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
I am asking readers to tell me what you want. Not in general, but at a health or wellness talk. A few weeks ago I was asked to speak at a wellness seminar given at a company for its employees about heart health. The talk was well received, and we had a good discussion after […]
It’s October and that means post-season baseball, (sorry Yankees), football season is in full swing and it is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Many athletes, celebrities and people affected by breast cancer in some way are sporting pink clothes or accessories and advocating for breast cancer screening. Why has breast cancer gotten such universal recognition in […]
Breaking bad news is one of the hardest parts of my job. There are times that I have to tell someone they have a new diagnosis – whether diabetes, a sexually transmitted disease or cancer – and it is not easy. It is even more difficult when I know that some diagnoses can be PREVENTED! […]
An Annual Physical is one of my favorite visits. It’s an appointment specifically designated to review your health – both where you are now and where you are heading. It’s the body’s status update. It’s also where I feel I get to know a person a little better, more about your life in general, not just […]