September 2013: Month in Review

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Fall is in full swing, and that means flu season is officially upon us. Are you prepared? We’re now offering the influenza vaccine at all locations. Our 2013 cheat sheet has all the details on how to get your shot.

It’s a great season to get outdoors, but poison oak, ivy, and sumac can pose problems. Learn to spot poisonous plants and treat symptoms at home.

The controversy surrounding the right time to start breast cancer screening continues. One Medical Group’s Malcolm Thaler, MD, explains the latest study concerning screening mammography in women under 50.

As the official doctors of ORACLE TEAM USA, we couldn’t be more proud of the sailors for reclaiming the America’s Cup this month! We wrapped our interview series by sitting down with Coach Philippe Presti, who offered insight into the team’s skills and strategies.

Need a little healthy eating inspiration? We have some compelling facts about sugar and 10 tips for clean eating that will keep you motivated.

In October, we’ll have plenty of recipes to commemorate National Kale Day, as well as more information to stay safe while staying active in the great outdoors.

Here’s what else you might have missed from one:life in September.

Eat Well

5 Dairy-Free Breakfast Ideas by Amber Shea Crawley

7 Days of Smoothie Recipes by Michelle Konstantinovsky

10 Ways to Eat Clean by Kerri-Ann Jennings, MS, RD

Seared Salmon with Braised Broccoli by EatingWell.com

Lentil Burgers by EatingWell.com

The Truth About Sugar by Rachael Moeller Gorman

Mirin-Poached Salmon with Spring Salad by EatingWell.com

Newsworthy

Prepare for Flu Season: Get Your Flu Shot by One Medical Group

Should You Begin Screening Mammography Before 50? by Malcolm Thaler, MD

Q&A: Oracle Team USA’s Phillippe Presti by Nikki Jong

Health 101

Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, and Poison Sumac by Susan Owen, MHS, PA-C

The Basics and Beyond: Human Papillomavirus (HPV) by Kristen Foskett, RN

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