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Time to Prepare for the 2019-2020 Flu Season

Time to Prepare for the 2019-2020 Flu Season

  Ahh, the start of the fall season in Southern California in October and in November an average day can be chilly mornings to humid warm evenings. Once the flu spreads in your community whether spending most of your time at work or in a school environment, calls for...
Preventing and Managing Asthma

Preventing and Managing Asthma

Most live normal, active lives and suffer few symptoms of asthma. Asthma attacks range from mild to severe. This is because the body has different responses to different allergens. Depending on how strongly the body reacts to the allergens, you may experience a simple...

Back To School Health Checklist

The school year is fast approaching and many might have gathered for new clothes and supplies for your child. But, how are you doing with your child’s back to school health checklist? Checklist Tips: Sleep Schedule: When students aren’t in school they tend...
Sprains and Strains

Sprains and Strains

Did you know almost one-third of all injuries incurred in childhood are sports-related injuries? By far, the most common injuries are sprains and strains. If you’re out being active this summer, you may get a sprain or strain at some point. Let’s find out...
Water Safety Tips for Children: Avoid a trip to the ER

Water Safety Tips for Children: Avoid a trip to the ER

Warm weather is here, many community pools are now open, and water safety should be on everyone’s mind before jumping. Swimming is a great exercise, as well as a fun way to spend time together as a family. Unfortunately, many people don’t realize how...
Workplace Safety Topics for National Safety Month

Workplace Safety Topics for National Safety Month

The first week of National Safety Month takes place June 3-7. Hazards are all around us at work and home, and the threats can take many forms. Learn to see hazards, they may not always be obvious or immediate concerns, but they can still pose a risk to you and your...
Is it Strep Throat?  How to Tell and When to be Seen

Is it Strep Throat? How to Tell and When to be Seen

Strep throat is a type of sore throat that is more common in children vs adults. Healthcare professionals can do a quick test to determine if a sore throat is strep throat and decide if antibiotics are needed. Proper treatment can help you feel better faster and...
Is it the Flu or a Sinus Infection?

Is it the Flu or a Sinus Infection?

Approximately 5-20% of the United States’ population gets sick with the flu each year, while millions of others in the country are diagnosed with sinus infections. Both diseases have similar symptoms, making it difficult to tell the difference between the two until...

Does My Child Have a Cold or Allergies?

If your child is coughing, sneezing and has a runny nose for several weeks, but doesn’t have ever a fever and otherwise seems well, does he/she have a cold or could it be allergies? If you’re more likely to think allergies in the spring and a cold during...

Where To Take Your Sick Child For Care

Your toddler is running a fever and acting extra fussy… Do you rush to the emergency room, or simply set an appointment with the pediatrician for next week? How about a trip to the local urgent care center? Determining what level of care your little one needs is often...
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