Let’s Talk about Sleep Apnea and How to Treat It

Are you one of those individuals who has been told how bothering your snore is when asleep? If yes, then let us talk about sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a common disorder where your breathing stops briefly when asleep. Usually, the breathing pauses for at least 10 to 20 seconds...
Read More

Have We Reached the COVID-19 Vaccine Plateau?

According to recent nationwide surveys, COVID-19 vaccine enthusiasm in the United States has reached a plateau. The Verywell Health Vaccine Sentiment Tracker shows that overall acceptance of the COVID-19 vaccine has plateaued after steadily climbing since the beginning of the year. Kaiser Family Foundation's Vaccine Monitor reports that the number...
Read More

Other Diseases Did Not Rest During the Pandemic

According to recent studies, more people are dying in the United States during the pandemic, but not because of COVID-19. With limited access to proper medical attention, more people are stuck at home without any means of finding relief.Another factor that could be contributing to this dilemma is that people...
Read More

Simple Tips for Better Heart Health

“Make your decisions with your heart, and you’ll end up with heart disease,” Harvey Mackay, an American entrepreneur and author, once said. Though his statement sounds like a pun, there is some truth to it. Every 36 seconds, one person dies from heart disease in the U.S, according to the...
Read More

What Happens During a Sports Physical Exam?

A sports physical is a vital prerequisite for children and teens who wish to take part in sporting events. The examination will determine an individual’s fitness and readiness in physically demanding activities. More than health prevention & promotion, a physical exam helps athletes maximize their potential. At Ken Park MD...
Read More

Diabetes Management: Tips to Have a Healthy Blood Sugar

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 34 million people in the US have diabetes, but 1 in 5 of them don’t know they have it. Medical costs are also twice as high for people with diabetes than people who don’t have them. With this, it’s...
Read More
1 3 4 5 6 7 8
Hi, How Can We Help You?