Health 101

Health 101

Could it be appendicitis?

Malcolm Thaler, MD

You son or daughter comes to you complaining of belly pain and you wonder — is my child just trying to get out of another day at school (again!) or is...

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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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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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Cold and Flu

Flu FAQs

One Medical

Did you know that influenza (aka the flu) afflicts roughly 60 million Americans annually? Or that there are multiple varieties of flu viruses? Keep your flu...

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One Medical FAQ: Health Insurance Exchanges

Brendhan Green

The Health Insurance Marketplace (aka health insurance exchanges) facilitates the purchase of health insurance in every state in accordance with the Patient...

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Fear can be good — in small doses

Christine Celio, PhD

Are you heading to a haunted house to get the wits scared out of you this Halloween? Or does the mere thought cause you to feel anxious instead of...

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Cold and Flu

10 popular flu season myths: fact or fiction?

Riley Steinmetz

Every year when flu season begins, new rumors begin flying and the old standards pop back up. You’ve heard many of them before: “The flu shot...

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Relationships matter: Why it’s important to have a primary care provider

Amanda Angelotti, MD

We believe that the better we know you, the better we can treat you. And a huge part of that is cultivating an ongoing relationship with your primary care...

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