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The Healthy Reads Blog is your source for insights into medical trends, concierge medicine, primary care, wellness, and more.

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Lifestyle & Wellness

By: Tamara Sobel, M.D.
December 20th, 2017

As we age, we all notice changes in our bodies. Whether they are slight or significant, our bodies are adapting to our needs over time. But did you know that your nutritional needs change over time as well? In fact, as you age, your diet may actually need to change. Adults who want to focus on healthy aging will need to adjust their nutrition and consume more nutrient-dense foods to keep the body as healthy as possible.

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Medical Perspectives | Lifestyle & Wellness

By: Tamara Sobel, M.D.
January 25th, 2017

Adopting a healthy lifestyle in your 20’s and 30’s is the foundation for aging well and living longer, but it’s never too late to start. In addition to not smoking, refraining from excessive alcohol use, and using sunscreen, a healthy lifestyle includes three key components: healthy eating habits, regular exercise and stress management. While there’s no magic secret for living to 100, it is never too early to plan for longevity.

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Medical Perspectives

By: Tamara Sobel, M.D.
June 14th, 2016

Adopting a healthy lifestyle in your 20’s and 30’s is the foundation for aging well and living longer, but it’s never too late to start. In addition to not smoking, refraining from excessive alcohol use, and using sunscreen, a healthy lifestyle includes three key components: healthy eating habits, regular exercise and stress management. While there’s no magic secret for living a long life, it is never too early to plan for longevity.

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Concierge Medicine

By: Tamara Sobel, M.D.
May 18th, 2016

The demand for concierge medicine continues to grow as the traditional primary care system becomes more crowded. As the concierge care model has grown, some misconceptions have formed that may cause confusion for those considering a switch in their care. Take a look at the following three misconceptions about concierge medicine and the reality behind how this medical model can benefit you.