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Internal Medicine Division
15
Jan

7 Steps to a Healthy Winter Season

  We want to make sure you stay healthy and happy this winter. From getting good amounts of sleep, to eating healthy to exercising, there are many things you can do to stay healthy. Here are 7 tips for staying healthy this winter. Don’t Forget to Drink Water – One of the best things you can...
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14
Jan

Why and When to Get a COVID-19 Booster

What’s the difference between a third shot and a booster? Data supports the need for a booster shot According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), recent studies show that over time, after getting vaccinated against COVID-19, the protection against the virus and the ability to fight infection with variants may decrease.  The data shows...
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11
Jan

Smoking: You CAN Quit

Over 16 million Americans suffer from a disease caused by smoking: cancer, heart disease, stroke, lung diseases (such as emphysema, bronchitis, and chronic airway obstruction) and diabetes result in 1,300 deaths every day. “Most people who smoke know they should stop, but it is very hard to kick the habit,” says Dr. Davide Michael DeBellis,...
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22
Dec

This New Year, Schedule a Digital Detox

You’ve heard the old adage, “everything in moderation.” That’s especially true of time spent with digital devices. Studies show an overuse of devices is putting a strain on our mental and physical health. And in response, people are turning to “digital detoxes” to help cut the cord.  There isn’t one way to go about a...
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21
Dec

Resolve to be Healthier in 2022

Have your past New Year’s Resolutions succeeded? Here are some practical strategies that really work. If you are like most people, the idea of a New Year’s resolution is a very short-term affair. You resolve things like, “‘I’ll have a chocolate-free January”, or “I’ll give up carbs for the New Year.” The results generally are...
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07
Dec

Flu Season is Here! Here’s What You Should Know.

Influenza, also known as the flu, is a common virus that can lead to a range of symptoms. Flu is most common from November to March, but there is always some unpredictability. Here’s everything you need to know about the flu and how to stay healthy this season.   What are the symptoms of the...
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