DEAR DR. ROACH: I started going through natural menopause in my late 50s. I will be 65 in September. Should I still be having hot flashes? -- B.G.
I’m not an optometrist or an ophthalmologist. Nevertheless, being in the beauty industry, I feel a need to write about a topic new to me. This post is about ocular rosacea and there’s nothing pretty about it.
Back-to-school season can be quite a hectic time for parents with new schedules and activities to coordinate.
Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but too often, when the beholder is YOU, what you see is dangerously out of touch with the reality of your physical self.
DEAR DR. ROACH: You have mentioned diseases of the blood marrow in the column before, but what does the bone marrow actually do? -- T.S.B.
We understand it can be exhausting for anyone to keep a home "ready to show" for an extended period of time. Even more so when you have little children or a demanding career.
DEAR DR. ROACH: My husband, age 67, recently was diagnosed with atrial fibrillation. He began feeling very weak, and got dizzy every time he stood. We both had started on the keto diet together about a week prior.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 91-year-old male. When I switched primary care physicians, my new doctor shook his head because my previous doctor had never told me about my low GFR readings and being borderline diabetic.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I am 88 and have had osteoarthritis in my hands and knees since I was in my 50s. I began taking Tylenol and Advil for pain. But on a recommendation from a health food store clerk, I started taking turmeric.