One tablespoon of oil contains
In July, we entered the new age of robotic surgery with the successful completion of 3 successful cases. Dr. Eijean Wu is the first surgeon to perform the robotic assisted cases at CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center (CHA HPMC). Today, she shares her care philosophy and what optimal patient outcomes means to her.
On the first day of my intern year at Montefiore
Posted by Dr. Rohit Varma
Artificial Intelligence applications are providing ophthalmologists with new methods for faster and better diagnose of eye diseases.
In August 2018, the journal Nature Medicine published a paper describing exciting new research on applications of artificial intelligence (AI) to eye care. The research was conducted at a subsidiary of Google’s DeepMind used deep learning to develop an algorithm-focused software program. The program was able to efficiently and accurately identify
Posted by Dr. Radhakrishna
Diabetes and High Prevalence
Diabetes has been rising in the US. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 1 in 3 individuals are living with diabetes. Diabetes continues to be a growing health problem and the seventh leading cause of death in the country. Understanding the causes, symptoms, and ways to prevent the disease can help you in many ways.
What is diabetes?
Posted by Dr. Jonathan Eskenazi
Everyone knows just how necessary it is to maintain our physical bodies, but taking care of our brain is equally as important.
So, what are the best ways to keep your brain healthy? Is it solving crossword puzzles or taking a lot vitamins and nutritional supplements? Following a healthy diet or doing regular exercise?
We found that the truth is there is no magic pill to keep your