If you are like most people, you probably added a pound or two over the holidays. The new year is the perfect time to focus on eating healthier. The following are a few tricks and healthy recipe ideas from FastMed to help get you started. What are Some Tips for Getting Started? Before trying to…Read More
Human papillomaviruses (HPV) are a group of hundreds of related viruses that can cause everything from common warts to genital warts and certain cancers. What Are the Different Types of HPV Infections? The majority of HPV infections are relatively minor and cause warts on the fingers, hands,…Read More
If you have given up on making New Year's resolutions because you have tried and failed in the past, we encourage you to reconsider for 2020. Making even one or two good New Year's resolutions can pay off in a major way. What Is the Most Common New Year Resolution? Approximately 60% of…Read More
The last thing anyone wants is to have their December holidays derailed by an unexpected injury. The following looks at how to prevent common holiday injuries and which common injuries can be treated at an urgent care vs emergency room. What Are the Most Common Injuries During the December…Read More
From increased demands on time and finances to Uncle Joe insisting on discussing politics at the family dinner, the holidays can be filled with stress and anxiety. The following stress reducers will help you maintain your joy this holiday season. What Are Some Ways to Relieve Stress Caused by…Read More
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