Archive | December, 2012

Five Healthy Resolutions for Your New Year

With 2013 right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking of New Year’s resolutions. I know, it’s the same stuff every year right? Well, let us give you some suggestions to improve your health and happiness that aren’t all that hard to keep. We all know the “big three” when it comes to maintaining […]

Continue Reading

Clinic Kudos and Props from Patients

We love our clinics. From the kind, caring providers and nurses to the amazing office staffs, we are chuck full of goodness. Enough said right? Well, we say that kind of stuff all the time. So we thought it would be nice to share what our patients are saying about us… The following paragraphs are patient […]

Continue Reading

Caring for the Caregiver

Post provided courtesy of Dr. Scott Moulton DO I was recently told by a patient of mine that, “getting old ain’t for whimps!” As loved ones age, it becomes more difficult to care for themselves on their own. Many of us are in a position where we are dealing with an older family member who can no […]

Continue Reading

Whooping Cough – what was old is new again!

  Post contributed by Dr. Anne Dubosky, Fellow AAFP You may have heard about whooping cough (pertussis) or even had the vaccination as a child, but have you heard that cases are on the rise? The CDC reports that Utah is one of 37 states with a significant rise in the number if cases. With […]

Continue Reading

What kind of sick am I?

An informational post contributed by Randy Archibald, PA-C Flu season is officially here! We just treated our first influenza patient of this flu season here at St. Mark’s Primary Care at West Valley so I thought it would be a good time to review the basics of influenza and how to manage it. Almost everyone […]

Continue Reading