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Blog Colorectal cancer is not just a concern for middle-aged people. Gen X, Y, and Z must pay attention.

Recent data from the American Cancer Society indicate that colorectal cancer diagnosis rates are quickly rising, especially among Generations X, Y, and Z.

Posted on March 27 2023
News Prebiotics and Probiotics: A Guide to Eating for Gut Health

Learn the difference between prebiotics and probiotics, and discover how incorporating both into your diet can promote gut health.

Posted on March 25 2023
News Should You Use Over-the-Counter Asthma Inhalers and Medication?

Don't wing it when it comes to managing your asthma. What can you do if you run out of your prescription medication (it occurs) and are unable to instantly obtain more?

Posted on March 24 2023
Blog 4 Steps you can take against Diabetes

Diabetes is the most common endocrine disease and losing weight, exercising regularly, and following a healthy diet are just some of the simple steps you can take to prevent it.

Posted on March 22 2023
News How to Handle an Asthma Attack Without an Inhaler

Gasping for air can cause a surge of anxiety, especially if you don't have a rescue inhaler on hand during an asthma attack

Posted on March 20 2023
News 3 Cups of Coffee a Day May Help Reduce Body Fat and Diabetes Risk

Denise Pate, MD an internal medicine physician and medical director with the Medical Offices of Manhattan, pointed out some valuable information based on a recent study that suggests coffee and green and black tea may help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. Read the article here.

Posted on March 17 2023