A NEW KIND OF Rx: E-Prescribing

March 6th, 2015

A NEW KIND OF Rx: E-Prescribing By Dr. Brian Blaufeux UPDATE — as of Friday 3/13/15, the mandate for electronic prescriptions has been extended to March 27 of 2016. In case you hadn’t heard, your prescription routine is about to change–permanently. Getting a prescription used to mean your doctor would scribble something unintelligible on a […]

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Sleep Your Way to Better Health

March 4th, 2015

Sleep Your Way to Better Health By Dr. Praveen Rudraraju If you’re struggling to get enough sleep, don’t take your tossing and turning lightly. Good sleep is a necessity, not an option. We know that most people require around seven to eight hours a night, and it’s vital that you get it. Sleep supports the […]

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African Americans and Heart Disease

February 20th, 2015

Beating Heart Disease When the Risks are High By Dr. Robert Pilchik Heart disease is the number one killer of Americans, according to the American Heart Association. It takes more lives than all cancers combined. For African-Americans, the disease is particularly deadly: Before the age of 50, African-American’s rate of heart failure is 20 times higher […]

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