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          Dr. Mark L. Friedman

          Dr. Mark L. Friedman
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          Mindfulness: There's an app for that.

          “Self-care is not selfish.”“You are worthy of good things.” “Breathe.” If you’ve seen notifications like the above on your smartphone, then you may be one of the increasing1 number of Americans who are using an app to practice mindfulness. If you...

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          Avoid Singing the Flu Blues

          ??I got a cough…And a fever of 1-0-2Wish I would have had a shotSo I wasn’t so bluuuuuuuue.??

          Initial estimates from the 2018-2019 flu season report between 37.4 million – 42.9 million Americans suffered from the “Flu Blues.” While last year was...

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          Why Antibiotics Aren't Always the Solution

          When you feel miserable, it’s understandable to want a quick fix. So, your brain might turn to antibiotics instead of chicken soup and a good night's sleep. But sometimes, it’s a good thing to let your immune system fight illness itself. This is true...

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          Bug Bites 101: When to Call a Doctor

          Bug bites: They itch, they're an eyesore, and always have you asking, "Does this look normal?" 

          The first step is to figure out what bit you. If it was a flying or buzzing insect, it was likely a mosquito or fly. If the sting was sudden and...

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          Sun Safety this Summer

          Summer is all about enjoying the weather and sunshine. A little vitamin D is great, but be careful! Experiencing five sunburns in life can double a person’s melanoma (skin cancer) risk.

          Check out the following infographic for some tips on sun safety.

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          The Measles: What you need to know

          You probably haven’t had to think about measles much in your lifetime. The illness has been largely contained in the 21st century, thanks to near-universal vaccination. However, vaccination rates among certain populations have fallen in the U.S....

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          Belly Aches Are No Laughing Matter

          Abdominal pain. It’s a catchall, and incredibly common, complaint, and it’s the single most common reason people go to the ER in the US, with nearly 10 million visits a year, according to the CDC. But that’s not the main reason it’s such a pain for...

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          4 Ways To Prevent Ear Aches

          When it comes to ear pain, there’s good news and there’s bad news.

          The good news is that there’s been a decline in ear infections in kids since the pneumococcus vaccine was introduced several years ago to combat pneumococcus. This is one of the most...

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          Pollen Counts Are High, You're Feeling Low

          Your nose starts to itch, your eyes get watery, and then rapid-fire sneezing--before you know it, you have emptied an entire tissue box in a futile attempt to dam up your nasal flow. Oh no, it’s pollen season already?!?!

          The Food and Drug...

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