Drugs to Treat Erectile Dysfunction

With the approval of avanafil (Stendra), a fourth drug has joined the pack in the battle against erectile dysfunction (ED) alongside sildenafil (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis), and vardenafil (Levitra). So it’s a good time to take a look at how effective and safe these drugs… read more >

Is Gluten Intolerance Fake?

If talk show host Jimmy Kimmel’s recent informal poll proved anything, it’s that without even knowing what gluten is, some people will do anything to avoid it. However, a new study from researcher and Director of Gastroenterology at the Alfred and Monash University in… read more >

Battling Type 2 Diabetes with Diet and Lifestyle

When faced with a daunting health challenge, where do you start? There’s no one-size-fits-all approach, but one thing is certain: You can change the trajectory of your future by making lifestyle changes now. Boston-based One Medical Group patient Tara Bellucci is a real and… read more >

One Doctor’s Commute Takes a Heroic Detour

Working at One Medical Group, I often hear stories about our providers and local teams going the extra mile for our members. But it’s not every day I get to share a story from a New Jersey Transit train. One Medical physician Allison Fox,… read more >

Quirky Questions: Nipple Changes in Pregnancy?

With all the bliss that comes with becoming a new mom come some pitfalls. But you’re ready for the weight gain, stretch marks, nausea, and soreness that come with carrying your future bundle of joy. Still, there’s a lesser known–and less talked about–side effect… read more >

10 Things We Learned From “Fed Up”

We all know obesity is an epidemic and that health issues, from diabetes to heart disease, are skyrocketing. But what if everything we’ve been told about food and exercise is wrong? That’s the premise behind the new documentary, Fed Up, executive produced by Katie Couric… read more >

5 Tech Tools to Help You Get Pregnant

Getting pregnant is the most natural thing in the world. Except when it’s not. In my practice I regularly see couples who want to conceive. Sometimes women can get out of touch with their natural body rhythms and, ironically, technology can help women “get… read more >