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Do you have a Primary Care Physician?

Posted by Jeffrey Duvic on  March 25, 2021
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When’s the last time you went to see your primary care physician (PCP)? If you are like over a fourth of the population in the U.S., the right question may be whether or not you have one? According to a national poll conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation, 26% of U.S. citizens don’t have a primary care physician. The emergence of COVID-19 is likely to cause this trend to continue upward. The trend of not
Online consultation with a female doctor, social distancing, coronavirus prevention
COVID-19 has put a lot of things on hold, but there is one important task that should not be on hold… That is, going to the doctor for preventive care services and routine checkups. Throughout the pandemic, many people have not felt safe going into a hospital or doctors office to see their doctors. A recent study by the Cleveland Clinic found that 85% of Americans avoided going to the doctor because of concern about
the importance of mental health
Let’s face it, the past year has been hard for all of us. While COVID-19 has affected a lot of individuals’ physical health, it’s the damage that’s not visible that is concerning to many. During this pandemic, the mental health of people in our society has also taken a turn for the worse. These are stressful and trying times for all of us, so I have researched some suggestions on how to help improve and
  With Coronavirus numbers rising in the United States, it seems that much of our workforce will continue to work from home. Some might be thinking… “There is no way I can do this for another six months!” Luckily for you, I have put together a guide to help you learn to enjoy working from home – or at least learn how to be more productive. 😉  Some might feel that they don’t get as much work done at home as they do in

Wellness Wednesday: COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Posted by Jeffrey Duvic on  December 23, 2020
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  The phrase — “we have a COVID-19 vaccine” are words most Americans have been patiently waiting to hear since March 12, 2020. Well, we have good news for you. The FDA has now approved two vaccines for emergency use to halt the spread of COVID-19. There are so many sources of information in today’s world, McGohan Brabender wanted to put together an informational blog post with the most up-to-date news. It’s important to keep in mind that this situation is constantly evolving,