What You Should Know About The 2019 Flu Season

What You Should Know About The 2019 Flu Season

Fall is here and so is flu season – here’s what you need to know for the upcoming flu season. When to Get the Flu Shot In the US, the typical flu season begins as early as October and runs as late as May, with peak months typically hitting between December...
Allergies Vs. Sinus Infection

Allergies Vs. Sinus Infection

As we head into hay fever season, it can be difficult to pinpoint the cause of your congestion– are your sniffles due to seasonal allergies or a sinus infection? The two conditions share similar symptoms, but are not the same thing. Seasonal Allergies Allergies...
Back to School: Common Classroom Illnesses

Back to School: Common Classroom Illnesses

The start of the school year brings with it new teachers, full backpacks, and plenty of homework. Unfortunately, it also brings an increased risk of illness for your children. Kids in school spend more time indoors, in close proximity to one another, sharing supplies,...