In recent years, many parents have decided to not to vaccinate their children. Southeastern Med has seven reasons you should have your children vaccinated.
There has been a lot of talk in recent years about parents deciding not to vaccinate their children. The staff at Southeastern Med highly recommends having your children vaccinated on a schedule set by your pediatrician.
When most people think about getting immunization shots, they instantly think of children. While these shots are important, you also need to know there’s a schedule of immunization shots you should receive throughout your life.
Below, Southeastern Med has shared the schedule and guidelines the CDC has put together for when patients should receive their immunizations.
Being vaccinated is an important part of protecting yourself and others from serious diseases.
While you may know immunizations are important, you may still have questions or concerns. The staff at Southeastern Med wants you to feel comfortable about being vaccinated and has answered some common questions patients have about vaccines.
When many of us think of getting into shape during the summer, we think of exercising outside by going for a jog and taking a family bike ride. But summer is also a great time to eat healthy as many flavorful fruits and vegetables are in season.
Here are a few seasonal recipes from EatingWell for you to try this summer.
The summer season is when many of us enjoy the great outdoors the most. While most of your activities will be full of fun and adventure, there’s always a chance you can be injured or become ill if you aren’t careful.
Review these summer safety tips from Southeastern Med to protect you and your family.
Staying active and engaged is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle for people of all ages, but it’s not all about exercise. The staff at Southeastern Med has put together a list of local activities and events for your family to enjoy this summer.
More than 5 million people in the U.S. are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease, which accounts for roughly 60-80 percent of dementia patients. With Alzheimer’s being so wide-spread, the Alzheimer’s Association has designated June as Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month in order to educate the public about this deadly brain disorder.
Diabetes is a disease in which the body’s ability to produce or respond to insulin is impaired, resulting in abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates and elevated blood glucose levels.
More than 29 million people in the United States have diabetes – 8 million of which are undiagnosed. This is problematic since diabetes can lead to heart disease, nerve damage, eye problems and kidney disease. In fact, diabetes is the 7th leading cause of death in the United States.
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