Patricia Vuguin, MD

Pediatric Endocrinologist, Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York
Associate Professor, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine

 


Recent Posts By: Patricia Vuguin, MD

Another Football Risk–This Time, Cardiovascular

Though it is our most popular, commonly viewed sport, football has been taking a beating in the health care arena lately. Besides the expanding case studies on concussions and the impact this high-intensity sport has on the brain, recent research indicates that play on the gridiron also negatively affects the heart. High-intensity exercise has been… Read more »

Teen Girls’ Fitness: More Crucial than Fat Concerns

Promoting teen girls’ fitness can hinder cardiovascular disease in the future, according to a new report in the medical journal Obesity Review. Fitness is the ability to perform physical activities that require aerobic capacity, endurance, strength and/or flexibility. It is a significant marker for future health. Genetics plays a role, but exercise is the primary… Read more »