Blogs

Making Sense of COVID-19 Vaccine Booster and Third Doses

October 29, 2021

Now, that the information about COVID-19 vaccine booster and third doses has been reviewed, how do we make sense of it all? We will break it down here the best we can. You can also checkout SRHD’s vaccination FAQ page for more information. To get advice specific to your situation and health history it’s always best to discuss options (and questions!) with your primary care provider.

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What Can We Do About the Flu?

What Can We Do About the Flu?

October 26, 2021

Flu season is upon us, and it is important to be prepared. There have been some questions around the flu and flu vaccine since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Let’s take a look at why we’ve heard so little about the flu since the pandemic began, why it’s so important this year to get your flu vaccine and how to get one.

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Enjoying Fall Activities Safely

Enjoying Fall Activities Safely

October 19, 2021

Like any other year, Halloween comes with safety reminders. Wear bright colors so traffic can see you, don’t eat any unsealed candy, and just don’t trick-or-treat at the Johnson’s because they give out those weird orange taffy candies every year. We recommend those tried-and-true tips and a few more this year for a safer Halloween.

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Hispanic Heritage Month

October 14, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted health inequities in our country. The Hispanic population was one that was hit harder by COVID-19 than others. However, the contributions from members of the Hispanic community have positively impacted every level of the pandemic response from global efforts to work in our very own community. During Hispanic Heritage Month, we are taking time to recognize how important these contributions have been.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 07, 2021

October is that time of the year where we start to anticipate cooler weather and pulling out our favorite cozy sweaters. We also get excited to carve pumpkins, decorate the house, and find the perfect Halloween costume. While October is considered the kickoff for many fall activities, it's also Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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