Articles in Health & Medical

Dental Bonding

by Dr. Alexander Khabensky / Dr. Igor Khabensky on

Dental bonding is a procedure where dental glue, a composite bonding material, is bonded to your tooth. This is done for various reasons such as chipped or cracked tooth repair, reduce a gap, or hide teeth discoloration. ... Read full article

Teeth Cleaning for Kids & Teens

by Dr. Alexander Khabensky / Dr. Igor Khabensky on

Taking your kids to a toddler dentist in Brooklyn for teeth cleaning before they can even talk and walk may seem like putting the cart before the horse. ... Read full article

Uterine Fibroids

by Anat Zelmanovich on

Chances are that you aren’t aware you have fibroids, which are also referred to as leiomyomas or myomas. Most women don’t experience any symptoms. These fibroid cysts grow in the muscular wall tissue of your uterus.... Read full article

Big News on the HPV Vaccine

by Dmitriy Bronfman on

There’s been plenty of news surrounding vaccinations lately, thanks to the frightening uptick in reported measles cases. ... Read full article

Pelvic Pain

by Amir Marashi on

Pelvic pain is localized in the lower part of abdomen and pelvis. In woman pelvic pain results from conditions of the urinary system, the reproductive system or it may even have a musculoskeletal cause.... Read full article

What Is The Difference Between HIV and AIDS? | AIDS Management

by Dmitriy Bronfman on

The terms HIV and AIDS are often used interchangeably, but they don’t necessarily mean the same thing. The main difference is in definition, HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus, so HIV is just the name for a virus.... Read full article

Endometriosis Signs and Symptoms

by Amir Marashi on

Endometriosis is a painful, chronic disease that affects woman during their reproductive period. Endometriosis never shows up before puberty and usually ends with menopause.... Read full article

IBD during Pregnancy | Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Pregnancy

by Dmitriy Bronfman on

There are several medical conditions that can affect the digestive tract, and they are collectively referred to as irritable bowel diseases (IBD). The most common IBDs include ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn’s disease, both of which are suspected t... Read full article

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