High Blood Pressure – What You Need to Know

Hypertension, or more commonly known as high blood pressure, happens when the blood pressure in your body increases to unhealthy levels. Blood pressure measurements factor in how much of your blood passes through blood vessels and the amount of resistance it is met with while the heart is pumping.   When arteries are narrow, resistance

Forming Healthy Habits for Disease Prevention

Staying healthy can mean different things for different people. For some, it is a matter of diet and exercise alone. For others, it means sticking close to a specified medicine regime prescribed by a doctor. Lifestyle can be a key determinant in the risk for certain diseases like heart disease and cancer. Forming healthy habits

How You Can Prepare for Cold and Flu Season

Cold and flu season typically begins in the fall and can sneak up on you quickly, therefore it is key to practice good hygiene and cleaning habits to lower the risk of getting sick. With COVID-19 looming as well, keeping you and your home clean and healthy might not be such a bad idea.  

MSO Services With NeighborMD

NeighborMD was founded in 2020 by veteran healthcare leaders and seeks to provide top-notch care to all of our patients. With a track record of success, innovative technology, and wholehearted belief in the value of community in primary care services, we can make connections that have a lasting impact. Choosing NeighborMD means you are choosing

3 Vitamins to Boost Your Immune System

Eating foods rich in vitamins and minerals is a great way to boost your body's immune system. Getting the proper intake of the vitamins and minerals your body needs gives it the strength it needs to fight off toxins and illnesses, whether that is a chronic condition or a viral infection like the common cold.

New Alzheimer’s Drug Could be Covered by Medicare

Aduhelm, the new Alzheimer’s drug, has a $56,000 per year price, but Medicare has launched a formal process to determine if it will include it in coverage. A final decision is not anticipated to be met until the Spring of 2022 from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), but a ruling could come