2019 has zipped along to the end in the blink of an eye. This is the time of the year we pause and reflect, analyze the year behind us and look ahead with great anticipation for the year to come. We consider what went well and look for opportunities for growth. With that in mind, here’s a look at 2019 with Main Street Medical Clinic!
As the holiday season approaches, we’re excited to evaluate our progress in 2019 and see how we can improve. Get our annual summary and future plans here! #MainStreetClinics #MainStreetMedical
You may have heard people blame vaccines for a plethora of dangerous health conditions. It’s critical to listen to the advice of doctors and scientists over random health bloggers. For the safety of your children, younger children, and people with compromised immune systems stay up to date on vaccinations. Perform your own research, and only trust reliable sources to understand why vaccines are so important for yourself and your children.
Some people get itchy eyes and stuffy noses from the pollen in the air, while others suffer from anaphylactic reactions caused by certain foods. Whether you’ve had a seemingly harmless allergy all your life or if you’re just beginning to notice some more aggressive allergy symptoms, it’s important to consider allergy testing as part of your preventive care plan. Let’s look into the types of allergy tests you should look into, and the benefits that will come from allergy testing.
The Importance of Allergy Testing
Influenza, otherwise known as the flu, is a serious and sometimes deadly sickness. It attacks the immune system causing body aches, fever, and a sore throat. It’s also very easily spread from person to person! If you’re looking to protect yourself and your family this flu season, prevention is going to be the key. To protect your health, you’ll need to understand the symptoms to be on the lookout for, practice healthy lifestyle choices and, most importantly, get your flu shot.
Protecting Yourself and Your Family This Flu Season
Pro Tip: The best way to protect yourself and your loved ones from the flu is to get the flu vaccine. Most pharmacies offer a free flu shot with most insurance coverage.
The holiday season and the end of another year are always busy. However, it’s also a time for reflection on the recent past and planning for the future. Main Street Medical is dedicated to improving ourselves in the new year, and we hope to pass that desire for improvement on to our clients!
What are your holiday plans? Let us know on Facebook and enjoy your time off!