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Increasing Exercise May Reduce Depression Despite Genetic Predisposition

People who are genetically predisposed to depression may be able to counteract their increased risk by exercising more, according to Harvard University researchers.

In a new study published in Depression and...

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Cheeky Effect of Air Pollution

A study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology links traffic-related air pollution to the formation of lentigines, benign lesions also known as liver spots, on the cheeks of Caucasian women in Germany and Han Chinese women. The findings suggest a...

Total Vein Care at The Skin Center Offers Patients a Leg Up on Vein Health and Aesthetics: Comprehensive, Specialized Vein Care, Backed by Three Decades of Expertise

Vein disease is among the most common medical conditions, with modest estimates suggesting that 40 percent of women and 20 percent of men become symptomatic by age 50. Historically, treating venous issues has been a painful, long-term, one-size-fits-all proposition. Advancements in technology have changed that, with countless benefits for men and women of all ages, many of whom once felt compelled to suffer in silence.

Northside Hospital Program Focuses Resources on 
Deadliest Skin Cancer

Surgical oncologist Jonathan Lee, M.D., left The Cancer Institute of New Jersey last year to join the Northside Hospital medical staff and launch Northside Hospital Melanoma Program in August 2012 as Program Director. With Northside Hospital’s appointment as a National Cancer Institute’s Community Cancer Center, it's clear that Dr. Lee's dedication and that of the program's staff are paying off.