For the past twenty-years, health care specialists and physicians have fervently promoted the mantra that everyone should exercise most days of the week to achieve health and happiness.
February is American Heart Month. Join the American Heart Association's Healthy for Good movement to improve your heart and your life. Here are the four simple steps.
Given the Food and Drug Administration’s recommendation, Dr. Jim highlights the advice of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Academy of Family Physicians when it comes to teething.
Dr. Jim recommends three strategies to ward off the troublesome viruses that cause the common cold. First, protect yourself. Second, if you get a cold prevent the spread of your germs to others. Finally, build ...
Beating heart to beating heart. We're all in this together. Show your support. Wear red on February 3, 2017.
When we care about others, by showing love in what we say and do, we feel good and fill our own buckets too!
The inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual performance substantially interferes with erotic pleasure and sexual intimacy. Dr. Jim reveals evidence that it can be much more serious than an awesome erection and that is a predictor for future …
Social support and frequent hugs protect people from susceptibility to infection associated with being stressed and result in less severe illness symptoms.
Low back pain (LBP) is common. Most people experience at least one episode throughout their life. LBP ranks among the top five diagnoses seen by family physicians. Believe me I’ve seen hundreds if not thousands of cases over the past 30 years and for both patients and physicians the diagnosis and treatment can be challenging.
On January 12 the National Academies of Sciences (NAS) released a massive research report outlining the health benefits and harms of cannabis also known as marijuana. Examining more than 10,000 scientific studies, the report broke down the data according to the level of evidence to support their conclusions.
James Lenhart received the Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of New Mexico and took residency in Family Medicine at Brown University. The University of Liverpool granted him a Masters of Public Health degree in 2010.
Time has tested health experts assertion that tobacco use in all it's forms represents the single most preventable cause of illness and death worldwide. Recent research provides a better path to quitting ...