Is your child suffering from Seasonal Allergies?

All About Allergies

Does your child seem to develop symptoms of a cold at the same time every year? The problem might not be a cold at all; instead, seasonal allergies might be ...

March is Save Your Vision Month

As kids, we were all told not to sit too close to the television, eat our carrots and to not to cross our eyes because they would stick that way.  ...

Know Your Heart

Few months bring matters of the heart to the forefront quite like February.  With Valentine’s day just behind us and Heart Awareness Month in full swing, what better time to ...

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Five Diet Myths Exposed

From detoxing to gluten free, there are a lot of diets out ...

How to Prepare for Ski Season

This is a guest blogger post by Erin Kimball, PA-C from South ...

The New Patient Portal & MyChart

MountainStar Medical Group is pleased to offer a new online service to ...

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Free Seminar on Irregular Heart Beats

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New Urgent Care

Layton Family Medicine is now offering hours for Urgent Care. They are open Monday through Friday, 8am to 9pm and Saturday & Sunday 9am to 9pm. For more information, visit their website at LaytonFamilyMedicine.com They treat a variety of conditions. Their services include, but are not limited to Acute Illnesses: Cough, sore throat, fever Sinus [...]

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February is Heart Month

Maintaining a strong and healthy heart is the key to living a long and healthy life. With thousands of articles, websites and brochures on heart health, it can be exhausting trying to determine what’s fact or fiction. In honor of Heart Month, here are some useful resources for gaining an accurate and extensive knowledge of [...]

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Congratulations to Dr. Bentley!

We wanted to congratulate Dr. Melissa Bentley, MD, FACP of Ogden Internal Medicine for her recent publication in the Vox Sanguinis International Journal of Transfusion Medicine. She was one of three contributors to the published article on performance of a clinical prediction score for thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura in an independent cohort. We got tongue-tied just [...]

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January is Cervical Health Awareness Month

Each year in the US, 12,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer. What you might not know is cervical cancer is almost completely preventable. In observance of Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, we’ll answer some of the most important questions about the disease. Q1. What causes cervical cancer? A1. There are many risk factors that can [...]

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