Author: Luis Soler Rivera
Posts by Luis Soler Rivera
AVMs are snarled tangles of blood vessels that sometimes form in your body. They may affect up to 6 million Americans, but most don’t experience any negative effects. Samantha Dabney survived her AVM-caused stroke by focusing on her daughter.
There was a record number of measles outbreaks in the US in 2018, with ongoing outbreaks into 2019. Should you be concerned?
Spring's wet weather brings with it the growth of mold. How dangerous is it? What about "toxic mold"? Explore our FAQ about mold and mold exposure symptoms.
John Singleton's stroke and passing, and his family's fight over his healthcare decisions, highlight the need to think about medical interventions and who would make healthcare decisions on your behalf if something happened. Learn what to do and get the appropriate forms.
Sometimes, whether we plan to or not, we have to switch healthcare providers. Whatever the reason, there are a few important things to remember about how to change doctors. We spoke with Mohan Nadkarni, MD, who gave us some tips for a smooth transition.
You're probably getting ready for holiday events to enjoy with friends and family. In order to maintain your diets and health during the season, check out these healthy holiday recipes that are bound to be party hits!
Coming up with gift ideas for someone during the holiday season can feel confusing and stressful, especially when that person has special health needs.
Watch Jared Christophel, MD, discuss plastic surgery and reconstructive surgery options at UVA for cases of traumatic facial fractures.
Today, the number of people in their 40’s and 50’s having hip replacement surgery is increasing. Age used to be a major factor in determining if it was a good option, but today’s replacement joints are more durable and last longer than before. If you're having trouble with your hip joint, hip replacement may be an option for you.
The fitness world is full of misinformation. Working out incorrectly can lead to disappointment, hold you back at the gym or may even lead to injury. We'll help you get back on track by reviewing these fitness myths and the truth behind them.