20 miles in the books – 1 month to go! One of the benefits of long training runs has been exploring parts of the city I’ve never really seen before – especially on foot. In the past few weeks I’ve run over the 59th Street Bridge and the Triborough Bridge. I’ve run along the Hudson […]
I’m running the NYC Marathon with Fred’s Team!
Enjoyed my chat with Elizabeth Millard @Emillard_Writer and @SharecareInc about Health Screening. Preventing disease and finding it before it can harm you is one of the things I like best about being an #Internist @NYULangone
It’s been awhile since I’ve updated my blog – but I wanted to remind everyone that it is still Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There are conflicting recommendations out there – bottom line – talk to your doctor, know your body, and if something doesn’t seem right – get checked out. With that introduction, I’d like […]
This is a time of year when people think back over traditions and nostalgia flows as freely as eggnog and holiday cheer. Of course, in my house, with a teenager ending her semester we have to get through exams and projects before there is anything to cheer about. I was very excited this year – […]
Wishing everyone a Happy and Safe 4th of July. Historically, “A day of carnage” – please see my post from last year on Fireworks and Safety
Followed my own advice and went for a New Years Day run! What will you do today?
Wishing everyone a Happy and Healthy 2016! To wrap up the year, some New Year’s Health Tips: Moderation – in both food and drink will make 2016 easier to start Make a commitment to exercise on January 1 – even a walk will give a sense of accomplishment Dress warm if you will be at […]
2015 has been a year filled with change, and as I reflect back on all the events – both professional and personal – I thought I’d share some highlights and observations and maybe an insight or two. Highlights of 2015 January 2015 – Living and Working in Arizona March 2015 – My daughter’s Bat Mitzvah […]
As I head to the office this morning, my first September 11 in NYC in 3 years, like most Americans I reflected on that day 14 years ago. My wife was about 10 weeks pregnant, the Giants played Monday Night Football the prior evening and we had just put in a bid on an apartment […]