What Causes Chest Pain in Your Child?

Oct 14, 2019

When a child complains about chest pain, it’s easy for parents to panic and assume it’s a heart problem or pneumonia. But it’s much more likely to be something less serious like costochondritis or precordial catch syndrome. Dr. Cindy Gellner explains what these conditions are and how they’re...

What Options Are Available for Facial Rejuvenation at Any Age?

Oct 8, 2019

Seeing the signs of aging on your face can be difficult at any stage of life. Plastic surgeon Dr. Cori Agarwal covers all the different procedures available to reduce the signs of aging and prescribes what may work best for patients, whether you’re in your 20s or your 60s....

Is Your Itchy Mouth Caused by Oral Allergy Syndrome?

Oct 7, 2019

Most people can recognize the typical signs of a food allergy: Hives. Swelling. Difficulty breathing. But what if eating certain foods just makes your mouth itchy? That’s called oral allergy syndrome. Learn about the condition and what you can do to help avoid the symptoms with Dr. Cindy Gellner....

Alternatives to IVF to Help You Build Your Family

Oct 3, 2019

As a woman, we have so many choices in our lives now, but when it comes to getting pregnant we can’t always choose the right time. But there are options available for women who want to get pregnant. Dr. Kirtly Jones speaks with fertility specialist Dr. Joseph Letourneau about alternatives to in ...

Things to Consider When Considering a Facelift

Oct 2, 2019

Facelifts are a surgical option for people who may want to tighten skin around the jawline or other parts of the face, usually to look younger. There are many types of facelift surgeries, but facelifts are not necessarily for everyone. Plastic surgeon Dr. Eric Cerrati talks about some of the things ...

Anorectal Malformations

Oct 2, 2019

One in 5,000 U.S. children are born with an anorectal malformation. These congenital defects will require surgery from a specialist after birth. Learn how these are treated with Dr. Michael Rollins....

Debunking Old Wives' Tales: Causes of Bad Eyesight in Children

Sep 30, 2019

We’ve all heard the adage that reading in the dark will ruin your vision. Or that sitting too close to the TV will fry your eyes. But are these claims actually true? Dr. Cindy Gellner busts these myths about eyesight and talks about how to really keep your kids' eyes healthy....

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