Dr. Seth Levine writes a monthly medical column. He joined University Hospitals, and the practice of Dr. George Topalsky, in 2015. Levine grew up in Solon and serves the Cleveland community as a practicing internal medicine physician at the UH Internal Medicine Center in Independence.
Knock, knock. Hello, I am Dr. Levine, thank you for coming in today. Proceeds to wash hands, after directing eye contact at you, a smile of the eyes behind masked faces possibly followed by an air handshake, and so then it begins; the medical exam of 2021.
This article is for those born between the years of 1946 and 1964. Those who knew Woodstock and the Beatles in a more personal way than merely fabled tales of greatness, freedom and splendor written in books or played from dusty albums with worn covers. Baby boomer’s, you comprise 21.45% of …
The early morning sun between the blinds; the sign of a new day. A new opportunity to live today healthy. To develop a routine, and create steps toward the path of health you’ve always envisioned.
As I walk through the hospital wards to see patients, something is shifting. The once air of tension and uneasiness stemming from this virus is now breeding a feel of hope and vibrance as we see the numbers falling. Vaccinations are decreasing new cases and attenuating the virus severity overall.