Should You Buy OTC Hearing Aids?
Approximately one out of every eight Americans ages 12 and older has some form of hearing loss. That number increases to 25 percent of those between the ages of 65 and 74, and to 50 percent from age 75 onward. Hearing
Because It’s Flu Season, It’s Also Flu Shot Season
Over the last two flu seasons, we saw almost no influenza in the U.S., largely due to the masking and social distancing the pandemic imposed on the world’s population. But since many of these protocols have unfortunately disappeared, our primary care
Dodging Hurricane Dangers—What You Need to Know
Technically, the Atlantic hurricane season concludes at the end of November, but given the effects of global warming, our primary care doctors in Delray Beach know that the old rules may be unreliable. So after seeing the heartbreaking images from Fort
The Pandemic Isn’t ‘Over’ Yet—Caution Still Makes Sense
With all due respect to our president, our primary care doctors in Delray Beach want our patients to know that the pandemic is not “over.” It might be more correct to say we are out of the emergency phase we
Is Tea the Magic Elixir for Health?
Is tea the second-most popular beverage in the world (after water) because it’s the cheapest? Or because it’s available in so many varieties? Or because tea drinkers instinctively know the many health benefits it provides? Our primary care doctors in Delray