Many adult children enjoy seeing their parents having the freedom to travel or pursue new hobbies in retirement. But maybe you’ve noticed your mom or dad slowing down as they age. Unfortunately, many parents experience more frequent health issues as time goes by. How do you know when it’s time to step in and offer some help when it comes to health care for an aging parent?Read More
Children and parents are breathing a sigh of relief as they welcome summer and say goodbye to the crunch of the school schedule. While you’re enjoying the extra time in your day, you’re also trying to avoid a household that’s glued to video games, social media, and TV. Summer is a great time for families to discover new fitness activities.
This brief guide to summer fitness fun will not only keep you and your family active and burning calories, but also allow you to spend time together.Read More
Americans spend a large part of their waking hours at work. Add in exercise, errands, and family time, and schedules quickly become frenzied. That’s why it’s important to find a primary care doctor located close to your home or work. When the main source of your medical care is nearby, you reduce stress and reap major benefits.Read More
Have you ever wondered what the secret is to staying healthy? According to Dr. Katherine Tabori, it’s simpler than you might think.
Dr. Tabori is a board-certified family medicine provider at LeBauer HealthCare’s new Summerfield location. She cares for the entire family, from newborns to grandparents, and enjoys building relationships with patients of all ages.
With a simple approach to health and wellness, Dr. Tabori comes alongside her patients as a partner, celebrating their success and supporting them through challenging seasons.Read More
Dr. Betty Jordan is now seeing patients at LeBauer HealthCare at Brassfield! Learn more about Dr. Jordan in this Q&A:
Q: What do you enjoy most about practicing medicine?
A: I enjoy the opportunity to work with people, patients and colleagues, and through teamwork endeavor toward achieving optimum medical outcomes that promote healthier and happier lives.
Fatigue is a feeling beyond temporary tiredness. Not only do you struggle to get up in the morning, you feel like it’s taking superhuman energy to get through your day-to-day tasks. Ongoing fatigue can be caused by a number of medical issues and lifestyle factors. Here’s a quick look at five of the more prevalent causes of fatigue.Read More
It’s natural to experience less energy as we age, but staying active both physically and mentally can have a big impact on our health. If you’ve hit your 50s, remember that maintaining an active pace now will pay off and keep you healthy into your 60s, 70s, and 80s. Try these six tips for staying healthy in your 50s and beyond.Read More
The thyroid produces two hormones, T3 and T4, that regulate metabolism throughout the body, affecting everything from your heart rate and body temperature to food digestion. Many patients with an underactive thyroid, known as hypothyroidism, struggle to find the right medication dosage. The trial and error involved in adjusting medications can leave a patient bouncing between two extremes: fatigue and sluggishness, or a shaky nervousness that leaves them wide awake at night.Read More
America is a sleep deprived country. But some of us are exhausted no matter how much sleep we get. In fact, more than 20 million Americans are estimated to have sleep apnea, a condition that leads to tiredness and sleepiness even after 8 hours of sleep.
What is more concerning is that only a fraction of those with sleep apnea have been diagnosed and treated. Discover the signs of sleep apnea and the serious health complications that can result from untreated sleep apnea.Read More
With 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.Read More