We asked our providers what questions they're hearing from patients regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions along with answers from our team of physicians.
The current COVID-19 health pandemic confirms what medical professionals have long known – that even young adults are vulnerable to many of the same health risks as the elderly, although their level of risk may differ.
These are definitely stressful times we’re living in. The recent COVID-19 pandemic caused by the appearance of a novel coronavirus has caught all of us by surprise. Fears of sickness and death, combined with mounting job and financial pressures, as well as the overall disruption of the lifestyle we’ve come to enjoy seem overwhelming in the moment. So, what can you do to avoid becoming a victim of stress overload and keep stress from literally making you sick?
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is responding to an outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a new coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) that was first detected in China and which has been detected in 60 locations internationally, including in the United States as of March 2, 2020.
Seasonal allergies come with a host of unpleasant symptoms, many of which can be treated with at-home and over-the-counter remedies. In this post, Dr. DeMeyere-Coursey outlines four tips for combating allergies at home.
Eating right is an important step in embracing a healthier lifestyle, and having nutritious, easy-to-prepare recipes on hand can inspire you in making smart food decisions without feeling deprived. We've put together a few quick tips and delicious recipes that will hopefully resonate with you and your family.
Due to a variety of factors including long wait times and difficulty getting an appointment, fewer and fewer Americans are regularly visiting a primary care physician. Primary care is a critical component to health and wellbeing, and we have every reason to give patients better access to it.