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Charity Begins at Home: An Interview with Dr. Samer Othman, D.D.S., M.P.H.

Everybody loves a good home improvement project and the benefits of the results—a home that meets and exceeds your needs better than before. What if that home is the entire town, the city in which you were born and raised and you had the knowledge and resources to strengthen it forever? Would you do it? Dr. Othman did, and still does.

Balancing Obstetric Anesthesiology and Family Life: An Interview with Dr. David Wallace, D.O.

It may seem impossible for doctors to achieve that balance when their careers demand so much of their time and mental and emotional strength. But Dr. Wallace’s fascinating story about the world of obstetric anesthesiology will guide doctors towards that much-coveted balance.

Gynecology and Women’s Health: Dr. Rachel Spieldoch Shares What You Need to Know About It

The practice of gynecology and women’s health is highly personal for many women. It covers menstrual cycles, pregnancy, childbirth, gynecological cancers and treatments for gynecological issues. For many women, these are subjects they don’t easily share with their partners or even their doctors. As a physician specializing in gynecology and women’s health (and someone who truly understands it all), Dr. Rachel Spieldoch shared her knowledge and insights with Top Doctor Magazine on what to do if you’re feeling worried about any of these subjects.

The Emerging Field of Regenerative Medicine by Dr. Ian White

Regenerative medicine is the fastest growing and most dynamic field to evolve out of the contemporary allopathic method of medicine. The current trajectory of medical evolution is unprecedented in our history and regenerative medicine is the driving influence guiding our advancements. But what is regenerative medicine?

Serving a Prison Population: An Interview with Dr. John S. Hodges, MD

Providing healthcare services in prison is challenging in ways most doctors never encounter. But the successes of doctors who pursue this practice are gratifying.

Understanding R&D Tax Credits with Dentist-Attorney Benjamin Dyches

Dr. Benjamin Dyches, a dentist turned lawyer with a unique perspective on law, shared his expertise on research and development R&D tax credits.

Empowering Cancer Patients: Exploring Integrative Oncology with Dr. Heidi Rula, MD

With Dr. Rula as our guide, let’s explore integrative oncology—what it is and how it benefits cancer patients.

The Human Side of Plastic Surgery: Addressing the Vanity Stigma with Dr. Karan Dhir

In this article, award-winning board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Karan Dhir will share his perspective on the human side of plastic surgery. Dr. Dhir is a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon specializing in facial, nasal and neck surgery. He notes that plastic surgery should not be viewed as a vanity procedure but rather to address physical needs and health issues.

A Holistic Approach to Dentistry: An Interview with Dr. Yasmin N. Chebbi

Dr. Yasmin N. Chebbi, DMD, FAGD, D-ABDSM, practices dentistry at The Flossery in Waltham, Massachusetts. She is an alumna of Harvard School of Dental Medicine, where she learned that thorough dental care means considering the total body. She carried this philosophy into her practice.

Spring Is in the Air! So Is Pollen: An Interview with Dr. Priya Bansal, MD

Dr. Bansal practices at her Asthma and Allergy Wellness Center in St. Charles, Illinois. An accomplished physician, she was recently elected to the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology board of directors. She is also on the faculty of Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine.

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