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Relaxed Blood Pressure Guidelines

Expert Advice: New Blood Pressure Guidelines

Relaxed blood pressure guidelines by the Joint National Committee have many wondering whether they should rethink their target number. With almost half the adult population considered hypertensive in the US, there are ways to keep your blood pressure under control. Michigan Primary Care Partners Family Medicine physician, Neil Goodman, DO, has some Expert Advice. 

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June 10, 2019
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Colonoscopy Screening for Colon Cancer

Colonoscopy Screening

It’s the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths – yet it is preventable. Listen below as Michigan Primary Care Partners Internal Medicine physician, Rashmi Juneja, MD, shares how you can protect yourself from Colon Cancer. You do not need a referral to get a colonoscopy. To schedule your appointment visit: http://bit.ly/WhychooseWMSC

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June 10, 2019
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Internal Medicine versus Family Medicine

Expert Advice: Internal Medicine versus Family Practice

Family practice or Internal Medicine – there are key differences when considering who should be in charge of your healthcare. Michigan Primary Care Partners physician Rashmi Juneja, MD, shares some Expert Advice on the topic. We have Family and Internal Medicine providers accepting patients at our four locations. For details, visit our Care Team page […]

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May 24, 2019
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Skin Cancer Checks

Expert Advice: Skin Cancer Checks

The return of warm weather means many of us will be back enjoying outdoor activities. May is Skin Cancer awareness month. A great time for you to learn more about how to protect yourself and the people you love.  Here’s some Expert Advice:

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May 14, 2019
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Signs of Stroke

Be FAST with Stroke

May is Stroke awareness month. A great time to learn your risk for the condition that is the leading cause of long term disability. Strokes occur every 40 seconds and take a life every four minutes. Consider a stroke like an attack on your brain. During a stroke vital blood flow and oxygen are withheld […]

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May 10, 2019
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Measles Vaccinations

Measles Prevention

Public health experts issue a warning as they battle the worst measles outbreak since the virus was considered eliminated. Adults who were vaccinated decades ago might need a booster shot to protect themselves against measles complications. Listen in as Michigan Primary Care Partners Internal Medicine physician Rashmi Juneja, MD, shares her Expert Advice on how […]

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April 30, 2019
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Aquatic Therapy for Back Pain

Exercises for Back Pain

Studies suggest the majority of adults experience back pain at some point in their lives. Patients at Michigan Primary Care Partners find relief in our therapy pool – complete with the area’s only aquatic treadmill. But there are other ways to help relieve your back pain. Listen below as our Physical Therapist shares her Expert […]

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April 22, 2019
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Woman and child outside in springtime

Coping with Spring Allergies

As the temperatures begin to warm up and people start spending more time in the great outdoors, many are forced to deal with the problem that comes with the change in season. According to national statistics, more than 50 million people suffer from environmental allergies. That breaks down to around one out of every three […]

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April 8, 2019
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