Ashley Bellman and Dr. Roshini Raj visit Van Court Studio, a guilt-free and health conscious nail salon. Tips are shared about how to receive a healthy manicure.
Do you dread talking to real live doctor about those slightly embarrassing bodily behaviors? No need to say you’re “asking for a friend” any longer. Dr. Raj is here to answer all your extra-personal questions about your body. Watch this video on The Scene.
Now people are wondering if Durham’s weight loss might have contributed to his death. IE spoke to Dr. Roshini Raj. She said: “Diabetic shock means that blood sugars are really elevated and really out of control causing the organs to fail and this can happen to people with Type 1 diabetes. Losing 180 pounds in one year is extremely rapid weight loss and while you do want people who are very over weight to lose weight it can be unhealthy if it's happening too quickly.”
Associate Professor at NYU Medical Center Dr. Roshini Raj on a new breakthrough in cancer research. Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com
NYU Langone associate professor Dr. Roshini Raj on a new breakthrough cancer therapy.
Jamie-Lynn Sigler revealed to People Magazine that she has been battling multiple sclerosis, or MS, for over 15 years. Dr. Roshini Raj, associate professor at NYU Langone Medical Center, joins CBSN to discuss the symptoms and treatment options for the disease which affects more than two million people worldwide. View More: Live News|More News Videos
If you're looking for self-enrichment, you may want to try the "Digital Detox" or meditation. Dr. Roshini Raj shares some healthful tips. View More: Live News|More News Videos
Dr. Roshini Raj addresses common medical myths and rumors on Fox & Friends. Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com
TODAY Contributor Dr. Roshini Raj and Editorial director of lifestyle at the Huffington Post Christina Anderson share simple tests to assess how well you're aging. From how long can you stand on one leg to getting up from crossed legs without using your hands, these tests can be indications of your overall health.
The American Cancer Society has revised its guidelines, saying most women can start at age 45. Dr. Roshini Raj joins NBC's Nightly News with Lester Holt to discuss more.