Tagged Posts: "Primary Care" (29)

Decaf or Regular? The Complex Relationship Between Caffeine and Health

Espresso. Lattes. Tea. Energy Drinks. Do you have a go-to for that extra jolt when you’re feeling sluggish? Family medicine specialist Dr. Ben Smith talks about the importance of self-awareness and moderation with your favorite caffeine pick-me-up. Read More

Posted May 01, 2024 | With Benjamin P. Smith, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Family Medicine
Medicine Cabinet Makeover

Ready for some spring cleaning? Don’t forget your medicine cabinet! Primary care physician Dr. Jordan Ryan shares the essentials you should always keep on hand and options for getting rid of old prescription medicines you no longer take. Read More

Posted April 15, 2024 | With Jordan Ryan, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
Clear Mind, Healthy Body: The Positive Impacts of Dry January

More and more people are choosing to kick off the New Year with Dry January. From better sleep to better mood, primary care physician Dr. Andrew Gantzer shares the changes to watch for during a four-week break from alcohol. Read More

Posted January 05, 2024 | With Andrew Gantzer, DO, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
24/7 Video Visits - Care When and Where You Need It

A busy schedule can make it tough to get to the doctor when you need to. 24/7 Video Visits make it possible to receive the care you need, when you need it, no matter the hour. Read More

Posted October 15, 2023 | With Denae Butler, CNP with The Christ Hospital Health Network
Urine Trouble! Are You Getting Good Hydration?

Are you missing your body’s warning signs that you aren’t getting enough fluids during the day? Family Medicine specialist Dr. Shelby Gardner shares what counts as water intake and the dangers of not getting your daily fill. Read More

Posted July 12, 2023 | With Shelby Gardner, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
Low Testosterone: What Men Should Know About Their Levels and Their Health

Some of the symptoms and problems caused by low testosterone may surprise you. And the leading "boosters" may not do what you think. Family medicine specialist Dr. Bryan Grove explains why men should talk to their doctor. Read More

Posted June 06, 2023 | With Bryan Grove, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
It's Never too Late to Make Your Health a Priority

Finding a new doctor can be overwhelming. But for young adults approaching 30, it's an important part of taking control of your own health. Read More

Posted February 10, 2023 | By Anna, B-105 radio personality, and Christian E. Gausvik, Jr., MD, with The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
How to Survive the Winter Blues

When those gray, winter days settle on Greater Cincinnati, it’s easy to fall into a bit of a funk. B-105’s Anna talks with family medicine specialist Shelby Gardner, MD, to get some advice on kicking those “Winter Blues.” Read More

Posted January 09, 2023 | By Anna, B-105 radio personality, and Shelby Gardner, MD, with The Christ Hospital Physicians - Primary Care
Understanding How COVID-19 Affects Your Lungs

COVID-19 can have a lasting impact on your lungs. B105's Chelsie talks to pulmonology specialist Dr. Vishal Jivan about how long the effects can last and returning to normal activity. Read More

Posted November 24, 2022 | By Chelsie, B105 radio personality, and Vishal Jivan, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Pulmonary Medicine
Flu Shots and COVID-19 Boosters: What You Need to Know Heading into Winter

Winter brings a range of seasonal illnesses our way. Infectious disease specialist Dr. Thomas Lamarre shares new guidance on COVID boosters and why everyone should consider getting a flu shot before peak flu season hits. Read More

Posted October 08, 2022 | With Thomas Lamarre, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Infectious Diseases
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