RSV in Children

RSV in Children

Author: Marque Family Pediatricians October is National RSV Awareness Month. RSV, or Respiratory Syncytial Virus, is the most common cause of bronchiolitis (inflammation of the
Baby Safety

Baby Safety

Author: Pediatrician Jyotsna Keni, MD September is National Baby Safety month. It offers a great chance for parents and retailers to brush up on baby-proof
Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

Author: Bree Maloney September is National Disaster Preparedness Month, an annual observance to remind all Americans how important it is for individuals, families, and communities
Insomnia

Insomnia

Author: Monique Herb, Regional Manager Quality sleep plays a critical role in your health and overall well-being. Not getting the sleep you need on a
Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

Author: Erin Wood, PA-C As a mom of two young children, I have had the pleasure of experiencing this illness multiple times first hand. What
What is Caffeine?

What is Caffeine?

Author: Gale Holmes, Office Manager Each day, billions of people rely on caffeine to wake up, or to get through that night shift or an
Benefits of Morning Walks

Benefits of Morning Walks

Author: Gabby Gamino, LVN, Manager When you wake up in the morning, movement might not be your first priority. But starting your day with a
Keep Cool During Heat Waves

Keep Cool During Heat Waves

Author: Allison Smith, Office Manager This summer, cities across the Southwest and central United States have experienced record-breaking heat. Nearly 105 million people are currently
Bug Bites and Stings

Bug Bites and Stings

Author: Monique Herb, Regional Manager Whether you’re in the water, on a mountain trail, or in your backyard, wildlife you encounter have ways of protecting