Fighting the Good Fight During Cold and Flu Season

Fighting the Good Fight During Cold and Flu Season

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Ton of Cure To prevent colds, it’s important to wash your hands several times a day with soap and water. There is no data that says antibacterial soap is any better than regular soap. Keep a distance of at least three feet from...
Tips for Restful Sleep

Tips for Restful Sleep

In our fast-paced society, it is easy to become over-scheduled and feel run-down. In order to create more time to get things done, it is common to sacrifice sleep instead of finding another solution. Because of this, 40% of Americans do not get the recommended amount...

Recent Patient Success Story

“I have been a patient of Dr. Sosin since 5 years ago. I drive over an hour from Pasadena to see him. After visiting my doctor in Pasadena, I always felt hopeless and defeated, but after visiting Dr. Sosin I always feel very good about my health. Today I told him...
Probiotics Can Help with Regularity

Probiotics Can Help with Regularity

Probiotics can make a difference in elderly patients with irregularity, concluded a systematic review published in April 2017. Approximately half of all elderly patients living in nursing homes suffer from chronic constipation and 56%-75% of institutionalized elderly...
The Overmedicating of America

The Overmedicating of America

Americans take so many drugs that 100,000 of us die every year because of those drugs. It is not illness that causes those 100,000 deaths, but the damaging effects of drugs taken for illness. Beyond these deaths there are millions of adverse drug reactions every year,...
Ketamine: Not a Great New Drug for Depression

Ketamine: Not a Great New Drug for Depression

Time magazine, in its August 7, 2017 issue, promotes ketamine as a “Surprising new drug (that) may change (depression).” Noting that 16 million Americans have clinical depression, and 30% of people don’t respond to current therapies, the article offers ketamine as a...