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  • Say Goodbye To Chronic Hip Pain At NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital

    Say Goodbye To Chronic Hip Pain At NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital

    Annette Douglas, 71, proudly trekked up and down the hills of her Riverdale neighborhood every day until about three years ago, when annoying hip pain first slowed her down. The annoyance progressed into debilitating pain that kept her from the things she enjoys most—climbing her hills and, even worse, playing with her grandchildren.“I had no quality of life because of the pain,” ...

  • Monitoring Epilepsy Saves Lives

    Monitoring Epilepsy Saves Lives

    As the number of epilepsy cases rise, the Epilepsy Monitoring Program at NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital has expanded to serve patients of all ages.More Americans have epilepsy now than ever before, and the number is only increasing. At least 3.4 million people in the United States have epilepsy, and New York State has the fourth-highest number of people with active epilepsy in ...

  • Life Is Hectic Now, But Don’t Put Off Your Breast Cancer Screening

    Life Is Hectic Now, But Don’t Put Off Your Breast Cancer Screening

    In 2020, we’ve let nonessentials fall by the wayside to focus on surviving the pandemic. That’s understandable … but as we adjust to the challenges of a new way of life, do not think of breast cancer screening as nonessential.The American Cancer Society notes that many individuals are putting cancer screenings on hold this year. It is important to remember cancer doesn’t take a break. ...

  • The 6 Essential Health Exams Every Man Needs

    The 6 Essential Health Exams Every Man Needs

    Men in the U.S. are less likely than women to regularly see a doctor for preventive care, research shows. Unfortunately, this often results in men not seeking medical care until a disease or health issue has advanced.“There is no demographic that utilizes healthcare resources less than men between the ages of 18 and 45, followed closely by men ages 45 to 64,” says Dr. Joseph ...