As health officials encourage social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), millions of Americans have unexpectedly found themselves working from home. We've got tips to make working from home work for you.
When it comes to your healthcare experience, pharmacists are an essential part of keeping you healthy. We asked Cedars-Sinai's Chief Pharmacy Officer Rita Shane to answer your questions about medicine, supplements, and drug interactions.
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Many women use mobile apps that can track fertility and ovulation, but do these apps really help with getting pregnant? Dr. Jessica Chan, an OB-GYN at Cedars-Sinai, helps answer the question if fertility apps work and explains the pros ...
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is making its way into food and alternative medicine. But it's also entering the beauty products market as CBD infused make-up, lotions, and creams. We asked a Cedars-Sinai dermatologist if they're safe or effective.
Taking collagen supplements to help your skin look more youthful is a popular beauty trend. But do collagen products really work? Dermatologist Dr. Ohara Aivaz weighs in on the latest skin care products.
Cupping became mainstream after the 2016 Summer Olympics, when swimmer Michael Phelps showed up with round bruises on his back. Today cupping is widely used for relief of pain and muscular-skeletal injuries, such as strains, sprains, and...
Whether you have been involved in a car accident, suffered a stroke, delivered a baby, or are just getting older, physical therapy can help relieve pain, improve function, and help you get back to your usual activities.
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