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Mar 30,2020


This is a guest post from Dr. Anita Bennett with eDoc America.

If you are like most people, you have probably been wondering if there is a way to boost your immune function to protect you against infection.  Unfortunately, there is also plenty of misinformation that can make it challenging to know what to do.  Let's talk about what you can do to strengthen your immune function.

Mar 06,2020

This is a guest post form Dr. Anita Bennett MD with eDoc America. Her original article from early February has been updated here as of 3/6/20.
For more information about Covid-19, follow this link below to the CDC website. It is being updated regularly with all of the latest information. 

We've learned a lot about the Coronavirus since the outbreak began in China. Below are some helpful pieces of info to answer your questions... 

Feb 24,2020

This is a guest post form Dr. Anita Bennett MD with eDoc America.

Aug 01,2019

This is a guest post form Dr. Anita Bennett MD with eDoc America

Last week we talked about the different causes of food poisoning, and the symptoms they cause. This week I wanted to talk about how to keep yourself safe and prevent food poisoning. You have probably heard the basic rule which says to keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold. I want you to know more than just the basic rule, so that you can stay well throughout the picnic season and beyond.

Jul 25,2019


This is a guest post form Dr. Anita Bennett MD with eDoc America

This is the time of year when we like to picnic and cook and eat outside. I thought we should talk about germs and illnesses that might come from food, especially if food is not cooked or stored correctly.

Jun 25,2019

This is a guest post form Dr. Anita Bennett MD with eDoc America.

According to a recent study, there is a simple test to predict your risk of premature death, including death from heart disease, cancer, and other causes as well. See if you can climb four flights of stairs in under a minute, without having to stop. 

Jun 19,2019

Have you sent a child off to college? It’s an emotional and exciting time to watch as they pursue passions, manage hard work – and they’re off on their own for the first time. This can also create healthcare challenges!

Today, I’m sharing how non-traditional access to expert doctors helped our family handle one of those situations.

Jun 12,2019

This is a guest post form Dr. Anita Bennett MD with eDoc America

Getting too little sleep, called sleep deficiency, can lead to some serious physical and mental health problems, and can also put you at higher risk for injuries, and even a higher risk of death.  Sleep, just like breathing, eating, and drinking, is a basic human need.  Sleep plays a very important role in your health and well-being for your entire life.

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I use this benefit for the entire family - from pink eye on my seven-year-old to upper respiratory infections, urinary tract infections and colds. 

 

 

 

 

 



 

After requesting a visit, a doctor responds by call or video to diagnose, and often calls in a prescription to my pharmacy. 


No calling the doctor’s office, leaving work or missing school - and no germy waiting rooms! It's the best thing since sliced bread!