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What You Need to Know About Ebola

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 >

Find Natural Relief from Your UTI

Did you know that urinary tract infections (UTIs) account for over 8 million doctors visits per year in the US? UTIs can range from an uncomfortable nuisance to a serious infection if not properly treated. One Medical provider Shilpi Agarwal, MD, gives us the… read more >

8 Ways to Stay Sane on the New York City Subway

According to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, over 1.6 billion people took the New York City subway in 2011, making it one of the top 10 busiest subway systems in the world. While the public transportation system is one of the greatest perks of living… read more >

How to Stay Healthy in Your Car

Like many Angelinos, you probably spend hours every week in your car. And like many Angelinos, you’re probably unaware of the health issues sitting in a cramped car could be causing. One Medical provider Shilpi Agarwal, MD, is no stranger to soldiering through¬†the infamous¬†Los… read more >

Migraine Relief Without Drugs

In part one of this series, we explored what migraines are and some treatments for acute migraines. Migraine drugs each come with their own set of potential side effects—some of these are minor, but some can be quite serious. For many patients, prescription drugs… read more >

The 411 on Migraines: What Is a Migraine?

It begins as a throbbing pain on one side of your head. Light and sounds become unbearable, then your vision starts to blur. Most people suffer from some kind of headache at least occasionally, but migraines can be a crippling ailment that are often… read more >

Put Your Flu Knowledge to the Test

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?