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Hearing Loss: What You Need to Know

Hearing is one of our most important senses—it allows us to connect with the world and communicate with those around us. Oftentimes, we do not realize how crucial our hearing...

Pediatric Care and the COVID-19 Vaccine

We encourage you to keep up with your child’s regular pediatric care, including all recommended childhood immunizations. If your child is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, please schedule them through...

How Women Can Stay on Top of Their Health

As a woman, taking steps to maintain your health is one of the most important things you can do to ensure a long and healthy life. The best way to...

Vaccinate Your Way Back to Normal Life

Only a few months ago, life after COVID felt impossible to envision. But now, with everyone ages 16+ eligible for vaccination and the vaccine rollout progressing, it isn't just a...

Five Ways to Protect Yourself from Skin Cancer

From packing picnics and hitting the bike trails to spending lazy afternoons on sandy beaches, summer gives us plenty to look forward to. But it's also the time of year...

The Facts About Asthma, COVID-19, and Seasonal Allergies

People who suffer from asthma may be concerned about their unique risk of contracting COVID-19. And now that allergy season is in full swing, distinguishing between symptoms can be extra...

World Ovarian Cancer Day is May 8

Ovarian cancer is the second most common gynecologic cancer in the U.S. and causes more deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive system.

Sending Your Child Back to Camp, School, or Sports? Here’s What You Should Know

The COVID-19 pandemic has kept our children away from the things they love for a long time, including camp, school, and sports.

Rosacea: FACE-ing the Facts

We’ve all experienced skin irritation at some point in our life: itchiness or dryness for no apparent reason, the occasional untimely breakout courtesy of hormone fluctuation; a mysterious rash by...

The Impact of COVID-19 on Minority Health

COVID-19 disproportionately affects patients from ethnic and racial minority groups. Throughout the pandemic, these populations have had higher rates of both infection and death. As a result, this year’s National...