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Don’t Let Hay Fever Get You Down This Spring

Are you concerned about dealing with your hay fever this spring? Changes in season and the reappearance of pollens can leave you sneezing or itchy. Here’s what you can do to take charge of your hay fever.

Mar 6th, 2020
UTIs and STDs Share Some Symptoms: How To Tell Them Apart

When burning feelings or discomfort turn up in your genital area, women face a question: Is it a urinary tract infection (UTI) or sexually transmitted disease (STD)? Here's how to tell the difference between these conditions.

Feb 12th, 2020
When Should I See a Doctor About Bronchitis?

With winter comes flu and cold season — which can also lead to bronchitis. In some cases, you can simply weather this inflammation in your airways, but there are times when seeking medical care for bronchitis is a good idea.

Dec 2nd, 2019
Myths and Facts About HPV

Are you wondering about those warts on your genitals but are too embarrassed to ask about them? They’re likely a sign of HPV, the most common STD. The good news is it’s treatable and beatable if you know the facts.

Oct 31st, 2019
How Adult-Onset Allergies Differ From Childhood Allergies

If you think of allergies as developing in childhood and perhaps extending into adulthood, that’s not the whole story. Increasingly, adults with no history of reacting to an allergen are finding themselves under attack. Take a moment to learn more.

Oct 16th, 2019
Top Triggers to Avoid If You Have GERD

Do you “feel the burn” in your throat or even down to your stomach after eating? You may have gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Learn which triggers you should avoid to ease your symptoms.

Sep 3rd, 2019
Learn About the Many Benefits of Telemedicine

The times you’d most like to see a doctor are often when you feel like going out the least. Learn how telemedicine helps bridge this gap, bringing your doctor virtually to you.

Jun 17th, 2019
10 Rules to Follow If You Have Oily Skin

Many of us struggled with oily skin during our teenage years, but not everyone outgrows it. If you are one of those who still must deal with the ongoing consequences of having oily skin, you might be interested in the following 10 tips.

Feb 22nd, 2019
Help Your Heart with a Few Extra Hours of Sleep Each Day

It should be no surprise to anyone that 50 – 70 million Americans don’t get the restorative sleep they need. Just note the number of advertisements for mattresses, pillows, and mattress toppers we see everyday that all promise to deliver the perfect night’

Jan 31st, 2019
6 Skin Conditions You May Be Experiencing

Is that a simple pimple? Is it rosacea? Should I worry about that new mole? Our skin happens to be our largest external organ. It is what the world sees, the environment touches, and it’s difficult for us to ignore if something is amiss.

Oct 18th, 2018
Make Heart Health An Everyday Habit

One can hardly pick up a frozen dinner, boxed cereal, or any prepackaged food and not notice the “Heart Healthy” label splashed all over the item. Relying on these marketing ploys alone will typically NOT provide much that is truly heart healthy.

Jul 26th, 2018
5 Tips to Prevent Summertime Injuries

Summer weather means fun activities, enjoying the outdoors, and participating in new sports, but did you know that it can also mean an increase in injuries?

Jun 14th, 2018
What To Do At Your Next Doctor’s Visit

No doubt if you asked doctors this question, many of them would say that one of the most important things to do at your next doctor’s visit is be on time. This is especially true with early morning appointments.

May 31st, 2018
Three Easy Steps to Prevent the Flu

Per the CDC’s latest reports, the flu has now been reported as widespread in 42 states plus New York City and the District of Columbia, with 53 pediatric flu-related deaths reported so far.

Mar 12th, 2018