As cold and flu season approaches, people can take key steps to prevent their risk of catching the common cold. Handwashing, avoiding touching the face, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle will all help to stop the spread of cold-causing germs.
APPs are certified medical professionals who evaluate, diagnosis, and treat patients. Many patients find that having an APP as their primary care provider means they get to spend more time with their provider while still receiving high-quality care.
A stroke is a life-threatening emergency. Use the FAST acronym to remember what signs to look out for and the common symptoms to recognize. Immediate medical care is necessary because every second counts.
A primary care provider helps with preventive care, treats for ongoing health issues, and makes referrals. Developing a good relationship with a primary care provider is important; but how to choose the right one?