For many, June signifies the end of a long school year, graduation parties and let us not forget Father’s Day! Given so much to celebrate it is easy for us to forget that June also marks Men’s Health Awareness month. A significant reminder that men of all ages should be cognizant of their overall health […]
The month of May marks Urgent Care Center Awareness Month and we are letting our local community know that urgent care centers are here to make their lives easier and healthier. When you’re seeking attention for a medical situation that requires immediate attention, but is non-life threatening, Urgent Care centers are a great alternative to […]
Spring is a time of budding trees, blossoming flowers, walks in the park, and spring sports!
Some of the most popular school sports, baseball, soccer, lacrosse and softball, start up this time of year. Being involved in sports brings many benefits for student athletes such as building friendships, learning disciplinary skills, and getting physically fit. […]
Bronchitis and laryngitis are both forms of inflammation that cause your voice to become raspy or hoarse.
Bronchitis Vs. Laryngitis
Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchial tubes, the air passages between the mouth and the lungs. There are two types of bronchitis: acute and chronic. Acute is a short term cough that can last up to […]
In the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. By making small lifestyle changes, you can reduce and prevent the chances of cardiovascular disease in your lifetime. February marks American Heart Month, which helps raise awareness on heart disease and how it can be prevented.
Here are 7 […]
The winter season is a common time for almost everyone to have a runny or stuffy nose, a hoarse cough, or a sore throat. Many things can cause the painful condition of a sore throat such as bacteria, allergens, cigarette smoke, or other viral infections.
A sore throat is usually the first sign of a cold, […]
Fever, chills and body aches? Could you have the flu? October through March is when most cases of the flu occur, or, when flu season happens every year. With flu season tending to peak anytime from December to January each year, your odds of getting the flu are higher during these months. If you have […]
By December, many people feel like it’s too late to get their flu shot. Flu season has started, and if they didn’t get their flu shot in the fall, they’re certainly not going to find time for it during the busy holiday season. But the truth is, as long as people are still getting sick […]
The holiday season has already started, and so has flu season. That’s why the CDC has designated the week of December 4 – 10, 2016, as National Influenza Vaccination Week.
Once November ends and the holiday season starts, people tend to forget about getting their flu shot. In fact, research from past flu seasons has […]
If you’re expecting a little one within the next nine months, you probably have a lot on your mind. Between the doctor’s visits, prenatal classes, prepping the baby’s room and stocking up on everything you will need, preparing for your baby’s arrival can be exhausting. Among everything else you have to do, it can be […]