• Concussions call for a time out

    Concussions have made headlines this season. As a physician specializing in sports medicine, I treat many high school and college athletes, youth athletes and weekend warriors, recovering from concussions.

  • Top 5 Checklist for Breast Health 

    Breast cancer is among the most common cancers in women. However, early detection makes a difference. When found early, breast cancer is easiest to treat. So put these 5 things on your healthy woman checklist!

  • Holly’s Kitchen: Air Fryer Chicken Tacos

    As a mom of three, I have learned to appreciate meals that can be ready in under 15 minutes and prepared with just one hand! This taco recipe is versatile, delicious and nutritious. Here’s why my family loves it: Chicken. Air fryer chicken thighs are extra juicy, plus I love the ease and promptness of the … Continued

  • Erin’s Kitchen: Cajun Shrimp & Veggies

    Cajun Shrimp and Vegetables is so incredibly easy but packed with tons of flavor and nutrition! Sheet pan meals are my go-to for quick and tasty meals without all the fuss. This one’s a favorite at our house. Bonus: It’s versatile so you can change it up with any of the veggies your family loves … Continued

  • Are You Grounded?

    The secret to happiness is letting every situation be what it is instead of what you think it should be. Author Unknown I love this quote because it reminds us to be present in the moment, without judgement of the experience. When we are feeling stressed, anxious or overwhelmed, mindfulness helps us pause and connect … Continued

  • Top 5 Ways to Be Sun Safe

    More than 90 percent of skin cancers are caused by sun exposure! Limiting sun exposure is one of the best ways to help prevent skin cancer. Remember, there’s no such thing as a healthy tan. Tanning is how the body protects itself from the sun’s UV (ultraviolet) rays.  Throw shade. The sun’s rays are strongest from … Continued

  • Shiitake Mushrooms Must Be Fully Cooked Before Eating. Here’s Why.

    Shiitakes are a woodland mushroom often used in Japanese and Chinese cuisine. They’re delicious and popular: an estimated 10,000 tons are consumed per year. But did you know that eating an undercooked shiitake can cause dermatitis?

  • June is Men’s Health Month

    Dr. Peller Strongly encourages men to come in for routine check-ups to prevent basic health problems and to help men stay healthy.

  • Lawn Mowing Tips to Ease Allergies

    Mowing the lawn and the smell of fresh-cut grass are signs of summer. They are also very common allergy triggers.

  • Chicken and Veggie Pad Thai Is a Go-To Meal

    This is one of my favorite weekday go-to meals. This balanced recipe is easy to make, full of flavor and jam-packed with nutrients. It is also great reheated for leftovers. This Chicken and Vegetable Pad Thai is a simple, yet healthier version of a classic take-out favorite. It can also easily be made vegan by … Continued