Is urgent care expensive, or is this revolutionary medical service a more affordable alternative to the emergency room? Find out in this guide to the costs of urgent care.
You need to be aware of the air quality outside at all times to protect yourself against health risks. While it’s easy to forget about the omnipresent air we breathe every day, the airborne smoke produced by California wildfires endangers residents almost every year.
When should you go to urgent care, and when might it be more appropriate to go to the emergency room or to your regular family doctor?
With homelessness and its associated diseases surging in Los Angeles, policymakers must find a way to humanely make health care available
As more and more Americans are waking up to just how truly broken our health care system is, doctors are beginning to widely adopt a transparent cash pricing model like the one Urgent 9 has been using for years.
With so much misinformation floating around regarding head injuries, Dr. Momjian sets the record straight about the risk of concussions, TBIs, and more.
A new study suggests that teenagers who get less than the recommended amount of sleep also tend to engage in other risky or self-harming behavior.
Problems with healthcare and medical billing in the US continue to mount, as a new study indicates that as many as 80% of hospital bills may have errors.
If you're new to being a vegetarian, don't pat yourself on the back too quickly for being healthy. Plenty of junk food is vegetarian (and even vegan)!
The internet and social media are full of bad ideas and fads surrounding common household items. The latest? Trying to get high on the spice nutmeg.
Americans eat way too much salt, and it's taking years off our lives. So what is a 'salt detox,' and why are people having trouble cutting out sodium?
Start being extra kind to your waiters, cashiers, and retail assistants. A new study finds that working in the service industry increases depression risk.
Summer's almost over, but that doesn't mean you can't still drop a few pounds during beach season. Follow these tried and true methods to get quick results!
More and more, researchers are starting to believe that the food and drink you put in your body can directly affect mental health issues like anxiety.
Flip-flops feel good in hot weather, but they weren't exactly designed with foot health in mind. Are you doing permanent foot damage by wearing them?
Sticking with one main primary care doctor doesn't just make good financial sense -- according to a new study, it might actually reduce risk of early death.
With LA's intense heat, many of us are headed to the pool or ocean to cool off. Make sure you know how to stay safe when hitting the water this summer!
Sometimes, a dream is so potent and memorable that it can leave us reeling long after we've woken from sleep. So, what exactly causes vivid dreams?
High cholesterol is a condition that affects many of us. Learn how to manage your cholesterol effectively so that it doesn't run your life or ruin your fun.
'Self care' is showing up in more and more publications lately, as people are re-discovering the importance of taking time out just for themselves.
It's not your imagination: for depression sufferers, the symptoms can feel even worse at once the sun goes down. Learn what to look for and how to cope.
There is strong evidence to suggest that as many as 1 in 3 early deaths could be avoided if everyone on the planet were a vegetarian. But is that realistic?
The latest product scam making the rounds is the so-called "sunscreen pill" -- and the FDA isn't too happy about the dangerous claims being made about it.
You've heard the clip: what's being said, Laurel or Yanny? Here's the science behind why two people can hear two different words from the same recording.
For a while, researchers have understood melatonin to be a hormone that promotes sleep. Now, new findings are finally beginning to explain how melatonin truly works.
The way we financially access healthcare in America is totally upside down, as evidenced by the many whose credit is ruined due to outrageous medical bills.
Have you heard of Juul? If you have a middle school or high school-aged kid, chances are that they have, and that they know friends already addicted to it.
An entirely new class of migraine relief drugs is likely to be approved by the FDA soon -- and that's a huge relief for the millions afflicted by them.
Are you a 'night owl' who likes to stay up late on a regular basis? You may be working against your body and potentially even shortening your lifespan.
A new study shows that telemedicine is just as effective as in-person exams for detecting blindness in premature babies. Here's why this is such a big deal.
Your bathroom is a frequently visited place in your home, and that makes it host to a variety of dangers that you might not have realized were there.
Mistreated lower back pain isn't just a source of chronic irritation for sufferers: it's also adding fire to the country's already blazing opioid epidemic.
