Blog Articles for Preventive Care

November 30, 2017   //   by Tyler Shalvarjian

Flu Shots: Trivalent vs Quadrivalent

About Flu Shots Flu vaccines are delivered by needle, usually in the arm, to prevent the spread of seasonal Human Influenza A... Read More ›

November 11, 2017   //   by Amy Ly

Are you Hepatitis A vaccinated?

Hepatitis A Outbreak in San Diego On September 1, 2017, San Diego issued a public health emergency for a Hepatitis A outbreak.... Read More ›

November 9, 2016   //   by Adam Reith

What Else Can I Do To Prevent Colds and Flu?

While today is 93 degrees in the shade and winter seems far away, I’m sorry to report that cold and flu season... Read More ›

September 18, 2016   //   by Adam Reith

Fight the Flu With A Quick Shot at WellNow

Flu is a common infectious disease caused by the influenza virus.  You’ve probably experienced the body aches, fevers, cough, sore throat, and... Read More ›

August 8, 2016   //   by Adam Reith

Yoga Beats Brain Games in Memory Loss Prevention

Crosswords and other brain games have been shown to stave off the memory decline symptomatic of diseases like Alzheimer’s. But R&D teams... Read More ›

August 1, 2016   //   by Adam Reith

Off to College? Protect Yourself Against Meningococcal Disease

Going away to college can be a grand adventure – expanding horizons, challenging brains, and parental separation.  It is also a time... Read More ›

July 12, 2016   //   by Nina Tarnay

Will Heart Disease, Cancer, and Dementia Disappear?

Heart disease deaths down 60% since 1970[1].   Cancer occurrences off 23% since 1991[2].    Dementia rates falling 45% since the late 1970s[3].  What’s... Read More ›

June 21, 2016   //   by Nina Tarnay

Coffee & Cancer – A Broken Link?

  Back in 1991, an influential panel of cancer experts at the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the drinking of coffee as... Read More ›

June 17, 2016   //   by Nina Tarnay

Insomnia Remedies – No One Size Fits All

We all know how it feels after a poor night’s sleep.  It’s a natural reaction then to try and figure out how... Read More ›

June 8, 2016   //   by Nina Tarnay

High Cholesterol – Regular Screening Saves Lives

High cholesterol levels have been shown to cause coronary disease, stroke, and heart attacks.  Levels go up when people eat lots of... Read More ›

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