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What is Andropause?

Andropause refers to the decline of hormone levels, mainly testosterone, in men. The term “andropause” originates from the phrase “androgen decline,” or low testosterone. Male menopause, or andropause, is not as easy to diagnose as female menopause because the male testes do not lose the ability to produce testosterone....Read More

Are You Struggling with Menopause?

Many women struggle with menopause and perimenopause – the time period leading up to the cessation of menstruation. During menopause, women experience a decrease in estrogen and progesterone levels, which often accelerates the aging process and may significantly reduce quality of life. At Bardisa Medical Center in Miami, Florida,...Read More

Dr. Roselind Bardisa was Honored by Patients with the Most Compassionate Doctor Award

Vitals.com, a leader in providing patients with valuable healthcare information, recently awarded Dr. Roselind Bardisa of Bardisa Medical Center in Miami, FL with the distinguished Most Compassionate Doctor Award of 2013. Dr. Bardisa received the Most Compassionate Doctor Award from Vitals.com in 2012 as well. The Vitals Most Compassionate...Read More

What is an HCG Diet?

When you’re trying to lose weight, it’s often difficult to find a diet plan that actually works. You’ve probably heard about the HCG diet, and you may be wondering ‘What is an HCG diet?’ This diet combines the naturally-occurring HCG hormone with a low calorie diet plan. HCG occurs naturally in...Read More

Who Do You Love?

In the words of the legendary Bo Diddley, would you walk “47 miles of barbed wire” for anyone? More importantly, would you do it for yourself? The month of February focuses our attention on love. Cards are bought, candy is given…but all directed to someone else. This month I...Read More

It’s Not You, It’s Your Hormones

For years when I started to practice medicine, I was puzzled by the patient that would come to me with weight gain and fatigue. The traditional labs for thyroid and metabolism were all normal. I would ask the patient for meticulous food diaries, and a log of their exercise...Read More

Turn It Up

Bonjorno to my first, and longly anticipated BMC blog. And what a perfect time as I arrive from a magical vacay abroad with my beloved family. It was quite a challenge because not only did we take our 3 daughters, but were also joined by my parents, my husbands...Read More