A new study confirms what Crohn's Disease sufferers already knew anecdotally: the artificial sweetener sucralose (Splenda) worsens their symptoms. Here's what you should know.
A new study out of the University of Colorado shows the surprising benefits of touch when your partner is in pain or needs empathy.
You might have heard that you're supposed to take an aspirin every day, but the reality is that daily aspirin has both benefits and risks.
Anti-depressant medications have some degree of stigma, with people claiming they don't work or that they numb the senses. But for many people, they're a lifesaver: and a new published study seems to confirm that they indeed work.
Aetna is under investigation for remarks made under oath by its former medical director, as he admits he denied care without reviewing medical records.
The CMA is calling for an investigation of Anthem Blue Cross after the company quietly pulls coverage for intravenous anesthesia during cataract surgery, calling it "unnecessary".
Taking a vacation once in a while is key to staying in good health, both mentally and physically. Yet, not enough Americans make taking a break a priority.
Many people participate in "Dry January" to try and reduce their overall alcohol consumption. But does it really work? A new study has answers.
Important news for anyone who plays sports: a new study suggests that repeated hits to the head likely cause CTE, whether a concussion was involved or not.
A new, misguided fad is luring some people into drinking so-called "raw" water. Find out why this is dangerous and a terrible idea for your health.
Looking for a health-related new year's resolution? Consider trying to stay more hydrated in 2018 for even better health outcomes.
Cosmetic skin fillers like Botox are more popular than ever -- especially in Los Angeles. But are the products and the process safe?
Lupus has been around for centuries, but only now are we beginning to understand the depth of this invisible inflammatory disorder.
A new study finds that polluted or bad air quality can spoil the benefits of exercise. Here's what you need to know.
Finding it tough to get back to the real world after a fun vacation with family and friends? You're not the only one, and you're not imagining things.
Today, Dr. Momjian appeared on NBC 4 in Southern California to discuss an outbreak of Legionnaire's Disease that appears to have originated in Anaheim at Disneyland.
Blaming the problems in American healthcare solely on issues of coverage is missing the point. Costs of healthcare services have spiraled out of control.
California is experiencing one of its largest and most serious outbreaks of Hepatitis A since the vaccine was developed decades ago.
A bombshell report by CNN may have uncovered massive and dangerous over-prescription of a drug on the senior citizen population for financial gain.
Headaches are one of the most common afflictions for adults across the world. Learn about which type is which to determine the best treatment.
In an effort to stem America's opioid emergency, pharmacy giant CVS has announced it will limit opioid prescriptions to 7 days.
Fall is upon us, and the annual pumpkin spice cravings are kicking in. So why do we love pumpkin spice so much? Well, it might actually be addictive.
A new study published this week finds a surprising indicator of blood clot risk: your height. Here's what you should know.
There are so many mixed messages regarding whether peanut butter is healthy or not. Crunchy or creamy, it's time to get the scoop on peanut butter health.
You've felt it. The energy drink industry is banking on it. So what is the dreaded "2pm feeling", and how can you fight back?
This Saturday, enter the Glendale Poker Classic to support the brave men and women of Glendale Fire. Even if you don't want to play, join us for dinner and the McGregor/Mayweather fight!
A shocking and dangerous trend is sweeping through Los Angeles schools: kids daring each other to drink boiling hot water.
A new study suggests that Vitamin B3 can have some tremendously beneficial effects on pregnant women and their unborn children.
Every year, children needlessly perish from being left in hot cars by the person responsible for them. And unfortunately, it's happening in record numbers.
A somewhat rare disorder known as rhabdomyolysis is being observed in increasing numbers across the country, and overly intense workouts are to blame.
One third of Americans aren't sleeping as much as their bodies require. Another 50-70 million have an actual sleep disorder. The consequences might be dire.
An incredible new cancer drug uses gene therapy to give a second chance to cancer patients whose first line of treatment failed. It's the first gene therapy drug ever to hit the market.
Opana ER, a powerful opioid that's twice as strong as OxyContin, has been pulled from the market at the request of the FDA.
