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Doc Talk: Top Five Questions about the Flu

Fall is here and that means the flu season is around the corner. Huntington Health Physician’s Stuart Miller, MD, recently shared the five most common questions his patients ask him about the flu. 1. What is the difference between the flu versus a cold? Flu…

Call Your Shots with Vitamin IV Therapy

In 2019, people are taking some healthcare needs out of the hands of doctors, and into their own. Vitamin IV therapy is…

Understanding the Causes and Treatment of Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer is known as the deadliest gynecologic cancer in the United States. The fact that symptoms aren’t usually detected or diagnosed until the disease…

5 Must-Have Indoor Plants With Health Benefits

 No home should be without indoor plants, if not for looks, but for scientifically proven health benefits and natural air purification. Here…

The Benefits Of Small Gym Workouts And Trying ‘Functional Fitness’

Gym memberships give you access to the facility, however, what about understanding how to use the complex equipment, ways to use it correctly, and seeing…

Your Next Chiropractic Visit No Longer Needs To Crack, Pop, and Twist To Give You Results

[Updated] The days of abrupt neck crackings and bone adjustments at the chiropractor may be a thing of the past as a…

High Blood Pressure is a ‘Silent Killer’ That Should Never be Ignored

May is National High Blood Pressure Month, and it’s important to understand this health condition, and know how to protect yourself from what’s often been…

West Nile Virus Claims Another Victim, Officials Say Don’t Take Chances

The West Nile virus (WNV) has claimed another victim, this time in Central California, Fresno County health officials said. Officials say that…

Swimming Pools as Health Hazards

Did you know that a swimming pool can produce up to 3 million mosquitoes a month? Un-maintained pools are perfect habitats for disease-carrying mosquitoes. It…

Understanding the Importance of Vaccinating Your Child

Click on image to enlarge As children prepare for the new school year, and amid the largest measles outbreak in the U.S. in almost 20 years, the number of vaccine-hesitant families has grown so much that the World Health Organization has named vaccine hesitancy a global health threat. Concerns among parents resulting in them not vaccinating their children against measles, whooping cough and other diseases are ill-founded, and put kids at risk of serious health problems and complications that can result in death. One misconception about vaccinations is that they may cause children to develop autism. “False claims about vaccine…

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