Benefits of the COVID Booster Shot.
Benefits of the COVID Booster Shot.
Normal levels of cholesterol can help maintain healthy cells, but high levels of cholesterol in the body can cause high blood pressure which can lead to heart attack or stroke. Click here to learn more about high cholesterol’s risk factors, prevention, and
Keeping up with oral health among Seniors can be challenging, Here we have provided the issues that arise by neglecting oral health as well as some preventative strategies to avoid complications.
Today is Fall Prevention Awareness Day and we are providing tips to keep you and your loved ones safe. Although falls may not be harmful unfortunately they can cause irreparable damage to seniors.
Alzheimer’s Disease causes cognitive dysfunction and it affects 5.8 million people in the United States. Click here to learn about the risk factors and symptoms.
Millions of people get the flu every year, an annual flu shot is the best way to help protect against the flu.
After a year-long of distant learning, children are now returning back to school. Here are the top preventative strategies to protect children against COVID-19.
As the new COVID Delta variant infects the nation, learn about the new COVID Delta Variant symptoms and how to protect yourself against the contagious virus with these preventative measures.
HIV is a virus that targets and alters the immune system, increasing the risk and impact of other infections and diseases. Without treatment, the infection might progress to an advanced stage called AIDS.
This means your kidneys are damaged and can't filter blood like they should. This damage can cause wastes to build up in your body. It can also cause other problems that can harm your health, it is often a "progressive" disease meaning it can get worst
Arthritis is a general term used for conditions that cause joint pain, stiffness, swelling, and other joint symptoms. The protective cartilage between bones starts to wear away. This allows the bones to rub together, which can cause pain and stiffness.
Obesity is considered a chronic medical condition, with a specific list of symptoms that help diagnose it. Being overweight or obese adds health risks. But how do you know if your weight is in the high-risk zone?
Pneumonia is a type of lung, or respiratory, infection that begins with an innocent cough, but then turns into a sudden high fever with labored breathing. It is usually caused by a virus or bacteria.
Exercise has been shown to improve your mood and decrease feelings of depression, anxiety and stress. Being active has been shown to have many health benefits, both physically and mentally. It may even help you live longer.
Influenza is a potentially serious disease that can lead to hospitalization and sometimes even death. Millions of people get the flu every year, an annual seasonal flu vaccine is the best way to help protect against the flu.
Iron deficiency anemia is when your body does not have enough red blood cells. Red blood cells carry oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body. Every organ and tissue in your body needs oxygen to work.
To work properly, the heart must always have oxygen from the blood that flows through its chambers. Oxygen-rich blood is pumped into the heart muscle through the coronary arteries.
Thyroid is a very big deal as it is in charge of everything that goes on in the body from basic aspects of body function to all the major systems.
Hypertension is the term used to describe high blood pressure. Blood pressure measurements are the result of the force of the blood produced by the heart and the size and condition of the arteries.
Diabetes is a serious complex condition which can affect the entire body. Diabetes requires daily self-care and if complications develop, diabetes can have a significant impact on quality of life and can reduce life expectancy.
No matter your age or stage of life, annual physical exams are essential to your ongoing health. Visiting your primary care provider for regular preventive care is one of the best ways to identify and treat health issues before they get worse.
COVID-19 is a disease that can trigger what doctors call a respiratory tract infection. It can affect your upper respiratory tract (sinuses, nose, and throat) or lower respiratory tract. Infections range from mild to deadly.
Telemedicine is also known as telehealth, these services allows a doctor to provide healthcare via a phone video call without the need to visit our facility.