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After two years of being in a pandemic, people are starting to accept it as a part of daily life

By Ask the Doctors • July 22, 2022

While counting net carbs can expand the food choices of someone who is restricting sugars or carbs, they can also be an excuse to add sweets and snacks to the diet

By Ask the Doctors • July 20, 2022

We may rarely think about the constant presence of saliva in our mouths, but it is consistently working to protect our bodies

By Ask the Doctors • July 18, 2022

Tick bites are rising across the nation, so here are some steps to take if you are bitten

By Ask the Doctors • July 15, 2022

Ask the Doctors answers a few of your most-asked questions this month

By Ask the Doctors • July 13, 2022

SIDS is the leading cause of death in the United States among infants between 1 month and 1 year old

By Ask the Doctors • July 11, 2022

Although the specific cause of IBS is not clear, recent research has linked it to certain changes that take place in the population of the gut microbiome

By Ask the Doctors • July 8, 2022

Daily tasks and activities can change in a assisted living home, but those activities can be exchanged for more targeted physical effort

By Ask the Doctors • July 6, 2022

Ticks are found in all 50 states, and reporting shows that their populations are increasing

By Ask the Doctors • July 4, 2022

There is a school of thought that says redheads require more local anesthetic to manage pain, as well as increased amounts of general anesthesia to induce unconsciousness, than the rest of the population

By Ask the Doctors • July 1, 2022