February has been titled “Heart Month” by the American Heart Association. The recent deaths of Florence Henderson and George Michael from (suspected) heart failure, Alan Thicke of an aortic rupture and Carrie Fisher from a heart attack, are reminders of how important our heart health is. While our hearts are not meant to last forever, and some heart conditions are out of our control, there are steps you can take to help your heart last longer, so you can live longer.
It's cold and flu season! Sniffles all around. Coughs galore!
It's rare, in this modern, fast-paced world, to have the kind of time it takes to get to a Dr.'s office. Many of us are shuttling kids to their after school activities. Even our weekends are filled with activities, from sports events to family get-togethers, work and school events.
Yet, when our little ones have a sore throat or cough, or you feel a bladder infection coming on, you figure out how to get medical treatment.
When you need a work physical or your kid needs a physical for sports, you take care of it.
But it's still hard to make the time – unless you're squeezing in a visit at a local Walk-In Clinic. When all you have is a lunch hour or a stop-off on your evening commute, Walk-In Clinics are an easy choice.READ MORE