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August is National Breastfeeding Month!

August is National Breastfeeding Month!

Posted August 20th, 2019  |  From the Doctors

By Dr. Lauren O’Byrne

August is National Breastfeeding Month. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that children are exclusively breastfed for six months, followed by continued breastfeeding as complementary foods are introduced until one year or longer as mutually desired by mother and infant.

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What is Retin A and Retinol? What can they do for your skin?

What is Retin A and Retinol? What can they do for your skin?

Posted August 13th, 2019

By Nicole Samsa

Clients have a lot of questions about Retina A and Retinol. It’s not always easy to understand what the differences between them are, what products they are in and whether you’d benefit from incorporating them into your daily skincare routine.

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Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors

Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors

Posted August 6th, 2019  |  From the Doctors

By Dr. Raisa Lerner

There are several major risk factors for developing diseases that affect the heart and blood vessels. They include diabetes, elevated cholesterol, hypertension, smoking, family history of early onset heart disease, and being overweight or having a sedentary lifestyle.

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How to best utilize technology when communicating with your health care provider

How to best utilize technology when communicating with your health care provider

Posted July 23rd, 2019  |  From the Doctors

By Dr. Lauren O’Byrne

Effective communication between providers and patients has been linked to improved health outcomes, and technology can play a key role in connecting you with your care team. A technology-enabled medical practice uses a combination of tools that improve communication with and care of patients wherever they are.

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The Importance of Advance Directives

The Importance of Advance Directives

Posted July 16th, 2019  |  From the Doctors

By Dr. Raisa Lerner

Living wills and other advance directives are written, legal instructions regarding your preferences for medical care if you are unable to make decisions for yourself. Advance directives guide choices for doctors and caregivers if you’re terminally ill, seriously injured, in a coma, in the late stages of dementia, or near the end of life.

Advance directives aren’t just for older adults. Unexpected end-of-life situations can happen at any age, so it’s important for all adults to prepare these documents.

 

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