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Understanding and treating panic attacks

Kristen Scarlett, MA, LMHC, NCC

Your heart starts pounding, your head begins to spin, nausea hits, and you start gulping air in big, heaving breaths. Even if you’ve had a panic attack...

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Health 101

A guide to drug formularies and generics

Robyn Hoke

We’ve all seen those commercials that tell you to ask your doctor about a certain drug — usually while a happy person spins around in a field....

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Health 101

What’s a phlebotomist?

One Medical

If you’ve ever visited a lab for a blood draw or test, it’s likely that you’ve interacted with a phlebotomist. But what, exactly, is a...

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Pregnancy

So you’ve had gestational diabetes…now what?

Ellen Dinerman, MD

While most women breathe a sigh of relief after their baby’s delivery, those with gestational diabetes are often even more relieved. Finally, after...

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Allergies

How to stay healthy during allergy season

Spencer Blackman, MD

If you find yourself suffering from sneezing, itchy eyes, and pressure headaches every spring and fall, welcome to the seasonal allergy club. Here are some...

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Cold and Flu

6 tips for avoiding the flu in an open office

Spencer Blackman, MD

Teamwork is a beautiful thing…until it makes you sick. According to a University of Arizona study, it took just four hours for the germs on a...

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4 ways to use virtual care at One Medical

Susan Owen, MHS, PA-C

There are a lot of things that make One Medical unique, but one of the biggest ones is our virtual medical team. This team of providers — available to...

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Depression

Dealing with the holiday blues

Siri Chand Khalsa, MD

The winter holiday season is a time of year when people celebrate and create community with friends and loved ones. For some however, this time of year can...

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