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Primary Health Network - Integrated Healthcare, medical professionals examine patient scan

Understanding Integrated Healthcare

Integrated healthcare is a distinct approach to healthcare that is distinguished by close collaboration and communication among multiple doctors and healthcare professionals. In other words, it is a type of healthcare in which all of your doctors collaborate to solve physical, mental, and behavioral health issues. Each doctor and medical professional contributes to your overall…

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Primary Health Network - Tips on saving money at the grocery store. A hand holds a head of lettuce

Tips on Saving Money at the Grocery Store

Recent price changes have impacted American consumers. With inflation at its highest level in forty years, consumers are looking for ways to cut back on their grocery spending, especially since it feels like there is no end in sight to these price increases. Here are a few tips on how to shop during these times:…

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Primary Health Network - What to Eat Before Donating Blood, smoothie bowl with various fruits

What to Eat Before Donating Blood

Giving blood is a selfless act that benefits others. But, before and after you donate, prioritize your health by making wise food and beverage choices. Getting the right nutrients and staying hydrated can help you avoid fatigue and replenish a depleted blood supply more quickly. You should include iron-rich foods in your diet, such as…

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Summer Safety Tips

Summer Safety

Summer is a season for having fun in the sun, but you want to make sure that you and your family are as safe and healthy as possible. Heat stroke and food poisoning, drowning, allergic responses, heat-related illnesses, sunburns, and travel stress are all severe concerns that might accompany the warm summer days. It’s not…

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Primary Health Network - Building up your child's immune system. Boy sitting on leaf-covered stairs

Boosting your Child’s Immune System

As parents, our top priority is to keep our children safe from bumps, scrapes, and any illnesses or infections that can be avoided. Although scrapes and bruises are inevitable, it is critical for parents to instill positive habits in their children at a young age in order to aid in the immune system’s development. There…

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Getting a healthy start to your day - Primary Health Network with flowers in the background

Getting a Healthy Start to Your Day

Setting up a morning routine is a terrific method to restart your self-improvement and urge you to think about your days and life more thoughtfully. Over time, you will notice improvements and become happier. You can become happier, healthier, and more mentally healthy by changing your habits. Follow these tips for a great start: Drink…

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The Primary Health Network - Eating Tips for a Healthy Colon. Fruit plate with various fruits

Eating Tips for a Healthy Colon

According to the American Cancer Society, diets high in vegetables, fruits, and whole grains and low in red and processed meats have been linked to a lower risk of colon cancer. Follow these four dietary suggestions to help promote healthy colon health: Add plant-based foods to your diet. Eating a diet rich in whole grains,…

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Simple art showing a family and various vegetables with text "March is National Nutrition Month"

March is National Nutrition Month

Happy National Nutrition Month! With this year’s theme being “Celebrate a World of Flavors”, The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is inspiring us to experience different cultures through food. As a federally qualified community health center, we truly appreciate diversity and the uniqueness of others. So, help us celebrate National Nutrition Month by adding a…

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