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Infertility Explainer: Facts, Causes, and Treatment Options

Infertility can be an emotionally draining, costly, and physically demanding condition for many couples. Thankfully, there are many treatments, reproductive specialists, and assisted options available today that can help you...

Important Truths About Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in five people has a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Contributors to this alarmingly high statistic include the massive spread of...

Facial Injuries: Prevention Tips

Spring is the perfect time to enjoy the fresh air and get some exercise on the field or court. But as recreation kicks off for the season so do the...

Testicular Cancer: What To Know

Testicular cancer is a cancer that starts in the testicles (testes), the organs that produce male sex hormones and sperm. Compared to other cancers, testicular cancer is rare.

Stop the Sneeze: How to Manage Spring Allergies

Springtime is in bloom, bringing the promise of fresh flowers, bright sunshine, and warmer weather. But if you're one of the 50 million Americans who suffer from allergies, the season...

A Guide to Eye Hygiene

Every time spring arrives, many of us became painfully aware of our eyes. Excess pollen and dust cause blood vessels to swell and the body produces histamine, making the eyes...

How Minimizing Stress Leads to a Healthier Life

For a lot of people, stress and anxiety interfere with their lives in some way. But one year into the pandemic, many people are experiencing it even more because of...

Understanding Autism: The Role of Your Pediatrician

Every child is different and develops at their own pace. But pediatrician Ruba Hanna, MD, says certain behaviors and delays are definitely a concern.

Trust the COVID-19 vaccines. They can save your life.

In an article by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, Summit Health family medicine provider Dr. Cynthia Paige talks about vaccine hesitancy among the Black community.

Tips to Prepare for your Doctor's Visit

Whether seeing a doctor for the first time or continuing with a doctor you’ve seen many times, there are things you’ll want to do to prepare.