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Internal Medicine Division
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Jun

June is Men’s Health Month – Make Your Health a Top Priority!

The purpose of Men’s Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. Premier Medical Group encourages all men to make their health a top priority and take daily steps to be healthier and stronger. There are many easy things that...
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23
May

Routine Women’s Health Check-Ups: Understanding Screenings and Preventive Care

Premier Medical Group stands committed to helping more women gain the knowledge they need to maintain their health. Regular check-ups and screenings are an essential part of a healthy routine since it helps women establish preventive care while reducing risks for chronic and life-threatening conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, breast and cervical cancer, for instance....
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04
May

Time to Be Wary of Ticks

The warmer months are a peak period for Lyme disease and other tick-borne infections. By the time you read this, the blacklegged tick that carries Lyme disease and other infections will already be active in the northeast. The risk of Lyme disease—diagnosed in over 450,000 new patients every year in the U.S.—demands attention, especially in...
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28
Apr

Colonoscopy … Is It That Time Already?

Congrats!  You have made it to age 45, just in time to start colorectal screening! Having a “Wait, What!” reaction to that statement is not unusual. However, official guidelines on this issue were published in 2021 and the American Cancer Society, the American College of Gastroenterology, and the US Preventative Services Task Force are among...
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23
Mar

Hypertension and You: Fun Tips for Better Meal Planning and Nutrition

High blood pressure is a chronic medical condition that affects millions of individuals worldwide. Commonly known as hypertension, it occurs when the force of blood against the walls of the arteries remains high for an extended period of time. This higher-than-normal blood pressure can damage arteries and increase the risk of developing other chronic conditions...
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20
Mar

Celebrate National Kidney Month by Taking Good Care of Them

Most of us are born with two bean-shaped kidneys that reside on the left and right side of your spine and part of the lower portion of your rib cage. While not the largest part of the body like the skin, your kidneys have one of the most important roles in your health: removing toxins...
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