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Understanding Cholesterol

When we think of cardiovascular health, cholesterol is one of the first things that comes to mind. Some cholesterol is actually necessary for production of digestive enzymes, vitamin D and hormones, while too much can put us at risk for heart attacks. Understanding the different types and functions of cholesterol can help us make lifestyle changes to keep our hearts in… Read more »

Adult Vaccination

Staying current on our vaccines is a lifelong, life-saving job. At all stages of our lives we are susceptible to a wide range of viruses and diseases that are preventable. Not all vaccines we received as children last a lifetime. We have a responsibility to ourselves and those around us to ensure our vaccinations are up… Read more »

Managing Asthma During Summer

​Asthma affects an estimated one in 12 Americans. It is a chronic lung disease where the airways narrow and swell and produce extra mucus making it tough to breath. Other common symptoms include coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath.                     While asthma has no cure, it can be effectively managed.        … Read more »

Happy Easter

From our Family to yours. We hope you all have a happy Easter filled with love. Desiderata Go placidly amid the noise and the haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible, without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen… Read more »

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

There are more than three million people in the United States with glaucoma. The eye disease, the number two cause for blindness in this country, is known as “the sneak thief of sight,” as there are virtually no symptoms. Once vision is lost, the loss is permanent. Although glaucoma primarily affects the middle-aged and elderly,… Read more »


The holiday season is upon us, which can be the best of times and the worst of times. It’s a time of the year, in fact, that can often be stressful and disappointing. For many, there can be feelings of sadness and depression, particularly for those who have lost loved ones. Social isolation is one… Read more »

Recognizing Caregivers and Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

President Barack Obama named November as National Family Caregivers Month to recognize those friends and family members who give love, care and support to those Americans who are in need a little extra help. Older citizens, anyone living with disabilities, and those returning home from war with physical or mental difficulties often rely on the… Read more »

October is Lupus Awareness Month

A chronic, autoimmune disease that is noncontiguous, lupus can attack any part of the body, causing inflammation and pain in the region being affected. Lupus can affect individuals of any age, though it most often attacks women between the ages of 15 and 44. There is no cure for this disease, but patients often experience… Read more »

October is Liver Awareness Month

The second largest organ in the body, your liver filters toxins from your blood and processes the foods you eat into energy and nutrients. More than 30 million Americans suffer from some form of liver disease, a shocking statistic that makes it more important than ever to lead a healthy lifestyle. October is Liver Awareness… Read more »

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