Archive | November, 2011

Ask an Expert: What to know about women’s health

You asked and we had one of our physicians answer!  Dr. Nichole DeLaPlante from Lone Peak Primary Care discusses women’s health ranging from why it’s important to annual exams to health challenges. Jade: What are the major focuses of women’s health? What conditions do you treat? Dr. DeLaPlante:  I provide comprehensive care on issues that are […]

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Layton Family Medicine Gets a New Home

Layton Family Medicine moved into their new home on October 1, 2011.  Once we got everyone settled, the boxes unpacked and every tongue depressor  in its right spot we had ourselves a grand opening. Mayor Steve Curtis joined us for our festivities of the day which included a flag raising ceremony performed by a local […]

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See Me Same Day, a Parent’s Lifesaver

Take a walk with me down imagination row; you’re a parent with a coughing, sniffling, aching kid.  You look at the clock and see it’s two o’clock and think to yourself, “there is no way we’re getting into see a doctor today.”  Then you think of that cathcy line that you’ve seen in newspaper ads […]

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Kids say the darndest things

Although this is not medically related it is funny and laughing is good for the soul. 🙂 Recently I was spending time with my 18-month-old niece who has successfully learned the art of flirtation!  She is very social but has a particular interest in the male species, especially my husband.  I ignore my incessant jealousy that […]

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A Kidney Stone Is Not a Friendly Thing

A kidney stone is not a friendly thing, anybody who has experienced it can tell you that.  Perhaps you can relate to, or better yet, learn from this painful first-hand account of an unfortunate kidney stone encounter: I had one a few years ago. It came out of nowhere, waking me early in the morning. […]

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