How Doctors Stay Healthy Year-Round and How You Can Too
Nobody likes being around people coughing and sneezing from colds and flu yet that’s what doctors do. Every day they are on the front lines, listening compassionately to complaints ranging from aches and pain to fever and persistent coughs. Yet they rarely get sick. How do they do it?
Mar. 15, 2013
Kids Stash the Darndest Things
When your child performs disappearing tricks involving the nose, ears and other places, look to the wisdom of Duke Urgent Care providers, who have seen it all.
Jan. 31, 2013
Take a Stand: Why Sitting Too Much Is Bad for Your Health
Do you sit too much? Many parents do. Whether you’re sitting on the sidelines while your kids enjoy playtime, or spending your workday sitting at your desk, research shows that too much sitting is not only bad for your health, it also decreases your life expectancy.
Jan. 15, 2013
7 Ways to Stay Healthy and Sane During Holiday Travel
Duke Primary Care physician Namrata Shidhaye, MD, who practices family medicine at the new Waverly Place location in Cary, shares tips for staying healthy and happy while traveling this holiday season.
Dec. 18, 2012