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How do I know if I’m recovered from COVID-19?

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Recovery from COVID-19 is typically considered after it has been at least 7 days from the start of your first symptoms, and at least 3 days without a fever, and all other symptoms have improved. Additionally, an antibody test may

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COVID-19 Rapid Antibody Test

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Both locations are offering the COVID-19 RAPID Antibody test. No appointment needed. Rapid Antibody Test (serologic antibody testing) Rapid antibody test via finger stick (results in 15 mins) This test detects IgM and IgG antibodies to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that

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National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month and the goal is to focus on nutrition by making small changes to your eating style to help you live a healthy life. Here are some simple steps recommended by the Academy of Nutrition and

Handwashing Awareness

December has many health awareness initiatives, including National Handwashing Awareness Week. Handwashing is one of the best ways to prevent yourself and your family from getting sick. It is important to wash your hands often, especially during these key times

COPD Awareness

November is National COPD Awareness Month, an internationally-recognized event held annually to enhance exposure around COPD. What is COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)? COPD is the name for a group of diseases that restrict air flow and cause trouble breathing

Our West Delray Location is Opening!

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We are excited to announce that our second location on the SW corner of 441 and Atlantic Ave will be OPENING on Friday, September 6th at 8:00 am! Our hours will be identical to our original location on Military trail,

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The Dangers of Vaping

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Recently, there has been a trend of switching from the traditional cigarette to vapor cigarettes. One contributing factor may be due to the notion that vapor smoke has fewer carcinogens. Although the levels of carcinogens are less, there are other

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Flu Season

The 2017-2018 flu season was the deadliest season in over 40 years. Last year, Anne Schuchat, the acting director of the CDC stated that “hospitalizations from the flu are now the highest that we’ve seen in nearly a decade”. By

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Hypertension: High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a “silent killer“. The reason it is known as a silent killer is that it works behind the scenes to cause damage, meaning you may not feel sick. Hypertension is a common disease amongst adults in

The Problem with Medications

Medications are a progressive factor of our healthcare society. They are helpful surrogates to our health. However, with the increase in medication availability there is an increase in the pill burden on the patient. Nowadays it seems there is a

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