Wondering if a food coma (drowsiness after a big meal) is real or a figment of your imagination? There's a scientific explanation for post-meal fatigue.
18 million Americans are estimated to have sleep apnea; even beloved actress Carrie Fisher's autopsy listed sleep apnea as a contributing factor. If you have it, you need to treat it -- now.
A new study shows that consumption of fried potatoes (particularly french fries) increases our mortality risk by a shocking amount.
Moderate drinking has a complicated effect on the body. In some ways, it can be helpful, but it also may have a long-term negative effect on your brain.
As nutritional trends have changed, society has flirted with the idea of having many "mini-meals" each day instead of 3 big ones. But is that really better?
Compression tights and shorts are a hot ticket in the sports apparel world right now. But do they actually enhance your exercise? A new study takes a look.
8 in 10 Americans are confused about healthy foods -- specifically, what the definition of "healthy" is. Mixed messages abound, so what should we be eating?
Everyone has Q-Tips in their bathroom, but are they safe to clean your ears? Dr. Momjian appeared on ABC News to discuss ear injury potential with Q-Tips.
Intermittent fasting has arisen as a popular alternative to calorie restriction in dieters seeking to lose weight. But what is it exactly, and does it work?
A recent poll indicates that Alzheimer's Disease is the illness most feared by Americans. But is that trepidation justified?
The American Heart Association has revealed new data that potentially ties diet soda to increased stroke and dementia risk. Here's what you should know.
A London university studied whether so much time spent staring at our touchscreens is ruining our ability to sleep deeply and easily.
A new study suggests a daily, low dose of aspirin could significantly reduce your risk of death from cancer... if the aspirin use is long-term.
The FDA has approved a landmark, first-ever treatment for severe, Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis.
A new study suggests high intensity interval training may slow the aging process, thanks to its protein boosting effects.
Remember the heavy rainfall we got this winter? One result of that to keep an eye on is a rise in mosquitos and other insects in the spring.
In the United States, spending on healthcare is growing -- and outpacing both Medicare and Medicaid.
Google's DeepMind AI has the potential to leverage Bitcoin technology to track patient data as it develops and revolutionize patient care forever.
George Michael's death shows us that Cardiomyopathy and myocarditis are heart problems that can be "silent killers" - issues that occur in otherwise seemingly healthy individuals.
A new study of life expectancy in developed nations yields a surprising finding about how long we can expect to live in the future.
Prince was a beloved international musician and artist who passed too soon. However, we can learn certain things by investigating the manner in which he died.
The American Heart Association is suggesting that the time of day you eat may be almost as important as what you eat when it comes to preventing strokes and heart disease.
It's getting harder to tell the difference between fake health news and the real thing. Learn how to distinguish fact from reality.
The recent death of actor and author Carrie Fisher from a health incident while flying illustrates the danger that long plane rides can pose.
Is organic food really healthier? A new study published by Pew Research sheds some light on Americans' attitudes towards organic foods.
Interoperability is a buzz word in the healthcare policy arena: a hypothetical world where all patients’ records are data enriched and interconnected.
Dietary supplements are a $30 billion per year industry. It seems like Americans can't get enough of their supplements, but do they actually make an impact?
The Republican Party has been a vocal opponent of the Affordable Care Act. So, what can we expect in regards to the ACA under a Trump presidency?
When the health insurance exchanges open soon, many people will have sticker shock at the confirmed 25% increase in premium prices for many plans. This week, Dr. Momjian tells us more.
On Friday, Dr. Momjian was on ABC's Good Morning America as the physician expert discussing the recent case of a model who died after a chiropractor visit.
Flu season is once again upon us here in Los Angeles. Here's what you need to know in order to keep you and your family healthy and flu-free.
In a stunning reversal of their decision after significant public and scientific outcry, the DEA has opted not to ban the kratom plant after all.
Bill Clinton's recent pointed remarks about Obamacare serve to highlight the ways in which this legislation is harming our society. Dr. Momjian weighs in.
Did you miss Urgent 9 founder Dr. Momjian's talk "The Future of Healthcare" at Glendale Tech Week? You can watch a condensed version of his lecture here!
