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May is Hypertension Awareness Month

Do you know your numbers? To schedule an appointment with one of our Internal Medicine physicians, please call (225) 246-9240.

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Have You Gotten the Vaccinations You Need?

    Not sure which vaccines you need? This should help clear up the confusion. With a recent resurgence in diseases like measles and whooping cough (pertussis), it’s time to…

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Take These Steps to Improve Your Health

If you don’t already exercise regularly, here are a few steps to get you started. Physical activity is good for your overall health and can help reduce the risk of…

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How to Keep Feet in Workout-Ready Condition

Don’t let your feet leave you on the sidelines this spring. These tips keep them feeling good. Is heel pain making you cringe when you think about going on a…

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Is Stress Causing you to Gain Weight?

Feeling stressed – and noticing your waistline expanding? If you’re like many people, you crave high-fat, high-sugar and high-calorie foods when you’re stressed. What’s worse, the excess calories you get…

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A Step-by-Step Approach to Lower Diabetes Risk

A daily walk helps reduce your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Here’s how to get started. There are many good reasons to keep your body in motion. Preventing Type…

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Are You Taking the Right Cold Medicine?

Before you take medication for your sniffles and cough, consider how it may affect your health. When you have a cold, it’s not unusual to feel miserable. That’s why so…

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Common Flu Vaccine Questions and Answers

The Flu Influenza (the Flu) is a respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses A or B and spread by respiratory secretions of infected individuals. Symptoms of the flu include fever,…

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West Nile Virus: What is it? How do I protect my loved ones?

It is that time of year again.  Break out the sunscreen, water, and umbrellas.  Whatever your outdoor pleasure, please do not forget the mosquito repellent!  Summer also brings the return…

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