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Top 5 Most Common Side-Effects of Suboxone

If you or someone you love is misusing opioid painkillers or narcotic street drugs, a medication known as suboxone can help. However, it’s important to know about suboxone’s possible side-effects.

Oct 22nd, 2018
How Common are Adult-Onset Allergies?

You may think allergies are kids’ stuff. But adults can develop allergies in their 30s, 40s, 50s, and beyond. Know how to identify adult-onset allergies and what to do in the event of an allergic reaction.

Oct 22nd, 2018
Back-to-School Tips for Kids With Asthma

As school starts, make sure that both your child and the school know what to do if your child has an asthma attack. Following these tips can help your child have a happy, successful, and healthy school year.

Sep 12th, 2018
What to Expect from a Sports Physical

You wouldn’t want your child to play football without a helmet or mouthguard. A sports physical is just as important for safety. This checkup determines if it’s safe for your child — or you — to participate and may even be a requirement.

Aug 2nd, 2018
Could High Cholesterol be Causing Your Chest Pain?

Chest pain can occur when excess cholesterol in your blood causes sticky plaque to accumulate in your arteries and block oxygen-rich blood from your heart. Here’s what you need to know about chest pain and cholesterol.

Jul 23rd, 2018
5 Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure Without Medication

High blood pressure can damage your health in significant ways, leading to everything from a greater risk for heart attack to vision loss and reduced sexual function. Lifestyle steps such as eating well, exercising, and managing stress can help.

Jun 26th, 2018
What’s the Best Form of Allergy Testing?

Allergies can cause symptoms ranging from mild to life-threatening. To find out exactly what you’re allergic to and better control your allergy symptoms, it can be worthwhile to undergo allergy testing. Here’s more information about the tests.

Mar 19th, 2018
Nine Tips for Preventing Winter Colds and Flu

When the temperature starts to drop, one thing is certain: Cold and flu season is on its way. Even if everyone around you is sneezing and coughing, you’re not doomed — there’s a lot you can do to protect yourself from illness.

Jan 30th, 2018