Selected Articles & Essays
What women — and men — need to know about the common, but often missed, condition
Over-the-counter vitamins, herbs and minerals aren’t without potential risks
Abdominal pain, bloating and a change in bowel habits warrant a call to your doctor
Learn more about credit card points, how to redeem them and the rewards you might reap
Despite more women out-earning their male partners, societal norms place undue stress on high-earning women in heterosexual relationships
Pay attention to what kids want and need.
Hiring a teenager to run a “camp”.
Is it time to close nursing homes to visitors?
Caring for children has significant short and long-term costs – and they affect women above all else
How much money should a parent provide?
Profile of USC alumna Erica Capellino, the dietician for the Los Angeles Chargers
Justin Ichida knows that for his patients, the clock is ticking
Plastic that sports an image of your favorite pooch
Let the “neck rule” be your guide
The spine gives structure to your life
Scientists often debate whether irritable bowel syndrome is a mental or physical issue. That’s not much help for those who suffer from it.
When I was 25, I fell in love with a Catholic man who attended Mass every Sunday. This was inconvenient because I was Jewish (with an asterick).
There is not a hint of discrimination among the leaders or scouts in this group, but it is not hard for me to extrapolate from this to the issues that have bedeviled the national organization. My son, however, has none of my reservations. From the very moment he started this journey, he’s been all in.
“Your triple-screen results are in, and they are showing an increased risk of Down’s syndrome,” said Dr. Nancy O’Neil. Her voice was like a BB gun: pop, pop, pop.