John Thomas needed two new knees. Contributing to his joint pain was his struggle to lose weight. Over the years, he gained until he was over 500 pounds.
For some parents, getting to the doctor’s office in between school and soccer practice, can be a challenge. The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Terri Akman, recently reported on the ease and benefits of using telemedicine.
In an article from U.S. News & World Report regarding melanoma recurrence prevention, Dr. Adam Berger, a Thomas Jefferson University professor of surgery, commented on his recent study in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons in regards to recurrence indicators.
Jefferson experts were recently featured on the front page of the Health section of the Philadelphia Inquirer on the topic of reducing opioid use after surgery.
Office kitchens and break rooms can be notorious repositories for extra, free food. It can be difficult on a normal day to make good choices, but it can be especially difficult around the holidays. Registered dietitian nutritionist Chelsea Rakszawski shared some insight into the biggest culprits, as well as how to get back on track.