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September 20, 2017  
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  • Fibroids1: How can people manage their lives to minimize the chances of becoming sick?
    Dr. Moises Yoselevitz: People should empower themselves by taking the initiative of improving their health. There are so many clear relationships between our behavior and the diseases we get. So we should do our best to avoid those behaviors that we know for a fact are going to lead us to problems. By not smoking and with exercise and good eating habits we can help ourselves. Since I am also human, I know myself that this isn’t always easy. But the more we can work toward cooperating with our bodies, the better off we will be, particularly as we get older.
    Dr. Moises Yoselevitz: People should empower themselves by taking the initiative of improving their health. There are so many clear relationships between our behavior and the diseases we get. So we should do our best to avoid those behaviors that we know for a fact are going to lead us to problems. By not smoking and with exercise and good eating habits we can help ourselves. Since I am also human, I know myself that this isn’t always easy. But the more we can work toward cooperating with our bodies, the better off we will be, particularly as we get older.
    Dr. Moises Yoselevitz

    Dr. Moises Yoselevitz


    Moises Yoselevitz M.D. has served as chief of vascular radiology at the Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation in New Orleans since 1991. Prior to that he was chief of interventional radiology at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in West Haven, Connecticut and an assistant professor of interventional radiology in the department of diagnostic imaging at the Yale University School of Medicine.

    Dr. Moises Yoselevitz

    Dr. Moises Yoselevitz


    Moises Yoselevitz M.D. has served as chief of vascular radiology at the Alton Ochsner Medical Foundation in New Orleans since 1991. Prior to that he was chief of interventional radiology at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in West Haven, Connecticut and an assistant professor of interventional radiology in the department of diagnostic imaging at the Yale University School of Medicine.

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