Restoring a Full Head of Hair with Self-Derived Growth Factors
Restoring a Full Head of Hair with Self-Derived Growth Factors
People are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of our digestive systems to our overall health.
National media coverage and articles written by the staff!
While migraines are thought to result from an imbalance of certain chemicals in the brain, the cause of migraines is unknown. Multiple genetic and environmental factors such as age, stress level, and family history can affect the risk of having migraines.
Are you wondering if there is a way to revitalize your lips, making them look more full and vibrant?
DRY SKIN 101 During the winter months, you may notice that your dry skin seems to be more aggravated. And while some of the tricks you picked up in the past might be helpful, most dry skin sufferers make simple mistakes that can end up doing more harm..
With the advent of laser and radiofrequency technology, more affordable non-invasive options are available now to maintain a youthful appearance with a lot less cost and downtime. Here are some of the options.
SculpSure is an innovative laser body contouring treatment that melts your unwanted pockets of fat in a 25-minute session.
Body hair, also known as androgenic hair is normally developed during and after the puberty. Androgenic hormones, mainly testosterone is the key regulator of body hair growth.
The great solution to weight loss is here, and it is: fasting. Now, this seems obvious, that stopping eating would result in a loss of weight.
Everyone knows that vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients. Vitamin D improves bone strength, while Vitamin C boosts the immune system. However, many of the vitamins and minerals we use for our body actually have various beneficial effects on the sk
Crow’s feet, sometimes known as smile crinkles or laughing lines, are lines spreading from the outer corner of the eyes.
Data from research is still short of making any conclusion, but there is growing evidence that what we eat can affect our state of mind.
High level of blood cholesterol is a very common finding among the general population.
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the U.S. Due to heightened awareness and increased rate of screening the number of deaths decreased significantly over the course of last few decades
A sedentary lifestyle is a known risk factor for heart disease, diabetes, and early death. Scientists from UCLA has observed an interesting but rather alarming change in our brain when we are not very physically active.
Most of us think we drink enough water on a given day but the fact is that we may not.
Leaky Gut- Importance of Healthy Gut for Optimal Health (Part II)
Leaky Gut: Importance of a Healthy Gut for Optimal Health
Simple but useful steps for weight loss.
Sugar is a key component of our diet; it is the main fuel for our body. At least 50 to 60 percent of our daily calories should come from carbohydrates- the major source of sugar. Excess dietary sugar is a major health concern worldwide.
According to Journal of the American College of Cardiology, skipping breakfast is associated with increased risk for cardiovascular disease.
This is the killer ingredient which is hidden in many common food sources we consume every day. Every major scientific and regulatory advisory bodies e.g.
Knowledge about fats is very important in our daily lives. Imbalance between healthy and unhealthy fats can have a long standing deleterious effect on our body. High blood cholesterol (the bad one, LDL) is known to associate with heart disease which is the
Cutting down calories abruptly can have deleterious effect on body and mind. Eating less than usual suddenly will results in mood swing, headache, irritability and even depression. Limiting calorie slowly and gradually will give our body time to adjust and
Emotional trauma can take many forms. There are major traumas that are considered out of the norm for typical lives. They can range from wide ranging traumas that can affect an entire community such as natural disasters or war and personal traumas such as
The Mayo Clinic has determined that intense aerobic exercise has the potential to reverse the aging process in adults. Though everyone knows exercise is beneficial, there are plenty of questions regarding which types of exercises are the best and what age
Now that the holidays are over, it’s an ideal time to embrace the New Year with a goal to cleanse your body. There is no better way to achieve it than with a detox. So, what is a detox and why do we need it?
This month’s newsletter article was assembled by our physical therapist, Molly Fisher, DPT. Dr. Fisher is the founder of a Yoga-Pilates based Physical Therapy approach, holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson University and has worked i
The holidays are great opportunities to take a break from our daily lives and catch up with friends and family and enjoy each other’s company. They can also stress us physically, emotionally and spiritually with all the hustle and bustle and preparation. T
As a practice, Sleep and Wellness Medical Associates takes pride in treating the whole patient. We focus on a holistic patient-centered program that provides a synergistic approach between medical, physical, and behavior therapy, as well as chiropractic ca
Brassica oleracea, better known as kale, is a nutritious leafy vegetable that contains a plethora of nutrients and vitamins. Kale belongs to the Brassica family, of which includes Brussels sprouts, cabbage, and collards.
With Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years quickly approaching on our calendars, our thoughts turn to spending time with our loved ones and counting our blessings; that is, IF we have time in between shopping, cooking, preparing, traveling, and all the ot
Our Licensed Professional Counselor, Beverly Hodsden will be holding “Understanding Emotional Eating” support groups. Come explore the role of food and feelings in your life and how they can be experienced in a positive and healthy light.
This coming Saturday, May 3rd, Sleep & Wellness Medical Associates will have a booth at the 8th Annual Women’s Head-to-Toe Expo at Robbinsville High School
Sleep and Wellness Medical Associates will be hosting a lunchtime health fair between the hours of 12pm – 2pm on the upper floor lobby of 3836 Quakerbridge Road.
Sleep and Wellness Medical Associates is proud to announce the expansion of our physical therapy hours, as well as welcoming board-certified chiropractor John Stobie, DC to our practice. He has over 15 years of experience treating patients of all ages. C
Sleep and Wellness Medical Associates is proud to announce that starting on March 1, 2013, will be expanding its extensive list of patient services with the help of two new additions to our staff. We are welcoming Molly Fisher, DPT and Beverly Hodsden, MA
Living in a modern, industrialized society has its benefits in terms of convenience and quality of life, but all too often in the news we hear of pollution and environmental contamination as a result of it.
Recently, FOX 29 News of Philadelphia has done a wonderful news segment featuring Dr. Siddique and Sleep & Wellness!
Experts believe that almost 50% of all sleep problems are due to stress. Stress can modify sleep-wakefulness cycles.
Estimates suggest that up to 40% of people with sleep apnea will have diabetes.
Persons with asthma may be at increased risk for sleep apnea, and that sleep apnea can worsen asthma.
Studies have shown that there is an association between sleep apnea and depression. For example, one study showed that people with depression symptoms improved significantly when treated with a CPAP machine.
Sleep deprivation causes changes in certain hormones that may lead to overeating and weight gain. Sleep apnea is a key factor in sleep deprivation.
Sleep apnea is linked to heart disease through its effect on blood pressure.
Sleep Apnea Increases Risk for Stroke