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When to See a Doctor Online If It’s Not an Emergency
There’s no question that emergency rooms are lifesaving. But if you go there for care when it’s not an emergency, the long wait, chaos, paperwork and high cost can add up to a giant headache. Video doctor visits using your smartphone, laptop or tablet – are…
5 Surprising Facts about Mold Allergies vs Seasonal Allergies
Sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, itchy throat, congestion, coughing, headache – you sure know it when those miserable allergy symptoms flare up. But are they seasonal allergies, or could they be caused by mold, one of the most common triggers of allergy symptoms? Seasonal allergies are often triggered by pollen,…
3 Signs It May Be a Sinus Infection and Not the Flu/Cold
During the winter season, it’s common to get a case of the cold or flu, but it’s important to know when it’s something more serious, like a sinus infection. The sooner you catch your symptoms, the sooner you can take steps to treat it. Symptoms of the common cold and…
New Year, New Way to Get Care
When making resolutions for the New Year, health should always be a priority. This year, stay on top of it by using LiveHealth Online! There are a few misconceptions when it comes to using telehealth, but LiveHealth Online is an easy and convenient way to see a doctor. Here some…
Tips on Navigating Family Relationships and Tough Conversations During the Holidays
The Holidays are coming up which means spending more time with family – which isn’t always easy with people you may not see eye to eye with. To avoid confrontation and frustration this holiday season, here’s a few ways to navigate challenging conversations and tense relationships: Do not “take the…
Tips for Staying Physically and Mentally Healthy this Holiday Season
It’s very normal and common for people to experience feelings of anxiety and depression around the Holidays. The added stress of social gatherings, gift buying, extra time with extended family and even sentimental memories can bring on feelings of loneliness, sadness, fatigue, tension and worry.  Add in changes in your…
How to Address Bullying
Being bullied hurts. Bullying can occur verbally, physically, and socially, in person, or through social media. It is the unwanted and repeated targeting by others that involves a real or perceived power dynamic that has been shown to be one of the most modifiable risk factors for mental health and…
Tips to Prevent and Treat Common Back to School Illnesses
Backpacks, lunch boxes, and pencils kits are out on every store shelf, which can only mean it’s Back to School season! While kids are in school, they’re also being exposed to all different kinds of childhood illnesses. Although it’s normal for children to be sick a few times in the…
Postpartum Depression
The CDC estimates 1 in 9 women experience postpartum depression. This can be easy to confuse with the more-common “baby blues,” which refers to worry, mood swings, tearfulness, and difficulty sleeping caused by extreme hormonal changes in your body. Unlike “baby blues,” which usually resolves itself within two weeks of…
5 Ways Social Media Impacts Your Children
Whether we like it or not, social media use across generations has become an integral part of our lives today.  The American Academy of Pediatrics identifies multiple benefits and negative effects of social media on children and teens, and the fact of the matter is that these can apply to…
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