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A Quick Guide to Hydration and Electrolytes for Athletes of All Ages Jun 8th, 2024

Hi everyone. Many of you know that I started running marathons a few years ago. I've played sports my whole life and studied sports nutrition throughout my medical career, but nothing could ever prepare me for the marathon. Without good "fuel"(nutrition), hydration, and electrolytes, the marathon will chew you up...

Read Across America Week Feb 28th, 2023

  HAPPY NATIONAL READING MONTH!!! To kick off NEA’s Read Across America and National Reading Month, we’re happy to celebrate Dr. Seuss birthday March 2 and the entire month of March. NEA or National Education Association Read Across America is an annual reading awareness program created to celebrate and foster...

If you hear “God Bless You” more than “Hello” this spring, you may want to read this …. Apr 6th, 2021

Blue skies, sunshine, and the smell of freshly mown grass and flowers tell us that spring is here at last. We turn our thoughts to picnics, bike rides, and simply enjoying the great outdoors. But for many of us, spring can be a time of sneezing, coughing, runny nose, itchy...

Happy Earth Day! Feb 28th, 2021

Happy Earth Day everyone!! Did you know that spending just 10 minutes in nature a day can reduce your stress level and improve your mental AND physical health. Even going in your backyard or to a park without your computer, phones, and electronics and walking for 10 minutes will lower...

Now Seeing Patients up to 21 Years of Age Jan 12th, 2021

We have some exciting news to share with you all! Due to the pandemic and adult clinics being stretched thin, we are now going to see our patients until the age of 21 years. This means we are going to allow our former patients to come back and continue to...