Archive for January, 2017

4 Health Risks to Watch in Your 30s

January 23, 2017 | Primary Care

healthy 30 year oldWith busy careers and growing families, many people in their 30s aren’t finding the time to take care of themselves. If you coasted through your 20s with only a few visits to the doctor and not much thought about your diet, now is the time to pay attention to your health. Yearly physicals, completing recommended health screenings, and healthy lifestyle choices can reduce your risk for chronic health problems later in life.

While your family health history plays a role in the health screenings you need, here are four of the top health risks 30-year-olds need to watch.

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Staying Safe in the Snow

January 19, 2017 | Primary Care

Snow Safety for ChildrenChildren’s eyes light up when snowflakes start coming down, and they can hardly contain their excitement at the thoughts of sledding, building a snowman, and making snow angels. However, the cold weather and wet snow mean parents have to take precautions to keep little ones safe. The next time you wake up to a winter wonderland, be sure to follow these snow safety tips.

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Why Better Sleep Should Be Your Top New Year’s Resolution

January 6, 2017 | Pulmonary/Critical Care

lack of sleepTypical New Year’s resolutions include exercise, dieting, and weight loss. But did you know sleep also has a huge impact on your quality of life? In fact, sleep can impact everything from your performance at work to your relationships with loved ones. Here are the top reasons you should consider putting better sleep at the top of your New Year’s resolutions list.

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New Doctor Cares for Children and Adults in Burlington

January 4, 2017 | Primary Care

Dr. Jayce CookAre you looking for a doctor who can care for the whole family? Dr. Jayce Cook, a board-certified family medicine physician, offers care for children, teens, and adults at the LeBauer Burlington Station office in Burlington, NC.

A Passion for Family Care

“I enjoy getting to know patients of all ages,” says Cook. “Having a positive impact on the health and well-being of families and individual patients is one of the reasons I chose family medicine. I enjoy helping people and was always fascinated by science, so medicine was a natural fit for a career.”

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