Arling, Bryan, M.D.
Bryan Arling is a general internist who has been in private practice in the Washington, D.C., area for 30 years. A graduate of Harvard Medical School, he attended Stanford for his internship and residency in Internal Medicine and came to Washington in the Public Health Service. As a full-time faculty member at George Washington University, he coordinated the intern and resident educational programs for the department of medicine. Dr. Arling has served on various advisory committees to Harvard Medical School on curriculum reform and has been on the executive committee of the Academy of Medicine of Washington for 12 years.
Articles by Arling, Bryan, M.D.
Research suggests a multitude of benefits of vitamin D, but it’s reasonable to boost intake cautiously.
The ear pain, room spinning, light sensitivity, and headache is becoming a nuisance.
Even in winter months, doctors diagnose the tick-borne illness.
A number of colon cleansers are touted on the news and the Internet. Are they safe to use?
A doctor's advice to a patient worried because her father developed Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Expert Bryan Arling's advice on Cymbalta, Savella, and other treatment options for fibromyalgia.
What elderly women can do to minimize the damage of osteoporosis.
Each colon cancer screening test has its pros and cons; you do need to choose one or another.
In a word, yes.