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Are Food Dyes Bad for You?

When planning to dye your Easter eggs this year, some people may wonder the impacts of dyeing food and drinks as well. On St. Patrick’s Day, we saw green...

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9 Tips for Healthy Bowel Movements

Frequency, shape, size, color, and other fecal features can tell you a great deal about your overall health, how your gastrointestinal tract is functioning and even give you clues about...

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6 Reasons Why You Should Get an Annual Physical

Read 6 good reasons why you should schedule your annual physical examination today.

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8 Culprits for Frequent Bathroom Trips

Have you ever wondered what causes an overactive bladder? This is a common conversation I have with patients, and I often share this list of eight things that could be...

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How Social Workers Can Play a Role in Meeting Your Healthcare Goals

Social workers can help individuals and families during difficult times in life by providing confidential counseling, support and information.

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Tips for Catching Your Zzzz’s

This Saturday night, you’ll need to remember to reset your clocks in order to “spring forward” for the daylight saving time change.

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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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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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