• seasonal depression erlanger
    Do you have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)?
    January 20, 2023
    Erlanger News, Men's Health, Regain Health, Stay Well, Women's Health
    If you feel down for several days and seem to be losing pleasure in life, you may be experiencing seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a cyclical (comes in cycles) condition that can cause severe changes in behavior and mood. What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Most often times people can feel down or...
  • hot spots for germs
    Hot spots for germs when you have kids
    January 6, 2023
    Child & Family Health, Stay Well
    Any parent knows that having a child inevitably involves messes. But having kids in the household can also make your home a haven for germs! In the middle of cold and flu season, it can seem like germs are everywhere. And in fact, if surfaces in your home, at work,...
  • winter car seat safety
    The 411 on car seat safety in the winter
    December 22, 2022
    Child & Family Health, Stay Well
    You’ve installed the car seat according to manufacturer’s instructions and know how to perfectly latch your little one in the seat. But did you know you could be making your child less safe by doing one common thing? Winter can be tricky for children in car seats. When it’s cold...
  • GERD
    What’s the word on GERD?
    November 23, 2022
    Regain Health, Stay Well
    Maybe you’ve heard of GERD. But do you really know what it is and how it affects the body? Many people think that GERD is just another name for heartburn. But that’s not the case. While heartburn is one symptom of GERD, it isn’t the only one. Let’s back up...
  • Busting 5 common myths about vaping
    November 21, 2022
    Child & Family Health, Stay Well
    Vaping is often considered a “safer” alternative to cigarette smoking. But is it really? We’re breaking down some facts in this blog. Smoking is the single most preventable cause of death, killing 7 million people worldwide each year. Because of that, there has been much excitement and fanfare over what...
  • UTI in kids
    Kids & UTIs: What parents should know
    November 18, 2022
    Child & Family Health, Common Childhood Diseases, Stay Well
    We often think of UTIs as something that’s common among adults. And while that’s true, these infections can also occur in children. In fact, the American Urological Association reports that as many as eight in 100 girls (7%) and two in 100 boys (2%) will get a UTI at some...
  • 8 ways to fend off colds and flus this holiday season
    November 4, 2022
    Child & Family Health, Men's Health, Stay Well, Women's Health
    No matter how you're celebrating this year, nobody has time to be sick. Fortunately, you can take steps to help keep common cold weather illnesses away. First, let’s take a look at what makes colds and the flu more common during the winter than at other times of the year....
  • The relationship between mind and body
    October 11, 2022
    Behavioral Health, Regain Health, Stay Well
    The past few years have been some of toughest years ever on our mental well-being and some of us are still feeling the impact in a mental AND physical way. When you aren’t physically feeling well, your entire body is often affected. That makes sense, right? When one part...
  • 5 reasons why primary care is essential
    October 6, 2022
    Men's Health, Stay Well, Women's Health
    When was the last time you saw your primary care physician (PCP)? Do you see your doctor a couple of times a year, once a year – or even less frequently? As adults, we often lose sight of primary care because we’re short on time or we put the needs...
  • Back to school bugs: head lice
    September 26, 2022
    Child & Family Health, Stay Well
    National Pediculosis Prevention Month, September, was first designated in 1985 to promote early detection and the safest possible approaches to manage pediculosis, known medically as head lice. Lice may often be a factor in schools, but there are ways to prevent them from taking over the heads in your...
  • Celiac disease vs. gluten intolerance
    September 12, 2022
    Allergies, Child & Family Health, Regain Health, Stay Well
    September 13 is National Celiac Disease Awareness Day. In this article, Dr. Denton has provided insights on different aversions to gluten. There are some key differences between celiac disease and "gluten intolerance." Neither should be confused with a wheat allergy, but that will not be discussed here. Celiac disease is an...
  • Immunizations: not just a “kid thing”
    August 18, 2022
    Child & Family Health, Immunization, Stay Well
    When you think of immunizations, you may think of kids at the pediatrician’s office. But actually, adults need immunizations, too. So how do you know what immunizations (also known as vaccines) you need — and when? Each year, the CDC sets an immunization schedule for adults that is additionally reviewed and approved...