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Fever FAQ

Pediatrics

Fever FAQ

Most of the time, fever is not a medical emergency and can wait until the next morning to be seen in...

After Hours FAQ

Pediatrics

After Hours FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions: What should I do before I call? Unless it is an emergency, please read through...

Nasal Allergies and Irritants

Pulmonary

Nasal Allergies and Irritants

Nasal allergies, also called allergic rhinitis, are extremely common and may cause significant disruption...

Post Coronavirus Syndrome: Long-COVID or Long haulers

Pulmonary

Post Coronavirus Syndrome: Long-COVID or Long haulers

"Long-COVID", also referred to as post-acute COVID-19, chronic COVID-19, post-COVID syndrome, or post-acute...

Asthma

Pulmonary

Asthma

What is Asthma? Asthma is a chronic, inflammatory disease which makes the airways in the lungs irritated...

How to Prevent Heart Disease

Cardiology

How to Prevent Heart Disease

Before talking about ways to prevent heart disease, I would like to present a few alarming facts on heart...

Rash after Fever

Pediatrics

Rash after Fever

Fever followed by a rash is common in children. The most common cause is a viral illness called Roseola. What...

Acne: More Common Than You Think

Family Medicine

Acne: More Common Than You Think

Acne is the most common skin disorder in the United States, affecting 40 to 50 million people of all...

Diarrhea and Vomiting

Pediatrics

Diarrhea and Vomiting

Vomiting and diarrhea are common in childhood and are most often caused by a viral infection. Remember,...

Strep/Sore Throat

Pediatrics

Strep/Sore Throat

My child has a sore throat, how do I know if it is strep throat? It is important to remember that viruses...

Tick Bites - What To Do

Pediatrics

Tick Bites - What To Do

I see a tick on my child's body, how do I remove it? Use fine-tipped tweezers to grasp the tick as...

Rashes on Amoxicillin:  When is it a True Allergy?

Pediatrics

Rashes on Amoxicillin: When is it a True Allergy?

Rash while taking Amoxicillin or Augmentin is common; 5-10% of children taking Amoxicillin or Augmentin...

Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis) FAQ

Pediatrics

Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis) FAQ

Pink eye is extremely common, and is something that you usually don't need to go to urgent care for.Rather,...

Tylenol, Ibuprofen, and Benadryl Dosing Charts

Pediatrics

Tylenol, Ibuprofen, and Benadryl Dosing Charts

Dosing Charts for Infants and Children Diphenhydramine (Benadryl) Dosing Chart Frequency:Every 4-6...

Hives

Pediatrics

Hives

What do hives look like? Hives are raised, red areas that are very itchy. They may sometimes have a...

Thyroid Misperceptions

Endocrinology

Thyroid Misperceptions

Thyroid disease can often be confusing. There are many sources of information available for patients...

Ulcers - Can’t Handle the Pressure

Internal Medicine

Ulcers - Can’t Handle the Pressure

Skin is our body's largest organ. Unfortunately, like other organ systems, it sometimes fails. All too...

Dementia and the Caregiver Burden

Internal Medicine

Dementia and the Caregiver Burden

In the United States, an estimated 5.3 million people are diagnosed with Alzheimer's dementia (AD). The...

Continuity of Care Starts with Caring

Family Medicine

Continuity of Care Starts with Caring

There are many reasons why individuals select a specific doctor or nurse practitioner. However, one of...

Alleviating Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Women's Health

Alleviating Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS)

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) has been recognized for centuries, being described by Hippocrates in the...

Gastroenteritis in Children

Pediatrics

Gastroenteritis in Children

The current season has presented several children to the office with vomiting and diarrheal illness needing...

So You Have Chronic Abdominal Pain?

Internal Medicine

So You Have Chronic Abdominal Pain?

All of us at one time or another has had a problem or pain that cannot be explained or will not go away...

Diabetes and Blood Sugar

Endocrinology

Diabetes and Blood Sugar

Diabetes mellitus is a disease that affects how your body uses blood glucose, commonly called blood sugar....

Osteoporosis: Silent and Often Unexpected

Endocrinology

Osteoporosis: Silent and Often Unexpected

Osteoporosis is a common condition but, often silent. It affects 9 million Americans today and according...

Obesity: the New Epidemic?

Pediatrics

Obesity: the New Epidemic?

For the first time in history, today's generation of children have a shorter life expectancy than their...

Infertility:  Epidemic or Hype?

OB/GYN

Infertility: Epidemic or Hype?

Infertility...few diseases strike such fear into the hearts of otherwise healthy women in the United...

Is it Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder?

Pediatrics

Is it Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder?

There may be times when a parent or teacher has a concern about a behavior or performance. This often...

Ear Pain, Drainage, and Infections

Pediatrics

Ear Pain, Drainage, and Infections

My child is having pain in her ear/ears, what could be causing this? The two most common causes of ear...

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