It’s time to start thinking about the start of a new year and a new you. If you’re looking to cross weight loss off your resolution list, look no further than our medically supervised programs. Here’s the skinny on what they involve.
While you may know the basics of high blood pressure and what it does to your health, do you know what could happen in the worst-case scenario? We want you to be fully informed, so we’re walking through the threats high blood pressure poses.
While it’s generally a bad idea to allow fluids into your ear, there are actually fluid-based procedures for the ear canal that can keep your ears healthy and protect your hearing. Read on to learn more.
Pink eye is a highly contagious condition that primarily affects young children and can be painful and long-lasting without treatment. Learn more about the symptoms of pink eye and how we can help you.
The COVID-19 pandemic forever changed the way that patients communicate with their healthcare providers. However, telehealth can benefit almost everyone, while providing a list of other benefits. Read on to learn more.
Losing five or six pounds to get rid of the slouch over your belt is understandable, but losing large amounts of weight for your overall health can be essential. If you haven’t been able to lose weight on your own, we can help.
Pap smears are sometimes seen as uncomfortable and intimidating. With caring professionals at your side, however, having your essential routine Pap smear can be easier. Read on to learn more about the importance of Pap smears.
Telehealth is a new revolution in healthcare, and many doctors are taking advantage of these systems to provide prompt care to patients. Read on to learn more about how telehealth can help you and your loved ones.
Did you know that adults can be infected with Hand Foot and Mouth disease? There is plenty of information available about this condition, but not all of it is accurate. Make sure you’ve got the facts about this highly contagious illness.
If you’re generally in good health, you might wonder why you’d need to go to the doctor. And if you’re wary of going to the doctor, it’s understandable why you’d stay away. Your PCP, though, is essential to your health.
Women’s Health Week is May 9-15, and we are here to support you! In this blog, we cover common women’s health issues and how we can help you detect these issues with a women’s health visit. Learn more here.
A sore throat often accompanies allergies or a cold, which is caused by a virus. Strep throat is caused by a bacterial infection, and there are differences in the symptoms. Here are telltale signs of strep throat and what you should do about it.
Sexually transmitted diseases are more common than you may realize. Receiving an early diagnosis can help protect your health, so make sure to get tested regularly, especially if you have multiple sexual partners.
Ear infections are common in both children and adults. Whether yours will go away on its own or it needs treatment with antibiotics, an ear infection can still cause a great deal of pain. Learn more about how to reduce ear infection pain.
Cuts are no fun, but taking the best care of your injury can help ease pain and discomfort while staving off complications. Depending on factors such as the size, location, and cause of your cut, that care may involve an urgent care visit.
Heart problems can lead to life-threatening conditions, but the good news is, you can avoid developing most heart problems by keeping your heart healthy. Following these 10 tips will help you attain and maintain a strong, healthy heart.
The colder months are approaching, and that means the beginning of the flu season. Now is the time to take steps to keep your family healthy. Read on to learn how you can help keep your family safe from the flu and other viruses.
Vaccines aren’t just for kids. They can help adults stay healthy, too. The key is figuring out which vaccines you need to help prevent diseases as you get older. Not sure if your vaccines are up to date? This guide can help.
Sexually-transmitted diseases are very common. If you’ve been sexually active, you should be tested for STDs at some point, if not many times throughout your life. If you have certain risk factors, you may need more than annual tests.
Summer is here and that means fun in the sun! But it also means a lot of unexpected hazards, like sunburns, bug bites, and poison ivy exposure. Learn about how to protect yourself when you’re out in the elements.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.