October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and it is a fact that Breast Cancer can happen to any of us. We want to help each other by spreading the word that prevention is the key for fighting this. By women helping women, we all become one, we all have a mom, a sister, an aunt or a person who we know and by spreading the word could make a difference.More
“Should you eat eggs? What type of cooking oil should you use? Is yogurt actually a good source of protein? Is some fat really good for you? With all of the conflicting information out there, you may find it difficult to know what foods make up a healthy diet.More
South Tabor Family Physicians is committed to helping educate our patients. Every day it seems like there are new health claims on the internet.More
South Tabor Family Physicians is committed to helping keep our patients aware and educated.
Helping to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia is more important than ever. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, a group of disorders that impairs mental functioning. This short video presents a few important facts and figures about the disease in an easy to share format.More
It’s great weather this weekend to get outside and possibly visit a natural space.
Being outside is important to our health! Lucky for us we live in an area with many places to choose from. Check out this listing of local Gardens in Portland. Here are a few reasons why being outside and in nature is beneficial to our health:More
“Healthy for Good is a revolutionary movement to inspire you to create lasting change in your health and your life, one small step at a time. The approach is simple: Eat smart. Add color. Move more. Be well.
You don’t need a guilt trip. We know you know. You want to be Healthy for Good. And we’re here to help. We’ll keep you on track with shareable tips, videos and hacks.”More
Every 40 seconds, someone, somewhere in the world, dies by suicide.
For people with severe depression, it is not uncommon to think about suicide. Suicides are preventable. It is okay to talk about suicide. Asking about suicide does not provoke the act of suicide. It often reduces anxiety and helps people feel understood.More
The National Weather Service is forecasting temperatures will remain in the mid 90s through the weekend, peaking Sunday, July 29th with highs nearing 100.
Seniors are most vulnerable to prolonged heat exposure, in part because they perspire less, a function that cools the body.More
Our laboratory is licensed to perform highly complex testing, so we can run most tests your South Tabor healthcare provider orders on-site and get your results back faster. Many labs can be performed STAT during your appointment to assist your provider in diagnosing and treating you. Find out more here.More
Learn about heat-related illness and how to stay cool and safe in hot weather. Those who are at highest risk include people 65 and older, children younger than two, and people with chronic diseases or mental illness. Closely monitor people who depend on you for their care and ask these questions:
- Are they drinking enough water?
- Do they have access to air conditioning?
- Do they need help keeping cool?