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Celebrate National Blood Donor Month!

Celebrate National Blood Donor Month!

January is National Blood Donor Month – a month used to signify the need for donors in a time where giving is sparse. Blood donations typically drop off during and immediately after the winter holidays, which makes National Blood Donor Month in January a...
How to Manage Seasonal Depression

How to Manage Seasonal Depression

You may have heard of the term ‘seasonal depression’ or jokingly used the phrase when feeling unmotivated or down during winter months – but did you know there is a name for feeling sad, anxious, or tired during the winter months? The recognized name is seasonal...
Staying Healthy During the Holidays

Staying Healthy During the Holidays

The holiday season is upon us – the best time of year, am I right?! Thanksgiving and Christmas brings about family, food and times of giving. However, healthy decisions should stay top of mind even when it seems difficult to do. We have a few tips on how to stay...
What is a D.O.?

What is a D.O.?

Did you know there are two different types of doctors: a MD (Doctors of Medicine) and DO (Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine)? None of which are “better” or “more skilled” than the other, but rather practice differently. Dr. John Manire at Our Family Direct Primary Care...
Keeping Kids Active During Virtual Learning

Keeping Kids Active During Virtual Learning

As many schools are still conducting online, virtual learning (or part-time e-learning), kids are potentially missing an important time of day – recess. And P.E. for that matter, but most importantly, our kids may not be getting the exercise they need when at home and...
Back to School Health Tips During COVID-19

Back to School Health Tips During COVID-19

The new school year has returned – Whether your child’s school has started full-time virtual learning, in the classroom or a bit of both, it is clearly not the traditional back-to-school experience that we’ve known. Our Family Direct Primary Care has some tips...
Tips to Avoid Heat Exhaustion

Tips to Avoid Heat Exhaustion

The hot, humid Louisville summers can seem never ending. Last year, Louisville had its hottest September day of 98 degrees which broke the 1954 record, so it’s very likely that this heat may last all the way up until October, which is why knowing the signs of heat...
Staying Hydrated this Summer

Staying Hydrated this Summer

As the temperature gradually increases during the summer months, it’s important to always stay hydrated. When the weather heats up during the summer, you can become dehydrated more quickly, even if you feel like you’re drinking enough water. With a little planning on...
4 Ways to Allergy-Proof Your Home

4 Ways to Allergy-Proof Your Home

Louisville is infamous for being the allergy capitol of the world. Louisville (as well as the state of Kentucky) is also known for the bluegrass that grows here. While it may make Kentucky one of the prettiest places in the world in the spring and summer, bluegrass...
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