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What Does Your Stomach Pain Mean?

Lingering and severe stomach pains can indicate serious conditions you need to address. Learn more about the causes of abdominal pain with Florham Park gastroenterologist Dennis Han, MD.

Understanding High Blood Pressure

Soma Mandal, MD, a primary care physician at Summit Health, joins other experts to explain all about the symptoms, causes, and treatments for high blood pressure in an article for...

Grateful Patient Story: Colorectal Cancer

Our grateful patient, Jennifer, has a message for you: do not put off your colonoscopy. She almost canceled the routine screening test that led to her early colon cancer diagnosis.

Sleep Apnea: A Grateful Patient Story

Sleep apnea affects breathing at night, causing snoring and breathing disruptions. Learn about Summit Health patient Grace Ayala, her battle against sleep apnea, and a different way of treating sleep...

Compression Socks: Who Should Wear Them?

Compression socks are tight-fitting pairs of socks that apply pressure to ankles and legs, moving blood upward. Learn how compression socks help prevent blood from pooling in your veins and...

Get Ahead on Spring Allergies: Myth vs. Fact

With spring allergies, it's essential to separate fact from fiction. Join Summit Health allergist and immunologist Dr. Smruti Parikh as she debunks spring allergy myths.

Up All Night: What Triggers Sleep Paralysis?

Sleep paralysis is an inability to move between waking and falling asleep. Learn more about sleep paralysis with Madison, New Jersey, sleep specialist Vicky Seelall, MD.

Could I Have an Arrhythmia? What to Know and How to Spot Them

When someone has arrhythmia, their heart isn't beating correctly. Learn more about arrhythmia with Florham Park, New Jersey cardiologist Dr. Francesco Santoni-Rugiu, MD.

Insulin Resistance vs. Prediabetes: What You Should Know

You’ve probably heard of the terms: insulin resistance and prediabetes. But what exactly are these conditions, and how are they different? Find the answer to this question and more in...

What is Raynaud’s Phenomenon? 10 Things You Should Know

Raynaud's Phenomenon occurs when areas of the body turn different colors due to stress or cold. Learn more about Raynaud's Phenomenon with Berkeley Heights rheumatologist Swosty Tuladhar, MD.