The Difference Between a Cold and the Flu, and When to See a Doctor

The Difference Between a Cold and the Flu, and When to See a Doctor

And so it begins. The leaves are changing, the days are getting cooler, and across the country, the sniffles have started. In homes and schools and offices, tissues and hand sanitizer are making their yearly appearance on desks and counters. Cold and flu season is...

Halloween Safety Tips & 4 Community Events for the Whole Family

Halloween Safety Tips & 4 Community Events for the Whole Family

Halloween is just around the corner. We can’t believe it either. Doesn’t it feel like it just happened? Time flies. Halloween can be a scary night, not just because your kid is dressing up as a zombie or a witch (though depending on the creativity put into the...

The Truth About the Flu Shot

The Truth About the Flu Shot

What if there was a major scientific breakthrough that could dramatically decrease an individual’s chances for severe and life-threatening illness complications? Furthermore, what if this breakthrough would protect those with weaker immunity from lethal infection...

8 Tips for Keeping Kids Healthy in School

8 Tips for Keeping Kids Healthy in School

Parents around the country are gleeful as they watch their kiddos hop on the school bus or walk through the school doors. Most are ready to get back to a schedule that includes the chance to have enough time to miss their children. No shame in that. So, the big...

Shaping up for Fall Fitness

Shaping up for Fall Fitness

As Summer dwindles and temperatures drift into a cooler range, many of us are preparing for a change in our routine. For families, Fall means “back to school” and the reinstatement of a morning wake-up and time schedule. And for families with student-athletes, it also...

Protecting Yourself and Family From Insect Bites

Protecting Yourself and Family From Insect Bites

Summertime barbecues, short sleeves, and spending time with friends and family by the water on a river or lake are some of the best things about Oregon summers. With ready access to coastal areas and cascade high lakes, outdoor recreation opportunities abound....

Benefits of the Sun and Why You Need to Wear Sunscreen

Benefits of the Sun and Why You Need to Wear Sunscreen

It’s the time of year again, where we kiss the rain and short days goodbye and say hello sunshine, flowers, and wearing sunscreen. For Oregonians, emerging from hibernation and enjoying more extended daylight hours is a much-anticipated time of year filled with making...

Caring for the Skin You Live In

Caring for the Skin You Live In

With summer right around the corner, many people are taking steps to improve their appearance. For high school students, this may include preparing for graduation pictures or summer vacation. But wait-oh no! what is this red botchy spot that came up overnight? Perhaps...

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