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Lowering Your Risk of Having Arthritis

Arthritis is one of the most common illnesses that affect adults. In the US, 1 out of 4 adults is suffering from arthritis. The causes vary for different people. Some are at higher risk because of inherited genes and some because of their lifestyle. Between these two, the lifestyle risk factor is controllable. Providers of … Continue reading

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Getting the Right Amount of Folic Acid

Why is Folic Acid necessary for our health? Everybody needs folic acid in their systems, but it is especially essential if you are pregnant or are planning to get pregnant. This is because folic acid is a vitamin that can prevent birth defects from occurring during pregnancy. Every provider of primary care in High Point, … Continue reading

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Five Tips for Surviving the Cold Quarter of the Year

We have reached that part of the year when the days get shorter and the climate gets colder. The drop in temperature carries a lot of health risks for both young and old. As a provider of primary care in High Point, North Carolina, we would like you to stay healthy and make the most … Continue reading

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How to Prevent Sports Injuries

Being physically active is good for our health. However, in sports, injuries, such as sprains, joint injuries, dislocations, and fractures, can happen. These injuries often happen to athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Improper warm-up or stretching exercises or wearing improper training or sporting gear are the usual culprits for these type of injuries. As a trusted … Continue reading

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Importance of Vaccines

Vaccines have long been tested to be safe and effective in providing immunity against preventable diseases such as measles and mumps. Moreover, the more people are vaccinated, the safer the community is since a blanket immunity is created. This happens in a way that even if one person in a community has missed vaccination, he/she … Continue reading

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