Articles for Tag: "Dr. Robert Citronberg"
This little-known fungus has been in the news lately. Here’s what an expert has to say.
Some reports suggest this year’s flu vaccine might be only 10 percent effective. What do doctors advise?
This year, that number could rise. Here’s what you need to know.
Public pools, hot tubs and water parks are filthy, according to the annual study. What’s a parent to do?
A new study suggests that explosive bouts of rage might be tied to a parasite found in cat feces.
Treatment options have come a long way and now there’s a drug that might prevent the spread of the disease.
Here’s one physician’s perspective on the importance of measles shots.