The National Sleep Foundation has designated this week National Sleep Awareness Week, to celebrate sleep health and encourage the public to prioritize sleep to improve their overall health and well-being.
You try to keep your family healthy in every way you can, including ensuring that the environment in your home is as clean as possible. But our concierge family practice doctors at MD 2.0 in Jupiter want to caution you that the cleaning products you may be using come with a host of possible dangers to your health and that of your family.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, along with the accompanying panic, face masks have been flying off the shelves. So maybe you think the best way to avoid catching it is to don a white mask.
If you’re one of the 36 million Americans who still smoke, you probably already know all the ways it can harm you. Tobacco use is still the single largest preventable cause of disease and premature death in the country. In 1977 the American Cancer Society began to sponsor the Great American Smokeout on the third Thursday of November to encourage Americans to quit.
Our concierge family doctors at MD 2.0 in Jupiter encounter many skin conditions in the course of treating our patients, but perhaps none is as frustrating as the common ailment known as eczema. Because this condition affects more than 30 million Americans, we’d like to explore the symptoms and triggers of this condition and explain how to treat it.
Stress is a part of life, and cortisol is one of the results of stress. You may have heard of cortisol, but not understand how too much of it can impact your health. So our concierge family doctors at MD 2.0 in Jupiter want to explain what it is, and offer ways to help control it.
It’s back-to-school time, and one thing you may not be prepared for is your child coming home from school with a lice infestation. If the very thought is making your skin crawl, our concierge family doctors at MD 2.0 in Jupiter want to assure you that, while head lice are annoying and distasteful, they are not dangerous.