Heart Attack Symptoms Men vs Women
Chop, Video | June 5, 2017
Heart Attack Symptoms Men vs Women

Do you know the #warningsigns of a #heartattack? Did you know they differ for men and women? Knowing the signs can not only save your life, it could minimize #heartdamage. Check out #CHOPHealth‘s latest #KnowledgeIsPower video. #njstrong #health #hearthealth #healthyheart#heart

Lifestyle Choices to Reduce Colon Cancer
Chop, Video | May 15, 2017
Lifestyle Choices to Reduce Colon Cancer

Did you know that #colorectalcancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in the U.S after #skincancer? You can play a key role when reducing your risk. #SalernoMedicalAssociates‘  #DrAlexanderSalerno has important steps you can take in his latest #KnowledgeIsPower video. #cancer

How to Have a Healthy Heart
Chop, Video | May 15, 2017
How to Have a Healthy Heart

Did you know that #hearthealth is directly tied to your #waistline and what’s on your plate? #SalernoMedicalAssociate‘s #DrAlexanderSalerno shares quick and easy tips to help prevent serious #heart problems in our latest #KnowledgeIsPower video! Watch it now & then share!

Breast Cancer Screenings
Chop, Video | January 9, 2017
Breast Cancer Screenings

I’m Dr. Alexander Salerno. Did you know that breast cancer, after skin cancer, is the second leading cancer in American women today? Regular check-ups and screenings play a major role in early detection and treatment. But recent, new, conflicting guidelines from various national organizations has led to confusion for many women. So, let’s break it down. Until recently, the standard…

Alzheimer's Disease
Chop, Video | January 4, 2017
Alzheimer’s Disease

Hi, I’m Dr. Alexander Salerno and today we’re gonna have a conversation about Alzheimer’s Disease. This is a topic very near and dear to me because my grandmother lived and died with Alzheimer’s Disease. Alzheimer’s Disease is a disorder that affects the memory and the brain; things like higher reasoning, learning, remembering gradually become destroyed as the disease progresses. It’s…