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Are Your Child’s Vaccines Up-To-Date?

In light of the recent measles outbreak, our pediatricians and pediatric team, along with the American Academy of Pediatrics, encourage all families to ensure their children are up-to-date with all...

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Walk Your Way to Improved Health

Walking as a form of exercise has been shown to have numerous benefits to one’s overall health. Walking is also free, can be done any time and anywhere, needs...

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Eye Safety & Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras season is upon us, and while we are busy thinking about king cakes, parades and parties, we often overlook some important, yet not-so-obvious, safety lessons while out and...

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The Truth about America’s Silent Killer: High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is often called “the silent killer” because it generally causes no noticeable symptoms yet remains very deadly.

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Tips on How to Get in Shape for the New Year

Learn safe and effective ways to get in shape for the new year.

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Wearing Your Health

As the New Year continues, and New Year’s resolutions start to set in, people often begin to look for ways to help keep their exercise, movement and health goals...

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Products to Treat Dry Skin

During the winter, I regularly get questions from patients about dry, itchy skin. “Winter itch,” also known as xerosis cutis, has many possible causes. However, most cases of xerosis cutis...

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Germ Alert: 7 Things Dirtier Than the Average Toilet Seat

Most people think of public toilet seats as being filthy. Nearly 50% of Americans will not sit directly on a public toilet seat.

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