How to Boost Your Immune System

It is hard to believe that we are already halfway through August with the summer and associated heat in full swing. It has been a difficult past few months dealing with the pandemic while trying to maintain as normal of a daily routine with work, family, and school as is possible. I have spoken to many of you during this time and want to thank you for your concerns and best wishes for me, my family, and the office staff.

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To My Patients,

I hope you and your families are all well as you shelter in place. My last newsletter mentioned that antibody testing for SARS-COV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19, would soon be available. In talking to many of you I am aware that some of your friends and family have had an antibody test performed and I have fielded questions as to when my office will start offering a test. I want to update you and pass along information regarding antibody

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COVID-19 Self-Care Tips

We understand the concern and anxiety you are likely feeling about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We offer you these easy steps to practicing the 6 pillars of good health. Please share this with your family and friends, and remember we are here for you! We continue to be in the office to take care of medication refills, and are taking care of healthcare needs as they arise either by phone or video with telehealth, or in the office if

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Coronavirus – COVID19 What you need to know

As you are all aware the spread of novel coronavirus, causing the infectious disease known as COVID-19, has dominated the news, and based on conversations with many of you, it is the dominating topic on your minds also. The first case can be tracked back to November 17 in Wuhan, China. Since that time, it has spread worldwide with the World Health Organization recently classifying the outbreak as a pandemic, and the leaders of our state and country formally declaring

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Why Does Sleep Matter SO Much

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has declared insufficient sleep as a public health problem. A recent study by the CDC found more than a third of American adults are not getting enough sleep on a regular basis. Much of this sleep deprivation is associated with the 24/7 society in which we live – where psychological stressors, alcohol consumption, smoking, lack of exercise, and excessive electronic media use affect our ability to get a good night’s sleep. These factors,

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