Healthy Fall Vegetables You Should Try

This fall is the perfect time to make changes to your diet for a healthier future. Not only does eating more vegetables increase the variety of your diet, but some of these healthy veggies can also help with blood pressure, circulation and even boost your immunity. At Gardendale Primary Care, we are passionate about healthy…

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Home Remedies for Fall Sinus Headaches

Have you ever experienced pounding in your temples and the strain behind your eyes, on top of your head, and even on your cheekbones? Chances are you’ve got a full-blown sinus headache. When it comes to dealing with a sinus headache, some individuals choose to take the herbal route. Read on to learn some of…

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Autumn Health and Wellness Tips

As summer comes to an end and the weather starts to get crisp signaling the start of fall, it’s time to change up your health routine. Fall is characterized by cooler temperatures which usually trigger colds, flu, and other illnesses. To keep diseases at bay and stay on top of your game, here are 5…

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Healthy Snack Ideas for Back to School

Looking for ways to get your kids to eat better this school year? Here are some healthy back-to-school snack tips you may find helpful. Avoid Empty Calories Things like fruit snacks, chips, cookies, etc. are super popular with kids, but they have little to no nutritional value and don’t curb hunger very well. So, if…

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The Best Time to Go to Sleep Based on Your Age

The ideal amount of sleep we require each night changes as we age. As a matter of fact, sleep needs are closely aligned with age. In this article, we’re going to highlight how much sleep we need depending on how old we are, and what your target bedtime should be, based on your age. How…

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Ways to Stay Safe This Fourth of July

The fourth of July is a time for celebration with family and friends. But before you head out to enjoy the festivities, it’s important to take some precautions to keep yourself and your loved ones healthy and safe. Here are a few tips on how to have a safe, enjoyable Independence Day: Stay Hydrated It’s…

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month – Know the Signs of Depression

According to the World Health Organization, more than 264 million people of all ages suffer from depression. This number has drastically increased since the pandemic hit, and people can’t help but wonder how the lockdowns have affected those numbers. What has social distancing, quarantines, disturbing social media/news, and perhaps extended periods spent indoors done to…

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How to Nourish Your Mental Health

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Whether you struggle to keep yourself mentally healthy or you know someone who does, this is a good month to ask yourself and others: “How are you doing mentally?” Here are some things you can do this month to nourish your mental health. Practice Gratitude According to multiple studies…

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