Dr. Momjian was recently asked to lend his expert opinion about emergency rooms and urgent care centers to an article in Glendale Hills Living Magazine.
Wearable health and fitness technology companies like Fitbit are booming -- but are these devices really helpful, or just a tech fashion statement? Find out why Dr. Momjian doesn't think these devices will stand up to the test of time.
IBM's Watson supercomputer can do a whole lot more than win at Jeopardy -- it's assisting hospitals in Asia with cancer treatment plans.
For decades, Americans made soda their drink of choice. However, the tides of health are changing, and water has reclaimed the #1 spot.
The FDA is implementing a "black box" requirement on opioids and anti-anxiety medications underscoring the potential danger in combining the two drugs.
Millions of Americans travel each year for work and pleasure. But are you harming your body when you take a trip?
A recent study by the Cleveland Clinic revealed some surprising numbers - over half of men don't even want to discuss their health.
Climate change affects life on this planet in so many ways, but researchers are now understanding the ability it has to spread vector-borne disease.
A new study out of Harvard takes on the lighter side of health sciences, investigating the impact of the dreaded party foul known as "double dipping!"
It's no secret that green tea is good for you, but recent studies suggest it might be even more beneficial than previously thought. The secret? A compound called EGCG.
If you are looking for ways to stop sport injuries from happening in the first place, there are measures you can take to help protect yourself.
Is there anything worse than having to go to a doctor’s office when you are sick? Wouldn’t it be nice to receive the care you need from the comfort of your own home? With telemedicine from Urgent 9, you can access high quality healthcare from the comfort and privacy of your own home.
This past weekend, many people took the time to celebrate their mom on Mother's Day. This holiday, devoted to caretakers and those who are always there when needed, is also a time to consider mom's health and ask if she needs any help with her healthcare.
A vacation is supposed to be that special time when you get away from your troubles, relax, take your mind off your day-to-day stressors, right? So why is it that so many of us have a hard time sleeping during our well-deserved vacations?
Probiotics can be found in grocery stores, health food stores and pharmacies. Not only are there probiotic supplements, probiotics can also be found in yogurt, granola bars and cereal. They are great for both your digestive health and overall health. Probiotics in supplements and foods are very similar to the ones that are in the digestive tract.
Since your skin is your body's largest organ it can provide a variety of clues about your overall health. For example, rashes, bumps, discoloration, and so many more variables can be signs of health problems.
Urgent 9 always works to provide the best urgent care services in Glendale, CA and the surrounding areas. We are proud to say that our imaging center is CT accredited, which is another step in making sure you get the best care possible. With our imaging center, we perform CT scans, X-rays and ultrasounds to take the best care of you.
You probably heard of the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare. In the below article from Glendale Hills Living Magazine, Dr. Momjian discusses the specifics of Obamacare that the general public may not be aware of today.
Millions of Americans struggle with addiction every year, most often to alcohol or illicit drugs. For those suffering through this, it may be difficult to know when or how to stop. Most people need help to solve their alcohol or drug addiction, but how do you get started? Read on to find out.
Urgent 9 - Urgent Care Center was selected as one of the Top 20 Family Medicine offices in Glendale. In case you’re unfamiliar with Opencare’s ranking, it’s an annual review that evaluates over 86 Family Medicine offices in Glendale, based on patient reviews from Yelp, Google, RateMDs, Yellow Pages, Opencare and many other review sites. We want to make it effortless for patients to find out who the best clinics in Glendale are.
Everyone has had trouble sleeping at some point in their life. When the problem is chronic, it can impact your quality of life and overall health. The following looks at some of the most common sleep disorders that could be leaving you feeling groggy and run down.
The aches and pains of arthritis can wreak havoc on one's life. Fortunately, there are many steps you can take to get some relief from arthritis, so you can start feeling better. Below are some methods of keeping your arthritis under control:
Many people think that we, as humans, only use 10% of our brain on a daily basis. Everyone has his or her theory of what this actually means, but bottom line is, you want to make sure your brain is functioning the best way possible. After all, we could argue that it is the most important organ in your body.
