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“New Year’s” Nutrition for Athletes
For competitive athletes, and fitness exercisers alike, a small investment in nutrition awareness in the New Year may pay huge dividends in reaching refreshed goals.
5 Questions With: David Hsi
Get to know Dr. David Hsi and his philosophy behind cardiology at Stamford Health.
Holiday Cheer: Surviving the Holidays With No Weight Gain!
The Holiday season is upon us once again. It is a time to enjoy family and friends, make New Year’s resolutions and try to survive this time of year without gaining weight.
5 Questions With: Christina Kunec
A clinical neuropsychologist is a professional in the field of psychology with special expertise in the applied science of brain-behavior relationships.
Concussion: What Signs & Symptoms To Look Out For
In general, symptoms of concussion cluster into four groups – physical, sleep-related, cognitive, and emotional. Know what to look for.
Joint Commission Names Stamford Hospital as Top Performer
Stamford Hospital was the only hospital in lower Fairfield County, and among 19% of accredited US hospitals, recognized by The Joint Commission.
On Weight Loss and Hormones
Before you start another diet to lose weight, you may want to understand how hormones affect our appetite and satiety.
What exactly is the difference between type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes? Both are completely different forms of the disease.
When it comes to Halloween, it pays to lay down some ground rules for the older kids and start demonstrating good habits for the younger ones.
Rod Acosta, MD, Named CEO of Stamford Health Integrated Practices
As SHIP CEO, Dr. Acosta will serve as SHIP’s champion within Stamford Health System, directing quality, strategy and growth initiatives as they relate to the employed physician enterprise and enhancing collaboration between the System and medical staff.