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  • Is It “Just a Cold”?

    The common cold is an infection of the respiratory (breathing) tract. This includes your throat, nasal passages, and lungs. More than 200 different viruses can cause a cold. Rhinovirus is the most common cause. As a family doctor, I see patients every day who have

  • Secondary Drowning

    What is secondary drowning? “Secondary drowning” is a non-medical term used to refer to delayed symptoms that are experienced after a person has been in water. It is a rare problem. It can happen when someone is exposed to water — even a small amount

  • Neighborhood Navigator

    Familydoctor.org’s Neighborhood Navigator is an interactive tool that connects you to community resources and programs in your neighborhood. With more than 40,000 social services listed by zip code, you can find local services related to: Food Housing Transportation Employment aid Legal

  • Adolescents and Young Adults: Getting the Preventive Services You Need

    Get an early start on good lifelong health by learning about the services and advice your family doctor can provide…

  • Video: Safe Use of Opioids

    Opioids are common pain medicines that can be addictive and even deadly if misused. On average, 115 Americans die every day from opioid overdose. If you’re prescribed opioids, store them in their original packaging in a location where others can’t get to them

  • Video: Firearm Safety at Home

    Firearm injuries happen every day, so it’s important to teach your kids what to do if they find a firearm.  Whether it’s real or not, they should always apply these four steps: Stop. Don’t touch. Go away. And tell an adult. Remember

  • Video: Preventing and Treating Concussions

    Concussions can happen to anyone, during any physical activity. And you don’t have to get hit in the head or lose consciousness to have a concussion. If you suspect a concussion, don’t let your child return to the game until they’ve been

  • Video: Preventing Shingles

    If you’ve had chickenpox, you’re at risk for getting shingles, a very painful and potentially debilitating disease. Nearly one in three Americans will get shingles, and older adults are more at risk. But adults age 50 and older can get protection from shingles

  • Video: Keeping Your Family Healthy During Flu Season

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  • Talking to Your Doctor About Your Mental Health

    Talking about mental illness can be hard. There is a stigma that surrounds mental health and mental illness. It can prevent people from getting the support and help they need. But mental illness is a common problem. In fact, about 1 in 5 people will

  • Video: How to Help Your Kids Deal With Bullies

    Bullies use power, strength or popularity to hurt others, emotionally or physically. And while you can’t be with your child all the time, there are ways you can help. If your child encounters a bully, tell them to get to a safe place

  • Sports and Exercise at Every Age

    A lifelong exercise program helps us live and thrive into old age. There is a place for exercise at every…

  • Preparing Older Children to Make Medical Decisions for Themselves

    There are steps parents can take to help prepare children for the complex world of health care and making informed…

  • Pregnancy: Making Choices

    You’ll have many choices once you find out you’re pregnant. Learn common questions you may have and how you can…

  • The Importance of Staying Active and Involved

    Your lifestyle choices will determine how quickly you age. You can help slow down the aging process with a healthy…

  • Importance of Sexual Health

    Being in good sexual health means you are well informed, careful, and respectful to yourself and others.

  • Family Health and Safety

    There are many aspects of keeping your family healthy and safe, including lifestyle choices and what you teach your…

  • Family Doctor vs. Quick-care Clinic

    Quick-care clinics have advantages, however, they cannot replace your family doctor relationship.

  • Mental Health Diagnosis: What’s Next?

    Learn about the different things you should think about and do after receiving a mental health diagnosis.

  • Ideal Weight and BMI

    BMI (body mass index) estimates body fat and is used as a way to measure if your weight is healthy…



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