Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center - Follow Your Gut
- Exercising As We Age By Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center staff Geriatrician Suzanne Salamon, MD, offers advice for staying active in your later years You don’t have to get much past age 30 to start feeling exercise-related aches and pains that weren’t there ...
- Staying Fit During Breast Cancer Treatment By MICHAEL LASALANDRA, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Correspondent Breast cancer treatment can be a grueling experience. Most women undergo not only surgery, but also radiation and/or chemotherapy and, in some cases, horm...
- Boomeritis: Orthopaedic Ailments Impact the Baby Boomer Generation Baby Boomers are seeing more bone and joint ailments. An orthopedic surgeon shares tips on how to avoid those aches and pains.
- A Personal Trainer For Your Brain Forget where you put those keys? A personal workout for your brain could help.
- Listen To Your Gut Have you ever wondered why your stomach growls or you experience that "butterflies" feeling? Find out where they come from.
- Getting Fiber In A Gluten-Free Diet Looking to incorporate more fiber into your gluten-free diet? Check out these tips and sample meal plans from the Celiac Center at BIDMC.
- Genetic Testing For Colorectal Cancer Family history plays a role in about 20 percent of all colorectal cancer cases in the U.S. Learn about BIDMC's colorectal genetic testing program.
- Baby Boomers Urged To Be Tested For Hepatitis C Find out why the Center for Disease Control is recommending Hepatitis C screening for all baby boomers.
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Not Curable, But Treatable Dr. Adam Cheifetz knows first-hand what his IBD patients deal with because he's not only their doctor, he's also a patient.