Your time with your primary care provider will be tailored to you, so no two annual check-ups are alike. But here are some things your provider will likely review:
Summer is officially here! The warm weather means a return to many of the activities we all love, from social gatherings to outdoor exercise and adventures out on the town. But, to get the most out of your summer, it’s critically important to keep hydrated.
Picnic and pool season is upon us, which means plenty of opportunities for outdoor dining with family and friends.
It’s important, however, to take precautions when enjoying food in the summer heat, as rising temperatures accelerate the growth of bacteria on food and surfaces. To protect everyone around you and avoid foodborne illnesses this summer, follow these simple steps to ensure the food you consume is safe to eat:
From physical exercise such as walks, runs or bike rides to social occasions like picnics and cookouts, the warm weather months present a renewed opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. However, the season’s change also brings about the return of something far from enjoyable: allergies.