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6 Natural Treatments for PCOS

You just found out you have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). Now what? The condition, which affects five million women in the US alone, can wreak havoc on your hormones and still doesn’t have a known cure. While many women successfully manage their symptoms solely with… read more >

What is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome?

Have you ever had trouble losing weight? Suffered from anxiety or depression? Battled chronic acne, put up with troublesome periods, or even experienced infertility? If you’re facing a combination of these symptoms, you may be suffering from one of the most common hormonal disorders… read more >

5 Health Hazards of an “Always On” Lifestyle

Technology has multifaceted benefits. Your smartphone can keep you connected with friends and family, find you healthy dining options nearby, and entertain you with games, music, and videos. Unfortunately tech has a darker side, too. Being plugged-in or “on” all the time can take… read more >

How to Eat Healthy at a NY Giants Game

Kick off football season with a healthy start! If you’re headed to the stadium to see the G-Men in action, you’ll need the right fuel. Check out our top recommendations for how to eat healthy at a New York Giants game. Tell us which… read more >

Should I Get a Flu Shot?

Another year, another autumn dilemma: To get the flu shot or not to get the flu shot? Plenty of people grapple with the decision to get vaccinated, and misinformation about the vaccine abounds. One Medical Group’s Malcolm Thaler, MD addresses all the most common questions… read more >

Flu Season 2014: Facts and FAQs

Influenza (or the flu) afflicts roughly 60 million Americans annually, particularly during the winter. Seasonal flu viruses come in two basic varieties: type A, which causes the most extensive and severe outbreaks, and the typically milder type B. Usually during flu season, viruses from both types are… read more >

8 Ways to Treat Morning Sickness Naturally

For some, it’s merely a food aversion—a strong reaction to certain smells or tastes. For others, it’s periodic queasiness, often peaking in the morning and dissipating after lunch. For an unfortunate few, it’s an overwhelming feeling that lasts all day, their waking (and sometimes… read more >