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  • By Dr. Elisabeth FarnumWhen you catch a cold or the flu, you may feel feverish, clammy, or generally very tired and unwell. The last thing you would want to do is to drive to an office or spend time in a waiting room.You can see a doctor with Doctor On Demand from the comfort of your home and when it’s convenient for your schedule. But how do you get the most out of your visit? Below are some ways...

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  • By Dr. Tony YuanIt’s almost that time of year again: flu season. Unlike the typical common cold, the flu often has more severe symptoms that can include a fever, chills, cough, sore throat, a runny or stuffy nose, body aches, and fatigue. The flu not only impacts your health, it can also impact your work as well as your children’s education because when you’re under the weather, you may miss multi...

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  • By Dr. Kristin DeanAs the summer comes to an end and the weather starts to grow cooler, the likelihood that you will be exposed to a cold or flu virus starts to increase. Some people refer to this as “Cold and Flu Season,” which happens every year between the months of October and April. An average adult has at least two colds per year, so you may as well be prepared. Maybe you already have a few ...

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  • By Doctor On DemandDr. Maureen Suter is a board certified family physician who believes that the best care involves integrating a patient’s physical and psychosocial state. She received her medical degree at Loyola University Chicago’s Stritch School of Medicine and then went on to complete her residency in Family Medicine at New York Presbyterian and Columbia University Medical Center in New York...

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  • By Doctor On DemandDr. Rachel Kennedy is a Family Practice physician who strives to provide high quality patient care. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Oral Roberts University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude, and received her Doctorate from Oklahoma State University. Medicine is more than just a career, it is her ministry.What led you to your career?My mom was a nurse, so when ...

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  • By Doctor On DemandWe are saddened by the news in Las Vegas this week. Tragedies such as this, the impact of which will ripple across the country and around the globe, often leave more questions than answers. We are moved by the acts of the many bystanders and first responders in Las Vegas who have conducted themselves heroically throughout the last 48 hours. We are further moved by the many peopl...

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  • By Doctor On DemandDr. Micah Tomlinson is board-certified physician with more than 25 years of experience in both Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine. He trained at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio and completed his residency training at Memorial Hospital in Corpus Christi where he served as chief resident. He has also served as the medical director of the Emergency ...

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  • By Yosselyn DupuisOpen Enrollment is an important time of year. This is the time when you can start, stop, or change your employee benefits, such as health insurance. For many people, Open Enrollment is the time to decide which health insurance plan best fits their individual needs and those of their family.This time is also important because if you don’t sign up during this period, you may not be...

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  • By Dr. Barbara WalkerCholesterol is an important part of your brain and body’s function, but too much cholesterol can have a negative impact on your overall health. The good news is there are a number of ways you can improve your cholesterol levels and maintain a healthy balance to reduce the risks cholesterol related illnesses.Eat a healthy diet.Not all fats are the same. Saturated fat and trans ...

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  • By Doctor On DemandYou may have heard of the terms of “good” cholesterol and “bad” cholesterol. In a prior post, we’ve shared an overview on what LDL and HDL cholesterol means for your body. Not all cholesterol is bad for your body; in fact, cholesterol helps your organs function properly and it helps make hormones, vitamin D, and digestive fluids.However, having high cholesterol can have an impac...

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  • By Doctor On DemandDr. Nikole Benders-Hadi is a board-certified adult psychiatrist who passionately believes access to mental health treatment should be available to everyone. She completed her undergraduate education at Johns Hopkins University, followed by medical school and residency training at New York University School of Medicine. She then completed a fellowship in Public Psychiatry at Colu...

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  • By Doctor On DemandDr. Judith Thorne is a Doctor On Demand clinical psychologist with over 25 years experience working with children, adolescents and adults with a wide range of difficulties including: depression, anxiety, stress and life adjustments. She is also an expert in Women’s mental health especially in the areas of pregnancy, postpartum and loss in the form of infertility and miscarriage....

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  • By Dr. John MayerAs you prepare your child to be both physically and emotionally ready for the new school year, you may be concerned about bullying. In the past, bullying was seen as a normal occurrence that happened between children. However, in recent years, many teachers and parents are recognizing that bullying is a more serious issue for the emotional health of children.What is bullying?Bully...

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  • By Doctor On DemandDr. Marc Kossmann is a licensed psychologist who graduated from the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener University in PA in 1993. He studied psychology as an undergraduate at New York University. Dr. Kossmann is in private practice in the Philadelphia area and works with Doctor On Demand. He works primarily with adults and has worked for many years in medical s...