With new green leaves, spring flowers and warmer weather, spring is a wonderful time of the year. However, for many allergy sufferers, it is the start of misery - runny noses, sore throats, itchy eyes and hay fever.
Medical error statistics are shocking. It is estimated that nearly 440,000 people die each year due to medical errors. This means that medical errors are the third-leading cause of death. The good news is that there are steps patients can take to prevent medical errors. Below is a list of tips that will help:
When many people think of a beverage with numerous health benefits, tea is usually the first thing that comes to mind. However, a significant number of people greatly prefer their morning cup of coffee over tea, and some may wonder if that choice is doing them more harm than good.
High blood pressure, also called hypertension, can be a serious health risk that can predispose individuals to blood clots, heart disease and strokes. It occurs when too much force creates pressure on the flexible walls of blood vessels.
A migraine is a sharp, or severe painful headache that is as a result of specific changes within the brain. It is accompanied by sensory warning signs such as flashes of light, tingling in arms and legs, some blind spots, nausea, vomiting and increased sensitivity to light and sound.
2016: A fresh start. Don't we all tend look ahead and dream of a future self: a fitter, leaner, healthier future-self? A new year can sometimes be enough of a reason to spur us on, giving us energy to accomplish new and daunting tasks.
If you are pregnant, you are probably concerned about the health of your unborn child. As you know, the foods you eat during pregnancy can directly affect the health of your baby.
Dr. Manuel Momjian sits down with ABC 7 Eyewitness News to discuss Norovirus Outbreak. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) each year roughly 19 to 21 million cases are related to acute gastroenteritis, which is a fancy word for inflammation of the stomach, intestines or both.
As a patient, you may wonder what nails can tell you about your health and why your doctor pays attention to them during the physical exam. Physicians frequently look at fingernails to obtain insight into a patient’s health. Analyzing the appearance of the fingernails serves two primary purposes.
Feeling sick after eating? These symptoms can be due to food poisoning, Norovirus (Winter vomiting bug), food intolerance, or other health conditions. If you ever experience any of the following, you probably just want the symptoms to go away so you can get on with life.
In order to keep the body’s array of critical functions running properly and promote good health, human beings need a healthy dose of vitamins. These naturally occurring nutrients are only needed in small quantities, but deficiencies can lead to various diseases (i.e. scurvy and rickets) and prevent the body from operating optimally.
The Blood Type Diet, created by Peter J. D’Adamo, bases the idea that eating a diet based on each person’s blood type can make them healthier and lose weight. D’Adamo asserts that the body will digest food at a better rate and help prevent disease and boost energy if an individual only eats foods that will react well to their blood type chemically.
As you consider speaking with your physician about hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to bring out a more youthful side of yourself, please understand the risks and benefits associated with this therapy before making such a decision.
Many studies have indicated that smoking is the single most important factor in the development of a number of different medical conditions, including congestive pulmonary obstruction disorder, lung cancer, heart disease, stroke and vein blockages.
Those who live in a city that is polluted and has poor air quality are more prone to suffering from various health conditions or ailments. As an urgent care clinic located in Los Angeles county (Glendale, CA) we understand how precious air quality is.
In the health food world, it's been known for some time that honey is not just good for bears. Recently, however, honey has become increasingly popular and is getting widespread attention for its health benefits.
While it is common for almost all men and women to refrain from going to the hospital for routine checkups, it is known that men seem to follow this pattern more than women.
Diabetes isn't something that goes away; it's something you must live with and learn to manage. If your blood sugar isn't under control, it affects every cell in your body. Your risks of heart disease, kidney failure, eye problems, nerve damage, infections and dental disease all increase. The first step in managing the condition is to educate yourself.
The 6th Annual Glendale Health Festival is continuing its mission to build a healthier community on Saturday, November 7, 2015, at the Civic Auditorium from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The WHO, World Health Organization, announced that processed meats, bacon, and sausage equally contribute to cancer just as much as asbestos and cigarettes. A recently released report states that read meat and processed meats are linked to cancer.
