Reid Health Blog

Hearing devices: 4 things you should know before you buy

Purchasing hearing devices can be a tricky process. Here’s how to make it easier.

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Travel health: 10 ways to keep germs away

Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, learn a few practical tips to help you avoid illnesses and boost your travel health.

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When should you see an allergist?

If you suffer from allergies, you should know when to see an allergist, and what a physician can do to relieve your symptoms. Here’s more.

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Adaptogens: 5 stress management plants

Adaptogens are a group of plants that offer protective benefits and stress management. Learn more about five popular supplements to overcome fatigue.

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How fitness trackers benefit you

What are the health benefits of fitness trackers? How can you use one to achieve your fitness goals? Learn more about using a step tracker here.

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Sleep sack campaign promotes safe sleep for infants

The Reid Health Mother-Baby Care Center sees the sleep sack as a way to promote safer sleep for infants.

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Fight adult acne by addressing your hormones

Many adult women get breakouts, especially around menopause. Hormone imbalances can worsen breakouts. Learn more about causes and treatments of adult acne.

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Food allergies: Could you have one and not know it?

Most people have heard of severe reactions to peanuts or maybe shellfish, but other food allergies are also common — and some people have them and do not know it, according to Dr. Jason Casselman, Reid Health allergist/immunologist. Food allergies affect up to two percent of the population, Dr. Casselman said. “It is possible to

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Colorectal cancer awareness month: What to know

March has been designated Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Here’s what you need to know about the disease.

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Do you have a true penicillin allergy?

While you may think you have a penicillin allergy, you may want to consider seeing if that’s still valid. Here’s more.

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