Can't lose weight. Feeling tired even though you're sleeping. Your joints hurt and you're depressed. These can all be symptoms of thyroid disease.
Dr. Christopher Dodson, orthopedic surgeon of the Rothman Institute at Jefferson, explains why the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the most common injury amongst Alpine skiers and what you can do to prevent injuries.
The quality care for which Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals are recognized may now be closer to home than you realize.
SAD is a condition that causes depression during the fall and winter months. Jefferson psychiatrist Rajnish Mago, MD, explains how this condition is diagnosed and the various treatment options offered, including light therapy.
Recent news of two new drugs that received regulatory approval brings hope to late-stage melanoma patients.
This easy risotto recipe substitutes rice with healthy quinoa. Try it next time you're looking for an easy side dish.
In this video, a Jefferson neurologist explains the signs and symptoms of epilepsy, its risks and options for treatment.
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