More people are becoming curious about the potential health benefits of natural herbs and other supplements. As covered by Urgent 9 in a recent post about spirulina, people are turning to this powerful algae to help relieve the symptoms of chronic illnesses.
Many people are aware that changes in weather can lead to a general feeling of sickness. Some people are known to experience a headache or to feel dizzy when a tornado or a hurricane is approaching.
Spirulina is a multi-faceted and organically made herb that promotes health and wellness to individuals looking for a natural alternative to supplements that provide vitamins and protein. The benefits of Spirulina are plentiful, and especially accommodate for vitamin deficiencies and vegetarian applications.
Dr. Momjian appeared on ABC 7 News in Los Angeles to discuss a recent study showing opportunistic organisms growing on shower heads as well as sports related dehydration.
The Glendale Health Festival is a yearly screening and educational event which is free to the community. Screenings include PAP smear, Mammogram, Cholesterol, Blood Sugar, Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), and Blood Pressure testing.
Urgent 9 is one clinic within a limited pool of family medical practices in southern California that hosts its own imaging center, comprised of the latest advancements in low radiation technology. Thanks to this immediate access to crucial examinations, such as CT, X-ray, and Ultrasound, our physicians are able to provide urgent care at an affordable and accelerated pace.
The short stay observation unit is your best choice for an alternative to traditional inpatient services, because it provides the provisions necessary for those with short expected hospital stays. This provides more space and resources available for you and your loved ones when you need extensive service.
Flu season is once again upon us. At Urgent 9 - Urgent Care and Imaging Center, we want you to be prepared for the 2015-2016 flu season. So, here's what you need to know about the flu for the upcoming season.
Every kid should start the day with a healthy breakfast. If they skip it, they'll have to catchup nutrition-wise throughout the rest of the day, which isn't as easy as it sounds.
Unfortunately, yeast infections are extremely common. When you think of the word "infection," do you picture bacteria? When you think of "yeast..." Actually
Anyone can have high cholesterol. The old and the young can have it and both obese and skinny people can have it.
Many conditions that afflict the elderly can be treated through diet and exercise. But these cornerstone practices need to be balanced with proper rest, sleep, stress management, and social activities.
Getting the most out of fitness membership is tough in a world where everything tugs at people's time. Only 24 hours are available each day, and most of those hours get sucked up by work and family requirements.
Nobody enjoys a cold or the flu, and most of us will spend hours searching for the most effective remedies.
A lot of the changes in our lives happen beyond our control, but our health shouldn't be one of them. We easily fall into the false perception that creating a healthy body is difficult or even impossible.
Summer is the time for camping, the beach, road trips and other kinds of outdoor fun. Unfortunately, the heat and high humidity can promote the development of fungal infections.
Health insurance premiums are deductible in 2015 if you are accounting for your premiums properly. All health insurance plans have different premium payment schemes, and you must document how your premiums are paid.
The body is home to 500 distinct types of microorganisms that greatly influence health. Trillions of bacteria reside in individual bowels, most of which are classified as beneficial.
The SC Physician Group is proud to announce our latest cutting-edge medical tool for providing our patients with the highest possible levels of care
Over the last 20 years, advancements in the field of medicine have been phenomenal. The ability to not only diagnose, but also to cure illnesses that at one point would have killed many people
Calling in sick to work was never meant to be a crime. The day that every tickle in the throat, sneeze and tummy ache became a reason to skip work is the day that it became an excuse, rather than a necessity.
Energy drinks have been around for a long time, in one form or another. Today, however, they are as easily found in every convenience store and many vending machines, much like soda and coffee.
As spring approaches, seasonal allergies start acting up. Every spring, millions of people suffer from allergy symptoms. If you suffer from seasonal allergies, here are seven things you can do to minimize your allergy symptoms.
Heart disease is the top killer of Americans, and many people are wondering what they can do to cut their risk of developing it.
Even though soda is one of the most popular drinks in our nation, its consumption is also linked to significant health risks even at the rate of one soda a day.
