With health, there are no divisions: physical, emotional, mental – they’re all intertwined. And caring for each of them is of utmost importance. Here’s how to do just that, and make the most of your life.
Because of my 20+ years as a trainer and drawing on my own personal experience (my feet), I can’t give enough emphasis to how important a good pair of shoes is. I still remember when one of my very early personal training clients came to see me 16 years ago. One of his complaints, soon
With summer upon us, there is now an abundant amount of summer fruits available. Peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots, and watermelons are only some of the tasty fruits unique to the summer season. Fruits play a very important role as an integral and healthy aspect to our overall diet. We know that people who eat an
It is commonly known that exercise is considered very good “medicine” for the prevention of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity and countless other physical problems. More and more, exercise is being recommended by doctors and other health providers across the board in place of or/and in conjunction with medication for high cholesterol, high blood pressure,
It seems like only yesterday when you brought in your precious bundle of joys for their first well visits. Then you brought them regularly through their infant, toddler and school years for their well visits, making sure they grow and develop normally and receive their vaccines. Parents are on top of well visits during the
“But what about diet soda? It has no calories. I can drink that right?” That is one of the most common questions I hear in my clinic. I understand the question. After all, it should “make sense,” but sometimes things just don’t turn out the way we think they should. This past month, even more
The Woodmere community held a very successful measles educational and titer testing day on Sunday, May 12, at the Young Israel of Woodmere. This event was co-sponsored by many community organizations and could not have been accomplished without all of their support. Kamin Health Urgent Care Centers provided the nucleus of the testing, with Mount
Last week’s tragedy in Lakewood was horrific. A nearly 2-year old beautiful girl was unintentionally left in the car and died from vehicular heat stroke. In other words, she was left in a locked car which rapidly heated up – and the outside temperature was only 69 degrees. Unfortunately, this is not an isolated incident.
When people express interest in our programs, I encourage them to come in for a free consultation to make sure we are on the same page in terms of what is involved in attaining their goals in health and weight loss. A large percentage of people that come and speak to us sign up and
The Pesach dishes are packed away and Chometz is now back. What is your pediatrician thinking about? The measles. Yes, the measles. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, surely you’ve read or seen the news that there is a measles outbreak in the United States, Europe and Israel. Unfortunately, the Orthodox Jewish world is
We’ve all had the wrong mindset—“After Pesach I will go on a diet.” And when Pesach is over we do exactly that and lose some weight until we get back to our pre-Pesach weight and maybe a little more. Then it’s back to bad habits, weight gain and all of the associated health issues. So