What kind of medical care do you need?

Confused about whether you need primary, urgent or emergency care? You’re not alone.

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A fuller life at half the weight

Discover how gastric bypass surgery helped one New York woman shed nearly 150 pounds and a host of chronic health conditions.

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Feel better with these home remedies

Get tips for boosting your immune system, treating tension headaches and more.

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Get the most out of your wellness exam

How to prepare and what to expect during your annual check-up.

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Help a loved one with an addiction problem

Addiction to substances and behaviors can devastate families.

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The top 5 skin ailments, explained

The most common reasons to see a dermatologist, from eczema to skin growths.

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Continuum Health Partners, Mount Sinai join to create the Mount Sinai Health System.

The new, integrated system improves access to healthcare for New Yorkers by creating an expansive network of primary, specialty and ambulatory care centers. Read more here.

Primary care, urgent care, or the ER: Where should you go?

Dr. Jessica I. Petilla, a geriatrician and primary care doctor at St. Luke’s Medical Group at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s in NYC, explains why and when it’s appropriate to go to your primary care doctor, urgent care and the emergency room. To find a doctor or schedule an appointment, call 855-411-5969 (LWNY). Click here to watch more physician videos.

Jump-start your spring workout program
Jump-start your spring workout program

The great outdoors and fresh air don’t charge membership fees, so use springtime’s mild temperatures as an excuse to step outside and get moving. View slideshow.

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