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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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When Should I Consider Bariatric Surgery?

I often see patients who want to better manage their health and get in better shape healthwise. These patients often ask me, “At what point should I consider bariatric surgery...

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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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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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