Do Your Part: Wear A Mask

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A lot has changed over the last few months, and it can be overwhelming to know how you can help others while also trying to protect your family’s health.  There are some simple things you can do such as: Washing your hands often Avoid touching your face Stay 6 ft away from others Disinfect frequently

When to Call a Doctor About Sleep Problems

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It is not uncommon to experience sleep problems from time to time. Moments of stress, caffeine intake, and even eating certain foods before bed can make it difficult to get a good night’s rest.  However, if sleep problems are persistent and interfere with your day to day life, it may be time to talk to

What You Should Know About Hyerbaric Oxygen Therapy

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When you get an injury, your body is remarkably good at healing. Your body works hard to heal cuts and bruises – often, with smaller injuries, we don’t even realize it is happening.  But sometimes your body can use a little assistance in speeding the healing process up. Thanks to scientific and medical progress, accelerating

Back to School Vaccinations

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It’s “back to school” time, and many parents are having to make hard decisions about whether their kids will attend school in person, online, or a combination of both. There is a lot we can’t control right now, but there are things you can do to help ensure your kids health and safety. This year,

UV Safety: Tips for Avoiding Overexposure to the Sun

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Exposure to the sun can have many benefits including vitamin D intake and improvement in mental health. However, too much sun exposure can cause problems such as skin cancer, eye damage, sun burn, and immune system suppression. There are several things you can do to help prevent negative effects of sun exposure while also enjoying

Everything You Need to Know About Measles

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Thanks to the measles vaccine developed in the 1960s, measles cases became extremely rare.  However, there have been small outbreaks since then.  Measles is a dangerous and highly contagious disease, so it is important to understand how you can protect your family. What is measles? Measles causes a rash all over the body. It is

Steps You Can Take Daily to Keep Your Veins in Good Health

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Vein health is often overlooked, but it is an important part of your health. Healthy veins ensure blood flow back to the heart. There are several problems people can experience with their veins that can cause more serious health problems. Types of Vein Health Problems Varicose Veins: This occurs when blood collects in veins due

Everything You Need to Know About Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome

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Recently, a new syndrome in pediatric patients linked to COVID-19 has been seen in several U.S. states and in parts of Europe. There is much we don’t know about Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome, but doctors are working to better understand it, so that they can treat patients and help them recover. What is Pediatric Multi-System

Preparing for your Telehealth Visit

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Telehealth visits have been offered by some doctors for a while, mostly because of its convenience. People could use telehealth to communicate with their doctor if traveling to a doctor’s office was too difficult or inconvenient. However, because of COVID-19 and a desire to prevent the spread of germs, telehealth visits have become an important