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► What if I need emergency surgery in Westchester?

Patients come to me with all kinds of general surgical issues including appendicitis, gall bladder problems, hernias in the groin, and in the abdomen, colon issues, endocrine problems including the thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal glands. My approach to surgery is to be as minimally invasive as possible whenever the circumstance

Top 10 Home Remedies for Cough

Top 10 Home Remedies for Cough

According to some research, honey may relieve coughs. A study on treatments for nighttime coughing in children compared dark honey with the cough-suppressing medication and with no treatment. The researchers reported that honey provided the most significant relief from coughing, followed by medication. Although the benefits of honey over medication were small,

How to Clean Up After Cold & Flu Messes

How to Clean Up After Cold & Flu Messes

It’s that time of year again when kids are licking surfaces covered in germs and then coming home and sneezing in your face and while I can’t tell you how to prevent your kids from becoming sick; if anybody knows please let me know what I can do is offer

How To Heal Gastritis Naturally At Home | Natural Health

How To Heal Gastritis Naturally At Home | Natural Health

How to heal gastritis naturally at home. Of course it is important to know the source of gastritis, but let’s eat hot gastritis with natural remedies available at home. Gastritis is very unpleasant. Continuing burning pain in the upper part of the stomach will harm your health. Gastritis is not

6 Emergency Signs of an Appendix About to Burst JULI

6 Emergency Signs of an Appendix About to Burst JULI

6 Emergency Signs of an Appendix About to Burst 1. Abdominal Pain According to Dr. Michael Payne, a gastroenterologist at the Harvard affiliated Cambridge Health Alliance, appendicitis is difficult to diagnose by doctors. Dr. Payne explains that although appendicitis is “a very common illness…many people don’t have classic symptoms” aside

Small intestine 1: Structure | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Small intestine 1: Structure | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: Did you know that the stomach flu can make you temporarily lactose intolerant? It’s true. So, in this video, we will talk about how that happens. And in detail, how the small intestine works. So, as a review, once you put food into your oral cavity or your mouth,

Metabolism & Nutrition, Part 1: Crash Course A&P #36

Metabolism & Nutrition, Part 1: Crash Course A&P #36

I weigh about 80 kilograms. Most of that, let’s say 64 percent, is water — though you can’t tell by looking. I mean, as organisms go, I like to think that I look fairly solid. After water, the next largest proportion of me is protein, about 16% — not just