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Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is something health care providers talk a lot about with older patients. Not only is it prevalent — but the incidence is growing — and nearly 5.8 million Americans are now living with the disease. The lack of both a definitive cause and a cure makes people feel especially uneasy. 

Men's Health

Men, It’s Time to Get Serious About Your Health

This week is Men’s Health Week, which is celebrated every year during the week leading up to Father’s Day. This is a week filled with thankfulness as we honor the men in our lives and consider ways to keep them healthy and happy.


This Asthma Awareness Month, Know Your EXHALE

May is National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lists people with asthma as one of the key demographics at risk of severe illness from COVID-19, as it is a respiratory condition.

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Women's Health

Women, It’s Time to Focus on You!

After more than a year of social distancing, lockdowns and social separation, it is time to reinvest in your health. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 15% of adult women in the United States are in fair or poor health.

Mental Health

Don’t Neglect Your Mental Health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and this year, it is more critical than ever to pay attention to your mental wellbeing. After more than a year of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, the effects on mental health have been staggering.

COVID-19 Vaccine

So, You’re Fully Vaccinated Now

After more than a year of lockdowns, social distancing, mask-wearing, obsessive handwashing and dealing with anxiety and stress, you have finally received your COVID-19 vaccine. You did it, but what now?


Can My Pet Catch COVID-19?

By now, we all know how easily the COVID-19 virus can spread from person-to-person and just how deadly the ramifications can be, but how does COVID-19 affect our pets? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a small number of pets worldwide are reported to have been infected with the virus after close contact with people who had it.