prostate cancer, black men, dr Berry Pierre

Raising Awareness of Prostate Cancer in Black Men

As an Internist over the years I’ve had many conversations centered around men’s health. …

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water, fasting, wellness,dr berry pierre

 Water and Wellness: Why Hydration is Key to Your Health

I was having a conversation with a friend of mines asking about the pros …

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monkeypox, virus,dr Berry Pierre

MonkeyPox Virus Overview

Check out the extensive overview of the monkeypox virus as Dr. Berry Pierre discuses the 2022 outbreak including treatment and prevention.

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Mental health month

How to take care of your mental health in a pandemic

Mental health is just as important as physical health, and it’s something that we …

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National fitness month

Move in may: national fitness month

May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, so let’s get moving! National Physical …

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Everything You Need to Know About Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness

Everything You Need to Know About Irritable Bowel Syndrome Awareness this April

Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS, though some may consider it a taboo subject to discuss, it is a real health issue that affects almost 25 to 45 million Americans. 

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Tips for Dealing With Arthritis Pain in the Winter

How many times have you thought a storm was on the way because your arthritis pain was becoming worse?  In the United States, arthritis affects millions of people. Arthritis in the winter amplifies aches and pains.

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Colon cancer awareness month: what to look for and how to treat it

Every person deserves a healthy life. With the National Colon Cancer Awareness Month happening this March, it’s time to know more about colon cancer, how we can prevent it, and ways to support those who have colon cancer. 

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Health issues and Men’s Health with Dr. Vicki Doe

Obviously I love serving as the host of the Lunch and Learn with Dr. Berry but …

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Heart Failure Awareness Week: What You Can Do About It

Heart failure affects nearly 6 million Americans. Every year, around 670,000 people are diagnosed with heart failure. It’s the most common reason for adults over the age of 65 to visit the hospital.

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