With the recent identification of cases here in the United States, Ebola continues to dominate world headlines. The Ebola outbreak is concentrated in the West African countries of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, and has been contained in Nigeria. To date, the US has… read more >
Midwestern University graduate Desmond Watt, PA-C, was a high school biology teacher in a former life before he found his calling in health care. Today, he sees patients out of the One Medical Chicago office where he specializes in men’s health, cardiovascular health, hypertension, and sports… read more >
Fact or fiction? The flu shot gives you the flu. Think you know the answer? You might be surprised! Watch what happens when One Medical Group’s Shilpi Agarwal, MD, quizzes LA pedestrians. Just how flu-savvy is the general public?
Erica Matluck, ND, FNP, is a naturopath, nurse practitioner, and yoga instructor. This multifaceted San Francisco-based provider helps her patients combine conventional and alternative medicine to understand and treat their health issues, and develop habits for long-lasting health. Here, she talks about the most… read more >
Another year, another autumn dilemma: To get the flu shot or not to get the flu shot? Plenty of people grapple with the decision to get vaccinated, and misinformation about the vaccine abounds. One Medical Group’s Malcolm Thaler, MD addresses all the most common questions… read more >
Influenza (or the flu) afflicts roughly 60 million Americans annually, particularly during the winter. Seasonal flu viruses come in two basic varieties: type A, which causes the most extensive and severe outbreaks, and the typically milder type B. Usually during flu season, viruses from both types are… read more >
Flu season is just around the corner—are you prepared? If your answer is “no,” don’t worry. One Medical will soon have influenza vaccines available at all locations.* Not sure whether you should get the flu shot? Don’t fret. Here’s your 2014 cheat sheet to all… read more >