Florida has many distinctions: sunniest location in the continental U.S.; oldest continuous European settlement; longest coastline in the contiguous states; southern-most point in the U.S., etc. One superlative our family practice doctors at Cohen Medical Associates of Delray Beach wish we
While the controversy surrounding measles vaccine rages on, our family doctors in Delray Beach thought you should know some facts about measles, especially a little-known, but ultimately fatal result that can appear years after infection. What is measles? First, let’s look at
What could be more heartbreaking than to lose a child, especially to a preventable accident? Our family practice doctors in Delray Beach would like to call your attention to a report released this month by the non-profit organization Safe Kids
Given the magnitude of the opioid epidemic plaguing the country, it’s understandable that many would prefer to turn to alternatives for treating their chronic pain, or even withdrawal from opioids. One of those alternatives, the herbal supplement kratom, has become
Come visit our new state of the art research facility, Cohen Medical Research Associates. We are currently running trials for the following conditions: Osteoporosis Memory lossDiabetesCholesterolBlood StudiesAnd many more. Many of these studies offer payment for travel and time. Give Laura or Liz a
Your primary care doctors at Cohen Medical Associates in Delray Beach, Florida, sometimes encounter patients who have questions and even reservations about being vaccinated or having their children vaccinated. In addition, several recent reports about the effects of not having
“Talk to your doctor before starting any new supplement.” You hear it all the time, but do you always check with your primary care doctors at Cohen Medical Associates in Delray Beach, Florida before you take that pill? There are
Last year a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) caused some concern when it showed that not only were colon cancer deaths rising among younger white people, but that the cancers diagnosed in this population were more advanced and more deadly than those normally found in older Americans. That study confirmed results from others released in the last few years.