Why Should You See A Primary Care Physician?

Do you need a primary care doctor? Even if you already have a slew of specialists, take a look at the top questions to ask if you don't also have a PCP. What Vaccinations Do You Need? Immunizations aren't just for babies and young children. People of all ages need vaccinations to reduce the risk and spread of disease. As an adult, it's likely you already have immunizations (such as the polio vaccine) from childhood. Read More 

A Guide to Adding CBD to Your Life

In recent years, the CBD industry reached close to $400 million, and that is just starting to scratch the surface on how widespread this product is going to reach. The reason people are taking to CBD is that it is proven to help people with all sorts of different health conditions and helps to promote well-being overall.  You can start taking CBD whenever you'd like and you will immediately begin seeing results. Read More 

4 Steps to Basic Wound Care

Every household should have a basic first aid kit. Minor scrapes, cuts, and bruises are part of everyday life, and being able to treat these injuries appropriately can prevent a trip to the doctor. Here are four wound care tips that everyone should follow when they accidentally cut themselves: 1. Take note of what injured you. In most cases, you can treat minor cuts at home, but there are a few situations when you should see a doctor to prevent a tetanus infection. Read More 

4 Tips For Developing A Workplace Injury Prevention Program

Employees spend a majority of their waking hours during the week at work. It is important to provide a safe environment for employees in order support their feelings of well-being and their ability to work to their fullest potential. Each organization should have a specific, individualized workplace injury prevention program that accounts for its unique working conditions. Here are four tips for developing a workplace injury prevention program for your organization. Read More 

The Role Of Leukapheresis In Treating CLL

On rare occasions, leukapheresis can be used to diagnose chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) when very large numbers of white blood cells (WBC) cause the blood to thicken and cause medical problems. Under these circumstances, leukapheresis can be an important treatment. What Is Leukapheresis? Leukapheresis is a procedure in which WBCs are separated from blood in a laboratory. This process is used to reduce a very high WBC count. It is also used to obtain blood cells from a patient. Read More