Using alternating heat and cold is a great way to manage pain and reduce inflammation, but knowing which to use can get confusing.
One of the most common bugs that quickly travels during certain times of the year is the stomach flu, which is known to cause a long list of symptoms that include the fever, chills, and vomiting.
When you make the decision to lose weight, you probably think that counting calories and increasing your daily exercise is all you need to worry about.
When you want to reset your internal clock, you can follow the ten steps listed below. These steps are going to help you make a change in your life that is going to help you sleep better.
Depression affects one in 10 Americans, with sufferers experiencing persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness and worthlessness.
Of all the organs in the human body, the heart is without a doubt the hardest worker. Beating an average of 72 times per minute, it’s responsible for pumping 2,000 gallons or more of blood through the body each day.
There’s a new study out, and it indicates that high sodium may be responsible for headaches. This study was spearheaded by Dr. Lawrence Appel, who is the director of the Welch Center at Johns Hopkins.
Surveys indicate that almost one-half of all coffee drinkers would give up their cell phone rather than go without coffee for a month.
A sluggish immune system is hazardous to your health and well-being. It not only makes cold, allergies and the flu more likely to occur.
Thanksgiving is almost here to kick off the holiday season, distort our impulse control, and wreak havoc on our waistlines. Whether you're preparing the meal for the masses or a lucky guest at someone else's table.
Every parent wants to know how kids can eat healthier. Some kids would subsist purely on pizza and chicken nuggets if they could. Parents, however, know the importance of good nutrition. We should all aim to strike a balance by eating at least five fruits and veggies a day. Getting these nutritious foods into your kids can be a different story.
If you suffer from migraine headaches, you know how debilitating they can be. As such, you may benefit a great deal from knowing the various migraine treatment options available these days. Although you can use drugs to alleviate your pain, there are also many natural options.
Fall is a great time for pumpkins! Your local coffee shop, ice cream parlor and donut store offer pumpkin flavored varieties in the fall, although consuming something flavored with
Especially after Liberian citizen Thomas Duncan died of Ebola while in the U.S., the country has been abuzz with fear that the deadly virus could sweep through the nation
The physical fitness and the lessons of teamwork are bonuses gained by playing school sports. Over 38 million children in America are involved in team sports. The risk of being hurt is always a possibility.
With so many "miracle" weight loss solutions being advertised on television, on the Internet, or in magazines, you'd think that the obesity epidemic would have been eradicated years ago.
Ask anyone what will make them happy and they can come up with a few dozen instances that will turn their life around and create happiness.
As a doctor I see many patients with different health concerns on a consistent basis. Typically my consultation goes something like this.
Unfortunately, there is no cure for the common cold of the flu, and for many of us these are annual occurrences.
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Dr. Momjian was raised in the Central San Joaquin Valley of California.
SC Physician group doctors are all board certified in Family Medicine, which means that they all provides continuing, comprehensive health care for the individual and family across all ages
Urgent 9 Urgent Care Glendale Clinic is staffed by board-certified family medicine physicians who are skilled in the treatment of non-life-threatening injuries and illnesses.
Colds are often referred to as mere annoyances, something unavoidable that you'll likely encounter at least a few times a year. However, a severe cold can be incapacitating, keeping you out of commission for a few days.
The holidays are upon us, and somehow we always manage to get sick right before the big day, requiring copious amounts of cold medicine to make it through awake and relatively functioning.
Urgent care is one of the fastest growing subsections of the health care industry, and it’s popularly is largely due to the average patient’s need for fast and affordable care in situations where an appointment isn"t possible.
When medical attention is needed immediately, the automatic response for many is to head to the closest ER; however, that may not always be the best solution.
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The Whooping cough vaccine (Tdap) at 50% off has now been extended to the end of December 2011
Back by popular demand, Urgent 9, Urgent Care Center will be administering Flu shots for the 2011-2012
A new law requires LA county school district to mandate immunization of all 7th through 12th grade students with the Whooping cough vaccine (Tdap) before starting classes this fall.