How to Survive Seasonal Allergies

Spring is in the air and, for some people, that means symptoms of seasonal allergies — sneezing, wheezing, watery eyes and a running nose. However, you can take steps to get your allergies under control. Start with these 3 strategies to survive seasonal spring...

Quit Smoking This Year

Overall, cigarette smoking among U.S. adults has declined. Yet, nearly 38 million American adults smoked cigarettes in 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Cigarette smoking remains the leading preventable cause of disease and death...

Recover from the Flu

Our clinics have been quite busy this flu season. We’re seeing lots of patients with the flu and flu-like symptoms. It’s never fun to be sick so Dr. Rai will share tips on how to prevent catching the flu and how to recover from the flu if you get sick. With the...

Hangover Relief

Sometimes ringing in the New Year a little too hard can leave you suffering from a hangover. You may experience symptoms such as fatigue, headache, nausea, shakiness, sensitivity to light or sound, thirst, and/or difficulty concentrating after a night of...

Stay Healthy This Holiday

Staying healthy through the holiday season can sometimes be a difficult task. Some of the major holidays, (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s) all come in the middle of cold and flu season. Here are some tips to help you stay healthy and well this...

Flu Shot Myths

Misinformation about the flu vaccine may keep some people from getting a flu shot. Don’t let flu shot myths prevent you from getting vaccinated and protecting yourself against influenza. MYTH: The flu vaccine will give you the flu. It is not possible to get the...