The first day back after a week off is the busiest day, and I’d argue that’s even more true of a medical office. After a week stuck home with construction I was looking forward to returning to my office when I was felled by a cold. This is actually an unsurprising turn of events, because Read More »
So there it is, it’s official. The election is behind us and now what. Many are asking themselves that very question right now. Now what? How do I go on? Of course, because we’ve told our news media we want the bad news, we’re already hearing the horror stories of little kids telling their classmates Read More »
Soup for breakfast only sounds weird until you’ve tried it. Once you see you good you feel with that warm nourishing bellyful, you won’t look back. AND it’s so much healthier than those danishes and bagels (no offence to bakers). Start your day off with warm, energy-packed food and enjoy your baked goods at your Read More »
What is bone broth, and why do we eat it? For those of you who’ve come into the office, you may have gotten advice to incorporate bone broth into your diet. It’s not only a fad, but we’ve also been getting healthy eating bone based soup for generations (chicken soup anyone?). The advantage of making Read More »
TriWest Alliance We received super exciting news. As of 4-29 (although we just got the notification), Dr Vickery is now a TriWest Alliance Provider! Who is TriWest Alliance? If you know what that means, you’re probably a veteran or family member. If you don’t know what this means, well you can probably guess now. Yes, Read More »
With the onset of spring and then again in late summer I tend to see an increase in patients who struggle with allergies. Boosting immunity is the key to alleviating these symptoms. They may already be in full allergy misery, or simply anticipating the coming season. They’re the ones with the itchy eyes and ears, Read More »
(See what I did there?) Because I want you to be smiling when you click through to this article, which will shake the very foundation of the world for some of you. This is the second in an infrequent foray into the controversial world of over-watering ourselves. Here’s an article from the New York Times, Read More »
Giving back to the community Giving back isn’t just a slick advertising hook here at Vickery Health & Wellness. Dr Vickery believes everyone should enjoy glowing good health. But she knows this is not as easy as waving a magic wand, and for some it’s an uphill battle. To help aid in that journey, she Read More »
Investigation Update: Outbreak of Human Salmonella Typhimurium Infections Associated with Contact with Water Frogs
CDC is collaborating with public health officials in many states to investigate a multistate outbreak of human Salmonella serotype Typhimurium infections due to contact with water frogs including African Dwarf Frogs. Water frogs commonly live in aquariums or fish tanks. Amphibians such as frogs and reptiles such as turtles, are recognized as a source of human Salmonella infections.
One of the most important things you can do to stay healthy and help stop the spread of infection is wash your hands.