What Women Should Know about Breast Density and Cancer Risk
In this Q&A, MSK radiologist Sandra Brennan discusses what is known about the link between breast density and cancer risk.
What is Occupational Medicine?
There is something about occupational medicine that is truly unique and wonderful. A doctor or clinical specialist is duty bound to do the right thing for all stakeholders: the patient, employer, and the state fund/insurer. And that, it turns out, is a good thing.
Stroke Recovery: What to Expect
Published October 15, 2013 With so much left unknown about how the brain repairs itself after a stroke, it is hard to predict exactly how much a patient will recover. However, with the help of medical rehabilitation, post-stroke patients can achieve the best possible long-term outcome More than 700,000 people in the U.S. experience a stroke each year and 10 percent of them recover almost completely , 25 percent recover with minor impairments, 40 percent experience moderate to severe impairments and 10 percent require care at a long-term care facility. For all of these survivors, rehabilitation can substantially help them relearn skills such as talking, eating, dressing and walking, that were lost due to brain damage…
How to Maintain Weight Loss So You Don't Have to Diet Again
If you follow these simple step, you'll be more likely to maintain your weight loss after a diet so that you never have to diet again.
Discover Brigham and Women's Hospital
An event to educate and inspire collaboration around innovative science, technology, and medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. This event is free and open to the public – all are welcome to attend.
What's on your surgeon's playlist?
Some studies show that music is played up to 70-percent of the time in the operating room, and it is most often selected by the leading surgeon. It also appears to have benefits for everyone in the OR.
10 Things your Massage Therapist Wants you to Know.
Being an RMT (Registered Massage Therapist), you see all kinds of people, conditions and concerns. From routine, to severe, to weird, to even funny. In my practice, I’ve started to see some common r...
What Happens during Cataract Surgery
There are many different causes of vision loss, but few are as pervasive as cataracts. According to the United States Center for Disease Control (CDC), there are more than 20 million Americans ove…
How to Stay on Top of Your Foot Health
Staying on top of your diabetes directly affects your foot health. Understand the warning signs and preventative measures to keep your feet in tip top shape!
How Urgent Care in Rocklin, CA Can Improve Your Occupational Health
Some people merely equate the concept of “health” to one’s physical wellbeing. Yet folks at Sierra College in Rocklin, California think otherwise as they believe that health should be viewed in a h…