Epilepsy is still misunderstood by many, but clinicians and researchers are learning more about how to better control and stop seizures to help patients navigate their condition and enjoy fulfilling lives.
Dr. Omid Hamid, director of the Melanoma Program at Cedars-Sinai and chief of Translational Research and Immunotherapy at The Angeles Clinic and Research Institute shares the facts on diagnosing and treating skin cancer.
Adolescent girls don't usually see a gynecologist until they turn 18 or need a pelvic exam or pap test until 21. But some health concerns may be reason for young girls to see a specialist earlier. Learn more.
Dr. Caroline Goldzweig from Cedars-Sinai answers a couple of questions about COVID-19 vaccination side effects. Answers to questions about getting a mammogram or vaccinations after getting the COVID-19 vaccine and how side effects vary ...
Intuitive eating is non-diet approach to building a better relationship with food and your body. Cedars-Sinai nutritionist Rhonda Krick explains why dieting can be harmful to your health and how you can start practicing intuitive eating.
Last year, after gyms closed because of COVID-19 and a decline in traffic freed up space on streets, bike sales soared. It's still a great time to take up cycling, or any new exercise routine. Read more.