prevention is preferable to cure
Many diseases are genetic, do you know your family history??
cdc.gov If you are concerned about a disease running in your family, collect your family history and talk to your doctor at your next visit. A doctor can evaluate all of the factors that may affect your risk of some diseases, including family health history, and can recommend ways to reduce that risk.
COLLEGE STUDENTS! Need your physical or Immunizations done? Get them completed with our office before your deadline!
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Sanitize your linens—and fight off a cold!!
shine.yahoo.com We’re just at the beginning of cold and flu season, and now’s the time to put a little extra thought and effort into minimizing sickness-inducing germs and bacteria from spreading among your family members and throughout your home. And one of the…
WE NOW HAVE FLU SHOTS AVAILABLE!
cdc.gov Getting a flu vaccine is the single best way to protect against the flu. Flu vaccines are available now and you can get your vaccine at many places including your local health department, vaccination clinics, doctors’ offices, retail pharmacies, and some schools and workplaces.
CDC 40% of Americans are exposed to secondhand smoke. Learn what can be done to reduce exposure.CDC Vital Signs - Tobacco Use - Secondhand Smoke www.cdc.gov
cdc.gov CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Your Online Source for Credible Health Information
cdc.gov Obesity is common, serious and costly. Promote policies and programs at school, at work and in the community that make the healthy choice the easy choice.
cdc.gov New tobacco regulations will have a public health impact by restricting the use of misleading descriptors that, in the past, have decreased smokers’ motivation to quit.
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Men can reduce their risk for some of
the most common cancers by avoiding smoking and receiving regular
colorectal cancer screening tests starting at age 50.
cdc.gov Top 10 Cancers Among Men. Men can reduce their risk for some of the most common cancers by avoiding smoking and receiving regular colorectal cancer screening tests starting at age 50.
[05/11/10] We take most insurances including Medicaid and offer discounts to self pay patients
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Our primary care physicians include board-certified family medicine, internal medicine and pediatric doctors. Daily walk-ins accepted at this location.
Walk-In Services, School & Sports Physicals, Acute illness (Flu, URI, UTI, Lyme, pneumonia, shingles), Strep, ear infections & ear aches, Sprains, Wound
Primary Care, Internal Medicine. General Medical doctor. Accept all insurances, same day appointments available.