Physicians: Tips for Increasing your Medical Practice Profits

With changes in medicine and the health insurance industry, it can be more and more challenging to make a profit as a primary care provider. That makes your practice marketing efforts all the more important. If you’re looking to expand your patient base and your...

What do Ticks Have to do With Red Meat Allergies?

Why are people who have been eating steak for decades suddenly developing an allergic reaction to red meat? That’s what doctors began asking themselves after a large number of people in the United States began complaining of meat allergies. To be sure, meat allergies...

I’m Scared to Send My Allergic Child to School

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, kids’ food allergies surged by 50 percent in the U.S. between 1997 and 2011. Peanut or tree nut allergies are reported to have tripled in that same time period. Today, an average of two children per school...

Summer Sneezing? It Could be Grass Allergy

Spring is well known for its barrage of pollens that leave allergy suffers sneezing, sniffling, wheezing, and scratching away at their red, itchy eyes. As spring fades into summer, most people’s allergies die down, but for those with grass allergies, this may not be...

For Physicians: Is Your Website Working for Your Medical Practice?

If you are a doctor and don’t have a website—or have a site that is less effective than it could be—you’re missing out on a valuable asset. With 80 percent of Internet users searching for health information online, there’s no doubt that people are choosing their...