Featured Stories
Surviving the 2014 Allergy Season Your Daughter’s First Gynecologic Visit Arthritis: Rheumatism or Rheumatoid?
 
Surviving the 2014 Allergy Season

Surviving the 2014 Allergy Season

Spring's budding trees and blooming flowers are a welcome sight after the unusually snowy winter in the northeast. While the sights and smells delight most, there are around 36 million people for which spring means allergy season and the battle against watery eyes, nasal congestion and sinus pain.

Your Daughter’s First Gynecologic Visit

Your Daughter’s First Gynecologic Visit

By scheduling your “tween” or teenage daughter for her first gynecologic visit, you are crossing a bridge that acknowledges her change from a little girl to a young woman. It can be very overwhelming for a parent to cross that bridge. As you prepare yourself – and, of course, her– for the appointment, it may be helpful to consider the following ideas.

Arthritis: Rheumatism or Rheumatoid?

Arthritis: Rheumatism or Rheumatoid?

Most of us know a family member who has complained of joint pain. Patients often have a family history of arthritis, but not all types of arthritis are the same, even within that same family. Take for instance rheumatism, or more commonly called osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is bone and joint pain related to degeneration, or wearing and breakdown, of cartilage and bone. Commonly, this disease begins after the age of 40 and progresses into old age.

Can Botox® Injections Treat Your Migraine?

12 March 2014

Do you suffer from relentless, debilitating migraine headaches? Does it seem that you’ve tried many treatments and nothing is working?

Read the full story

Posted in eHealth Connection2 Comments

Sibling Torment: “In-House” Bullying

Sibling Torment: “In-House” Bullying

26 September 2013

Parents regularly come in to my office reporting about the challenges they have in dealing with their children’s behavior. When asked about how the siblings are getting along with each other, an inevitable response is something like, “You know, typical stuff…bickering, fighting, arguing, hitting, grabbing.” Rarely does a parent say that one sibling is “bullying” another.

Read the full story

Posted in eHealth Connection, Featured, Kids Connection1 Comment

When a Headache Isn’t Just a Headache

When a Headache Isn’t Just a Headache

26 September 2013

Nearly every person has suffered a headache at one time in their life. For 90 percent of the 36 million people in the United States who are migraine sufferers, that head pain can be so debilitating that it disrupts the ability to work or go to school, care for families or enjoy social activities.

Read the full story

Posted in eHealth Connection, Featured3 Comments

When Having a Big Heart Isn’t Good: Cardiomyopathy

When Having a Big Heart Isn’t Good: Cardiomyopathy

13 August 2013

In recent news, the nation learned that country singer Randy Travis was admitted to a Texas hospital with viral cardiomyopathy.

Read the full story

Posted in Featured2 Comments

Heat Illness in Athletes

Heat Illness in Athletes

09 August 2013

Despite the unprecedented heat wave we are having, training camps for fall sports will be beginning in the next couple of weeks. When exercising in the heat, it is important for athletes and coaches to understand heat illness and how to prevent heat-related conditions. By taking some simple precautions, heat illness can be avoided, allowing athletes to have a successful and safe training camp.

Read the full story

Posted in eHealth Connection, Featured0 Comments

Summer Safety Warning: Kids With Previous Concussions Take Longer to Heal

Summer Safety Warning: Kids With Previous Concussions Take Longer to Heal

12 June 2013

According to a recent study, children and young adults recover more slowly from a concussion if they have had concussions before.

Read the full story

Posted in eHealth Connection, Featured, Kids Connection0 Comments

Request an Appointment
Sign Up for eHealth Connection
Connect with Cooper
Cooper Twitter Icon
Cooper Facebook Icon
Cooper YouTube Icon

Switch to our mobile site