From the monthly archives:

April 2016

Picnic Weather!

April 29, 2016

This year could be the best summer yet, but to get there, it’s important to take care of ourselves, including having some immune support on hand! If you’re enjoying warm weather, or just looking forward to it, you’re probably thinking about adventures in the great outdoors. Gatherings in the park, a hike along your favorite […]

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If swinging into summer means grabbing a golf club for you, you’re probably thinking about how to improve your golf game! There’s a lot of strategies that people take to lower their handicap: hitting indoor hitting and putting shops over the winter, buying the latest in golf club technology, booking your time weeks in advance […]

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HAIs About to Get Worse

April 27, 2016

Interesting bit of data about the state of health care: HAIs (Hospital Acquired Infections) are about to get a whole lot more common. Why? Some accidentally perverse incentives. The best hospitals in the country are about to have their medicare/caid funding cut (in the range of 1-2 million each) because they show up as having […]

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Taking Care of You Liver

April 26, 2016

Your liver is a really hard working organ with HUNDREDS of functions. There’s a reason that, even though not ideal, we can do dialysis when our kidneys start to fail, but that we’re in big trouble when our livers go (although in some ways it’s sturdier). Your liver needs extra support! Alcohol, over-the-counter medications, even […]

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It may not have been a busy flu season full of hospitalizations and death, but that’s good! The only bad thing is that having such a mild flu season means it’s lasted a lot longer. In fact, it’s just now in late April winding down. If you’ve loosened up on handwashing, humidifier running, or immune […]

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