Prevention & Wellness

Help! My Prenatal Vitamins Make Me Sick!

Many women find prenatal vitamins hard to stomach and have unpleasant side effects such as nausea and GI distress. So, do you really need to take prenatal vitamins, even if they make you sick? Dr. Al Robichaux shares his answer.

What You Need to Know About the Ebola Virus

With the media frenzy surrounding the devastating Ebola outbreak in West Africa and the infection of two Americans, it’s no wonder there has been a sense of panic and fear surrounding this fatal disease. We wanted to learn the basics so we connected with two of our infectious disease physicians, Dr. Sandy Kemmerly and Dr. Katherine Baumgarten, to find out what they had to say about Ebola.

3 Ways to Cool Heartburn Heat

Gastro-esophageal reflux disease (also known as GERD, acid reflux, or heartburn) affects 40% of Americans. In most cases, the symptoms can be controlled with lifestyle choices and medication.

Vaccines: How to Keep Your Child’s Shots on Track

Vaccinating your children according to the recommended immunization schedule is one of the best ways you can protect them from 14 harmful and potentially deadly diseases before their second birthday. Here is a breakdown by age groups to help you keep track of your child’s needs.