In the article “Treating ADHD in Children—Step 1: Diagnosis” we established the difficulty and importance of getting an accurate diagnosis before beginning treatment. This article will demonstrate the importance for the treating clinician of not being overly focused on the diagnosis that took so much energy to establish.
As relationship counselors and coaches, we have learned an incredible amount from those we have been privileged to help. Our columns will be our attempts to share some of that in the hope you can make your relationship better.
Today, we focus on men. (Don’t worry. We will talk about women in a column
New Rochelle—Dr. Brian Kalb, DDS, can build you a Hollywood smile, and take care of your kids’ cavities as well. With a practice focused on comprehensive cosmetic and family general dentistry, Dr.Kalb also advises families on diets to achieve optimal oral health. “I truly enjoy seeing families, and they enjoy having all their
Washington Heights—Should a frum woman get tested to learn if she carries the BRCA gene mutation—which could indicate that she is at increased risk for breast and ovarian cancer? Many women in our community—especially those having a history of breast or ovarian cancer in their family—struggle with this question. Many others are only
By Melissa Papir, RDN
Despite overwhelming reports of America’s obesity problem and the subsequent governmental push to lose weight, being healthy is actually on the rise. Grocery stores like Whole Foods are “cool” places to shop in, toting the eco-friendly and recently fashionable paper
When parents suspect their child may have ADHD and bring that child into my office, there are two questions they want answered quickly: (1)What is wrong? and (2) What can be done about it? The first step in the treatment of any medical or psychological disorder is to get an accurate diagnosis. The diagnosis of Attention Deficit
Riverdale—It became clear that optometry was Dr. Joel Warshowsky’s calling when Professor Nathan Flax, Chief of Optometry at the SUNY College of Optometry, taught him that instead of refashioning contact lenses, he could actually reshape a person’s way of seeing by utilizing vision therapy and related therapeutic practices.
Now supermarkets boast aisles filled with every type of kosher for Pesach snack, but the snacks I brought along on my family’s Chol Hamoed outings when I was young were basically limited to chocolate bars. Although chocolate was not a regular item in our year-round pantries, on Pesach our cabinets were loaded with chocolate bars, just in
I ran the Recovery House at Rutgers for five years and also worked in the counseling centers in two locations. The center in Newark served a campus with 13,000 students and had four full-time clinicians and another six part-time ones. The New Brunswick center served a campus of 55,000 and had about 40 clinicians, most of whom were full
A new stem-cell technology with the potential to treat neurodegenerative diseases including Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is now in development by the Israel Prize laureate responsible for the blockbuster multiple sclerosis (MS) drug Rebif.
Prof. Michel Revel’s company,
Bob the Builder is a well-known, stop-motion CBBC/PBS television show about Bob and his trusted friends who work on construction sites, making repairs, and doing renovations. Bob and his friends often encounter issues and his catch-phrase is “Can we fix it?” to which his characters respond, “Yes we can!”
Vanilla chai tea can be a great calorie-free alternative to hot cocoa or apple cider. Here are some other things to keep in mind when relaxing with a steaming cup of tea: Most health benefits attributed to tea are found when consuming green, white, or black tea. These teas come from the plant Camellia Sinensis, and the positive