Tag Archives: flu season

Surviving the Flu Seaon

Over the holidays many homes were full of the flu or colds rather than peace and joy. No one wants to be sick over the holidays, but it is a season notorious for passing illness from one family member to the next. Even though the holidays are over, we likely haven’t even seen the worst […]

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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 […]

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Talking Immunizations with Dr. Bentley

Whenever I see a new patient, and at my patients’ annual wellness visits, one thing I feel it is important to discuss is vaccinations.  While we all are aware that children are advised to get shots to prevent illnesses, and most people know about yearly flu shots, many adults are unaware of other immunizations they […]

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Children and the Flu

Get Smart, Get A Flu Shot

Flu season is right around the corner. What are you going to do about it this year? Remember last fall when you saw everyone getting flu shots and your internal struggle began? ‘If I don’t get the shot I may or may not get sick, but if I do…I have to get a shot!’ We […]

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