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Tips to Prepare for your Doctor's Visit

Whether seeing a doctor for the first time or continuing with a doctor you’ve seen many times, there are things you’ll want to do to prepare.

How to Protect Yourself from Spring Sports Injuries

It's been a long winter—heavy snowfall and the need for social distancing have kept many of us cooped up in our homes for months.

Five Tips to Prevent Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer, which develops in the colon or rectum, is almost entirely preventable. All you have to do, experts say, is get screened.

Summit Medical Group is Now Summit Health

On March 18, 2021, Summit Health CEO Jeffrey Le Benger introduced the new Summit Health brand with the unveiling of signage at Summit Health headquarters in Berkeley Heights.

Colorectal Cancer: Top Reasons People Don’t Get Screened but Should

Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of death in the United States, but it’s highly treatable if detected early and largely preventable with regular screenings. While screenings have been...

Personalize Your Plate: Cultural Flavor to Create Healthy Dishes

It is a common misconception that nutritionists frown upon eating what you like or are used to. Lindsay Maurer MS, RDN, CDCES, a registered dietitian at Summit Health, says there...

Healthy Aging for the Brain

Did you know that throughout our life span, the brain changes more than any other part of our body? If you answered “no”, you’re probably not alone. Unlike our skin...

Pandemic's Impact on Diabetes

Summit Medical Group’s Dr. Marie Nevin, Department Chair of Endocrinology, recently appeared on Think Tank with Steve Adubato to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on individuals with diabetes and the...

Daylight Saving Time: Spring Ahead with More Spring in Your Step

Studies have shown that the annual ritual of turning clocks ahead (or back) can throw us out of rhythm, causing adverse effects on our health, sleep, and lifestyle. How well...

5 Signs of Chronic Kidney Disease

The kidneys are often thought of as the body’s waste disposal system. And for good reason—they filter toxins out of our blood, remove wastes, and turn excess fluid into urine...