Category Archives: Camille Johnson

A Patient’s Guide to Finding a Good Fit with a New Primary Care Doctor

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Managing diabetes can be overwhelming and it can only feel worse if you have to look for a new physician. You might feel anxious about finding a new doctor whether you were just diagnosed with diabetes or your primary care physician decides to retire. There’s a lot to consider, but this guide can help you […]

7 Tips on How to Speak Up at Your Next Doctor Appointment

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Nowadays, it’s not uncommon for people to be upfront, especially when it comes to their health. So if that’s you, and you’ve been feeling like you should speak up more, here’s how to build up that confidence for your next appointment. 1. Make sure you arrive on the dot Being on time for your appointment […]

Looking and Feeling Your Best Go Hand in Hand

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Looking great and feeling great are two different things. You might look your absolute best by changing your hair and makeup, but how you feel might not be the same. As WforWoman notes, it’s time to start thinking of how looking our best and feeling our best is linked and what we can take away […]

5 Affordable Ways Technology Can Help You Manage Your Diabetes

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If you’ve been recently diagnosed with diabetes, your doctor has told you that managing your condition is essential. Fortunately, there are a lot of affordable technologies available — from apps to continuous glucose monitors (CGMs) to smartwatches. As a result, you can stay motivated, feel confident, and keep track of your progress. Continue reading to […]

Reduce Back Pain While Working From Home With These Steps

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Working from home can be a blessing, but for many, it can also take a toll. Not having the right equipment or setup can lead to you working from the couch or bed, which is fine in small doses. When you don’t have adequate support, however, your spinal health can decline and cause pain, trouble […]