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COVID-19 Learned Health Habits to Keep for Life

The COVID-19 outbreak made us rethink our daily routines, the roles each of us play in preserving public health, and much more. And while the future is still uncertain, it's...

How to Reduce Your Risk of Colorectal Cancer – Rising Among Younger Adults

While colorectal cancer is certainly less fun to discuss than when to plant your spring peas or the possible existence of leprechauns, talking about it—and how to reduce your risk...

Endometriosis Explained

According to the Endometriosis Association, endometriosis is a chronic disorder that affects over 6.3 million women and girls in the United States. Despite this alarming statistic, many women remain unfamiliar...

Pediatric Hearing Loss: Five Things Parents Should Know About Testing, Treatment, and New Technology

Hearing loss can have a profound impact on a child’s ability to speak, learn, and understand. Nearly 2 in every 1,000 children are either born with or develop hearing loss...

Strep Throat in Kids

A sore throat that starts quickly, pain with swallowing, and fever are some of the common signs and symptoms of strep throat.

Winter Fatigue

Continuous snow and the ongoing pandemic may have many of us feeling extra tired, down and irritable.

How to have a heart-healthy Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is coming and that means all-things-hearts! Heart candies, heart decor, heart greeting cards, hearts galore! But there is one heart more important than all the others to think...

Winter Weather Advisory - February 2

Please be advised that due to the winter storm that is impacting the area, ALL Summit Medical Group facilities, including Urgent Care Centers are CLOSED on Monday, February 1, and...

Diet and Lifestyle Changes That Can Help Reduce Cancer Risk

There's no getting around it—cancer is a fear-inducing word. Some people approach it with the mindset of "it won't happen to me," but unfortunately this thought process does nothing to...

Health Conditions that Disproportionately Affect Black Americans

The American Dream states that you're free to create your own vision of prosperity and success, no matter where you come from.