Low Dose Aspirin in the News

Aspirin’s blood-thinning properties for years have been touted as a way to stave off cardiovascular disease such as heart attack and stroke. Millions of people in the US take a “baby aspirin” (100mg or less–most commonly 81mg) daily more

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The Rockets Red Glare Without the Risk!

Happy (almost) 4th of July! Maybe it's an homage to the “Rockets' Red Glare”, but Americans love to light up things that go boom in honor of their nation's birth. However, due to the risk of injuries, the more

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Protect Your Eyesight in the Digital Age

Thank you, Dr. Keith Skolnick for sharing your wisdom regarding eye health, and Dr. Jeanne Rosner (of SOUL Food Salon) for the introduction and interview, which you can read below. How often should we see an ophthalmologist? For more

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The Benefits of Penicillin Allergy Testing

Hello from the 2019 American College of Physicians (ACP) Conference in Philadelphia! One of the many reasons I enjoy being a concierge physician at The Village Doctor is our emphasis on staying current on developments in internal medicine. more


Is Sunscreen the New Margarine? (Our Expert Says No!)

You may have read Rowan Jacobsen's interesting (controversial?) piece in Outside Magazine where he questions current guidelines for sun exposure and suggests that they may be unhealthy, unscientific, and perhaps even racist. This consideration is based on the more


American Heart Month and National Wear Red Day

This Valentine’s month, join us in at The Village Doctor in focusing attention on all things heart-related withAmerican Heart Month, sponsored by the American Heart Association, with a goal of eradicating heart disease and stroke. We at The Village more