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Jason Sellers, MD • 6 Dec 2022

Where to Seek Help: Rash

Our skin protects us from the elements but is also prone to damage such as rashes, burns, and itchiness. Where should you go for help when you notice a new rash suddenly appear?

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Dr. Jason Sellers • 21 Nov 2022

Give it a Few More Days

The number of antibiotic-resistant infections and deaths increased by 15% in 2020, making it all the more important to hold off on antibiotics when it’s not necessary, like treating the common cold.

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Dr. Jason Sellers • 4 Nov 2022

Falling Back and Sleeping Soundly

Enjoy that extra hour of sleep, as this may be the last time we “fall back” into standard time. While the extra sleep usually feels like a good thing, it can sometimes be hard to adjust. How can you prepare?

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Dr. Stella Gandhi • 19 Oct 2022

Telehealth or Urgent Care: Cold Symptoms

It’s Fall! The time of year when kids go back to school, the leaves change colors and everyone starts getting sick again. It can be hard to tell if those symptoms are due to allergies, a viral infection, or bacterial infection. So where do you go to get help?

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Dr. Jason Sellers • 12 Oct 2022

It’s 2022: Time to Text With Your Doctor

If you love the convenience of texting with friends and family, why not text your doctor too? It’s fast and easy whenever you have a quick question, need a refill, or aren’t feeling well. Even if you don’t have time for a phone call or telehealth appointment, we’re available to chat right in the palm of your hand.

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Dr. Jason Sellers • 4 Oct 2022

Where to Seek Help: Stomach Pain

Stomach pain is one of the most common complaints at the Emergency Department (ED), accounting for almost 10% of all visits. But is the ED always the right place to go first?

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