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Lupus in Children and Teens

Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that can cause inflammation, swelling and pain. It can affect any part of your body, but lupus most commonly affects your skin, joints and...

Is Telemedicine Here To Stay?

Telemedicine has become an essential part of health care delivery. Today, patients can access a wide array of medical services via televisit, including primary care, pediatrics, behavioral health, and cancer...

Lung Cancer Awareness - Low Dose CT Scan

Lung Cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in men and women and is responsible for nearly 25% of cancer deaths.

Early Signs of Diabetes

More than 100 million Americans are living with either diabetes or prediabetes, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and most of them don’t know they...

Thanksgiving Holiday Safety During COVID-19

The Thanksgiving holiday is normally an exciting opportunity to gather with family and reconnect with friends we have not seen in a while. However, this year, due to the ongoing...

Pancreatic Cancer – What to Know

Pancreatic cancer is a disease in which cancerous cells form in the tissues of the pancreas, the organ that aids in digestion and helps to manage blood sugar.

Health Perks of Coffee

But first, coffee. That may be the mantra among the 64% of adult Americans who drink coffee every day.

Why Diabetes Care Is More Important Than Ever

Preventing or managing diabetes has always been a top health priority. Now there’s one more reason for taking diabetes seriously: COVID-19.

Common Thanksgiving Injuries You Can Avoid

Thanks to ill-fated backyard “turkey bowls” and dangerous kitchen gadgets, Thanksgiving Day is among the busiest times at urgent care centers. With Thanksgiving approaching, there are a few common illnesses...

How to Recognize and Deal with Seasonal Affective Disorder

If you dread the coming weather, you're not alone. And if you find that your mood changes for the worse as the days get shorter and colder, it may not...