Baby drinking milk from a baby bottle with an odd look on his face. Could it be Galactosemia?
    October 29, 2002
    Galactosemia: A-to-Z Guide from Diagnosis to Treatment to Prevention

    Introduction to galactosemia: Lactose is an important source of calories for most babies, whether from breast milk or formula. For babies with galactosemia, lactose becomes a poison. (more…)…

    Butterbur - An Effective Natural Remedy for Allergies? Is It Safe? Or Does It Cause Liver Cancer? What You Need to Know
    February 18, 2002
    Butterbur – An Effective Natural Remedy for Allergies? Is It Safe? Or Does It Cause Liver Cancer? What You Need to Know

    Petasites is a shrub with incredibly huge leaves, up to 3 feet in diameter, usually found in low-lying wet areas and marshes. The plant is sometimes called butterbur, perhaps because the large, soft l…

    Surprising uses and Benefits of Yogurt
    November 7, 2000
    Surprising Uses & Benefits of Yogurt

    Dr. Greene's Answer: One of those ideas is true and one is not, but the larger truth about yogurt may surprise you! In school, my daughter is studying the diversity of ecosystems from the Great Barrie…

    October 1, 1999
    Testosterone Shots

    Dr. Greene's Answer: For the past few years, you've watched the boys and girls in your class develop and change. Their bodies have changed in proportions, and growth spurts have sent their heights soa…

    How To Determine and Manage Rh Incompatibility
    April 26, 1999
    How To Determine and Manage Rh Incompatibility

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Corina, your situation is both dangerous and precarious. Every snowflake is different and each person is even more so! Each cell in our bloodstream carries our own genetic signatu…

    March 25, 1999
    Breast Lumps in Boys

    Dr. Greene's Answer: Lumps of one kind or another are a common reason for a visit to the doctor's office. The lump might be in the neck (that the parents suspect is just a swollen gland), in the knee …