DEAR DR. ROACH: I had bilateral knee replacement two months ago, and I'm concerned about infections. My doctor wants me to take an antibiotic before any dental procedure, including cleaning, which I will do.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a fit and healthy 60-year-old male. Recently I was troubled by a series of escalating symptoms: I occasionally got a bit of hoarseness, then I seemed to lose some capacity in my lungs.
As an extension of fashion, nail polish has been for many years been considered a simple yet wanted addition to an ensemble.
Cycling season is upon us. Everyone regardless of age needs to wear a helmet.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I'm a 61-year-old female, and my recent DEXA bone density scan resulted in measurements of -2.7 in the lumbar region and -2.1 in both femoral necks. My doctor recommended that I take bisphosphonates.
A third of the way through the season; the Riders are 2-4 and hanging on to fifth place in the west. By the time the Banjo Bowl rolls around in just over a month, their season will, for all intents and purposes, be over.
DEAR DR. ROACH: In 2016, I had a brain MRI without contrast, which showed chronic small-vessel brain disease and a remote lacunar infarct in the right cerebellum.
Stem cells are the highly versatile spare tires of your body.