Blog, Ophthalmology

How To Know If You Have A Detached Retina

A detached retina is a serious condition that could possibly cause vision loss in that eye, and occurs when the retina becomes separated from its underlying supportive tissue. If the retina gets torn, the fluid inside the eye can leak underneath and separate the retina from its underlying tissue. Because the retina cannot function when these layers are detached, […]

Blog, Urology

Prostate Cancer Screening: What All Men Should Know

Screening—which basically means testing for a disease in people without symptoms—can help find some types of cancer early, such as prostate cancer, when it’s more easily treated. But for some men, the risks of prostate cancer screening may outweigh the benefits. This is something we emphasize to our male patients at Westchester Health, make sure they understand […]

Family Medicine, Infants/Toddlers, Kids, Parents, Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, Pulmonology, Teens

How To Help Your Child Recognize And Avoid Asthma Triggers

Does your child have chest tightness, shortness of breath or exercise intolerance? It might not be a stubborn cold that won’t go way — it might be asthma. Asthma has multiple causes, and it’s not unusual for two or more different causes to be present in one child. At Westchester Health Pediatrics, we see a […]