Do You Need a Second COVID-19 Booster?
Last month the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized a second booster dose for some Americans. Ever since then our primary care doctors in Delray Beach have been getting calls from our patients wondering whether they should get one. It
What Is Aphasia?
When superstar Bruce Willis announced last month that he was stepping away from acting due to aphasia, many people no doubt rushed to the dictionary to find out what it was. Even if they knew that aphasia is the inability
More Lingering Effects from COVID-19 Emerging
Our primary care doctors in Delray Beach are beginning to hear from some of our patients that they are still experiencing distressing symptoms after recovery from COVID-19. Some people are skeptical that there is such a thing as “long-haul COVID,”
All About Gout
There are many myths and misconceptions about the common condition known as gout. That’s why our primary care doctors want to take a look at gout, and tell you how it’s treated, along with what steps you can take to
UTIs in Men, It Happens!
When former President Clinton was admitted to the hospital with what was described as a urinary tract infection (UTI), many people suspected it was a cover story for some other illness. That’s because women are far more likely than men to
Time’s Running Out to Switch Medicare Coverage
If you’re eligible for Medicare, our family practice doctors want you to know that you have until Dec. 7 to enroll or to make changes to your existing coverage. This is the so-called Open Enrollment Period, in which you pay
Yes, It’s Safe—and Important—to Receive Routine Medical Care
Our primary care doctors in Delray Beach hoped that by now the coronavirus pandemic would be largely behind us. The summer wave seems to be receding, but we’re concerned that COVID-19 is keeping people from seeking care for non-coronavirus conditions. “There are
How to Cope with Dizziness
Our primary care doctors in Delray Beach know how disconcerting it can be when the world suddenly starts spinning out of control (vertigo). Or when it feels as if you’re on the deck of a boat in rough waters (dizziness).
Age-Related Memory Loss Is Not Inevitable
Of all the things that worry us about getting older is the possibility of dementia. When you lose your memories, does that mean you lose your identity? Unfortunately, it’s becoming more common. According to Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI), there were over
COVID-19 Vaccine Update
To our patients: We have received a number of inquiries from our patients about the new coronavirus vaccines. Our family practice doctors do not yet know when we will be receiving vaccines for distribution. Once we are notified by the Health Department