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Why Do We Get Sick in the Winter: Your Primary Care Physicians

Why Do We Get Sick in the Winter: Your Primary Care Physicians

by Natalie (SU)
“Better bundle up so you don’t catch a cold!” This phrase has been passed down, by mothers, from generation to generation. The logic seems to make perfect sense. People tend to get sick more often in the cooler months, so the cold weather must be the culprit, right? Well, while the fall and winter months do see more colds and flus, the outdoor temperature is not what’s making you sick. There are actually a number of biological, environmental, and social factors that are the real cause of why we get sick in the winter.

What Does Being a Family Doctor Mean?

What Does Being a Family Doctor Mean?

by Natalie (SU)
A funny thing about families is that they like to share – just about everything. That includes pesky colds and flu viruses that show up this time of year. In fact, one of the first things your doctor may ask when you say you have a sore throat is, “Is Eloise or Justin sick?” That’s because he or she knows that you’re a mom of two little ones, and chances are if they have it, so do you. This is one of the best reasons to have a family doctor.

Types of Primary Care Physicians

Types of Primary Care Physicians

by Natalie (SU)
If you have insurance, most likely you have been asked to choose a primary care physician. But what exactly does this mean? What does a primary care physician do and why is it so important that you choose one? Well, you have probably noticed that the healthcare system is growing larger and more complicated every day. Sometimes it can seem like a complicated maze, with twists and turns at every corner. This is where your primary care physician comes in. This is your one person—your doctor—who knows you and understands your needs.

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