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Nutrition to Meet Your New Year’s Goals

December 22, 2021 | Primary Care, Wellness

As the year comes to a close, many people are making resolutions or setting goals for 2022. While you may be focused on one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions — a diet aimed at losing weight — following a good nutrition routine can help you reach all sorts of health goals, not just shedding pounds.

We’ve put together nutrition tips to help you reach four different common health challenges: strengthening bones, lowering blood sugar, reducing cholesterol, and boosting energy. 

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How Many Drinks are Safe? [Plus 3 Questions to Ask Yourself]

December 14, 2021 | Behavioral Medicine, Primary Care, Community, Wellness

With the ongoing pandemic, some people find themselves pouring a glass of wine or opening a beer more often than usual. On top of that, holiday meals and gatherings — even small, COVID-safe celebrations with your immediate family — often include alcoholic drinks. Whether you’re thinking about a special meal or your regular routine, you may be wondering if your drinking patterns are impacting your overall well-being.   

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3 Nutrition Fundamentals You Need in Flu Season and Beyond

November 11, 2021 | Wellness, Primary Care

If you’re like most Americans, healthier eating and general wellness habits like exercise and adequate sleep are things you commit (and recommit!) to periodically or around the New Year. Sometimes it’s difficult to stick with healthy habits, but it’s often hard simply to get started because diet fads and advice are everywhere and often offer conflicting or confusing information.

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Mammograms: A Guide to When, Why, and Types of Technology

October 7, 2021 | Primary Care, Wellness, Awareness (Week/Month)

Each October, pink ribbons appear on everything from coffee cups to sports team uniforms. For many, the familiar symbol of Breast Cancer Awareness Month brings to mind a friend or loved one who has or had breast cancer. The pink ribbon also prompts women to think about breast cancer screening for themselves — a thought that often leads to questions and confusion. 

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A Guide to North Carolina School Vaccine Requirements

August 20, 2021 | Family Medicine, Wellness, Vaccines, Primary Care

As a new school year gets underway, it’s important for parents to follow the recommended N.C. Department of Health and Human Services vaccination schedule for children.

In order to be fully protected from vaccine-preventable diseases, many of which can be life-threatening, children should receive all age-appropriate immunizations. Almost all daycare centers, schools, and colleges across the country and right here in the Triad area require proof of vaccinations before enrolling new students.

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COVID or Allergies? Get the Help You Need Today

April 29, 2021 | Family Medicine, Wellness, Community, Primary Care

Those of us who are prone to allergies are probably already dreading this time of year as the pollen counts skyrocket here in the Triad. If you or a loved one suddenly develop some congestion, runny nose, or other symptoms you might be concerned about COVID-19. 

Learn which symptoms can overlap seasonal allergies and COVID-19 infections, and do not wait to consult with your doctor. LeBauer HealthCare offers video visits and consultations, at all of our locations in Greensboro, High Point, Burlington, and more to help you get the testing or treatment you need. 

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Treatment for Parkinson’s Patients Near Greensboro

April 27, 2021 | Awareness (Week/Month), Primary Care, Neurology

Whether you or a loved one has been living with a Parkinson’s diagnosis for years or you are just exploring treatment for Parkinson’s in the Triad region, it can be difficult to find the best combination of care options. The good news is that patients and families living with Parkinson’s disease in the Greensboro area have a wide range of support services through the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program organized by Cone Health and LeBauer HealthCare. 

You are not alone and we can help you find the care you or a family member needs today! Read about classes for exercise or art, support groups, and more that are available through The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program and then get in touch with our Neurology team. We would like to connect you with more resources and support, schedule a consultation, or discuss ways you can cope with a movement disorder diagnosis. 

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7 Concussion Signs to Look for After a Fall

April 7, 2021 | Sports Medicine

What do you think of when you hear the word concussion? Football players colliding or a soccer ball hitting the head of a teen? While many people associate these injuries with athletes, anyone who hits their head can suffer from a concussion. 

The most common cause of concussions is a slip or a fall. In fact, among people 65 and older, nearly 80% of emergency department visits for head injuries happen due to a fall. They can also be caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head. Head injuries can happen during car accidents or if something falls on you at your job or while working around the house. 

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