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  • By Doctor On DemandDr. John Mayer is a Doctor On Demand practicing clinical psychologist, author and consultant. He received his doctorate from Northwestern University Medical School. Dr. Mayer has been providing therapy for over 30 years with the enthusiasm, passion and energy that drew him to the field of psychology.What lead you to your career?I was fortunate to find my passion early in life. A...

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  • By Doctor On DemandDr. Craig Dike earned his doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Indianapolis in Indianapolis, Indiana. He completed his internship training at the Texas State University Counseling Center and his postdoctoral training at San Diego VA. Dr. Dike has clinical and research interests in: resilience, metacognition, meditation, genes and mental health, treatment of anxi...

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  • By Dr. Prentiss TaylorDid you know that September is Cholesterol Education Month?This is the first in a series of blog posts that we’ll be publishing this month about cholesterol, what it means for your health, and cholesterol management tips from our doctors.My favorite uncle was struck down with a massive heart attack and died at age 46. He loved steaks, was overweight, got no real exercise, smo...

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  • By Doctor On DemandOur thoughts are with all of those affected by Hurricane Irma in Florida. During significant weather events, patients are often unable to access healthcare due to road closures, flooding, or office closures. We hope that we can help out by providing medical care without traveling into severe weather situations.Through September 15th, we’re making our medical services available t...

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  • By Dr. Wendy StockExperiencing a natural disaster can be a stressful event. It’s common to feel depressed, anxious, or scared in the days and weeks following the initial trauma. While things may feel out of your control, there are ways to take care of yourself both physically and mentally, as well as help you and your family cope. Below are some tips for getting through this difficult time.Reduce ...

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  • By Dr. Amy HalanskiThe first few weeks of school are important for children. They are learning the culture of their new classroom and overall school. They are figuring out where the bathrooms are, where to line up for hot lunch and their bus location, learning the expectations of their teachers, and navigating recess. Thus, staying healthy is very important. Here are some ways you can help your ch...

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  • By Doctor On DemandHave a question about Doctor On Demand? It’s more than likely that it’s been asked before. Our FAQs answer the most commonly asked questions from our members about our service. Please refer to this site before calling our customer support number.View the Doctor On Demand FAQsDoctor On Demand FAQs was originally published in Doctor On Demand on Medium, where people are continuing...

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  • By Doctor On DemandOur thoughts continue to be with all of those affected by Hurricane Harvey. During this time, we’re experiencing higher than usual wait times for members in the central United States.In order to make sure those impacted by the hurricane get the care they need, we’ve outlined the issues our doctors can treat, along with conditions that may require a visit to the ER.If you are exp...

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  • By Dr. Craig DikeTherapy is similar to exercise in many ways. The more that you put into it, the more you get out, and the better you will feel about the results afterwards. In fact, using the term “talk therapy” can sometimes be misleading.The process of talk therapy is, more often than not, very interactive. It involves taking the time to look inwards and changing both your perspective and your ...

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  • By Doctor On DemandShannon lives in Cypress, Texas and takes care of her two daughters with her husband. Her children attend separate schools and her husband working across town, and one of her children was born with a disease that affects her kidneys. When she discovered Doctor On Demand, it has become a reliable, convenient way to get her family the care they need.What does Doctor On Demand mean...

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  • By Doctor On DemandMaeghan lives in Fort Worth, Texas and works in Irving where she a professional in the homeowners insurance industry. Her work often involves long hours and a commute, which results in a very tight schedule. When she discovered Doctor On Demand, it gave her a new, convenient way to see a doctor on her schedule.What does Doctor On Demand meant for you and your family?My work is r...

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  • By Doctor On DemandOur thoughts are with all of those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana. During significant weather events, patients are often unable to access healthcare due to road closures, flooding, or office closures. We hope we that can help out by providing medical care without traveling into severe weather situations.Through September 8th, we’re making our medical service...

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  • Dr. Patricia RoyTalking about Emotional Health with Children at Every AgeTalking to your children about their emotional health can be a daunting subject. Below are some guidelines to help you talk to your children about emotional health at every age.How can I prepare myself to talk to my kids about emotional health?One of the first things that may be beneficial is to educate yourself about a few c...

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  • By Doctor On DemandOn August 16, 1973, Congress approved a resolution which stated that August 26 would be designated as Women’s Equality Day, the day that women in America were first guaranteed the right to vote. Today, in virtually every sector of our society, women are making important contributions to the quality of American life. In honor of Women’s Equality Day, we’re proud to celebrate some...

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