VA Top Docs and VA Top Dentists are proud to feature the following February 2020 approved providers. VA Top Docs Include: Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Dr. Ahmed Butt Bariatric Medicine / Surgery Dr. Daphne Bryan Cardiology Dr. Vasudev G. Ananthram Dr. Jason Call Dermatology Dr. David W. Bray Dr. Sharon S. Camden ENT (Otolaryngology) Dr. Sarah Blank Family Practice Dr. Margaret Baumgarten Dr. Sarah M. Bushey Dr. Nicola Davies Dr. David S. Deeley Internal Medicine Dr. Brenda Arnett Dr. Bijal Desai Neurological Surgery Dr. William Broaddus Neurology Dr. John cochran Ophthalmology Dr. Walter Bundy III Dr. David K. Chow Orthopedic Surgery Dr. Ken Accousti Pain Management Dr. John Barsanti Pediatrics Dr. Ghassen Atiyeh Dr. James Baugh Dr. Margaret Blanchard Dr. LaGora Oliver Brooks Dr. Lisa Bunting Physical Medicine / Physiatry Dr. Michael DePalma Reproductive Medicine & Infertility Dr. Silvina Bocca Urology Dr. Eric Cote

How To Stay Healthy At Home By Nicole Fonzino (Originally Published in Health Living Magazine, 2019) — Who says you need to go to a gym to stay in shape?  Ditch your gym membership and opt to work out in a more comfortable environment – your house! Here’s some gear that will help you get healthy at home:   MIRROR Enjoy variety with your workouts? With Mirror, you can switch up your daily exercise routine with no problem. Choose from interactive classes such as cardio, yoga, strength, Pilates, boxing or barre, and get ready to sweat. Instructors help you maximize your workout every time. The high-tech display features an LCD panel, stereo speakers, camera and microphone. You can pair your Apple Watch to Mirror to track your heart rate and receive other biometric stats. Unlike other, bulky workout equipment, Mirror can conveniently be hung on any wall, so you can Read the full article →

You’re Not The Only One Who’s Exhausted & Here’s Why Can you make it through the whole day without needing a nap? Or can you make it a whole week without dozing off at your desk? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around 15% of women and 10% of men regularly feel exhausted in America.  In addition to that, the CDC reports that one third of American adults get less than the recommended amount of sleep.  Not getting enough sleep is linked with many chronic diseases and conditions like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and depression. It’s no surprise that these conditions are taking a massive toll on our country, but who knew sleep had a role to play in this? Below you will find a few possible reasons why you’re always feeling exhausted and what you can do to get a better night’s rest. Read the full article →

Facial Oils: The Boost-Your-Beauty Routine Needs By Jamie Vallorosi (Originally Published in Healthy Living Magazine, 2019) — Of all products that touch your sacred skin, oil has the longest proven history of success. One hundred percent natural and effective, facial oils have been used through the millennia to smooth, refine, brighten and moisturize the skin from head to toe. Even if you have excessively oily skin, facial oils might be exactly what you need to balance your moisture level. They are beneficial to all skin types. Yes, there is even oil for sensitive or acne-prone skin. Many are known for their healing properties and build a barrier to protect from harmful free radicals and bacteria. They are multifunctional whether you add a drop to your moisturizer in the AM, a layer to your clean face at night or a pea-sized amount in your foundation for a glowy boost. Let facial Read the full article →