February is Heart Month, and your physicians at The Medical Group of South Florida would like to focus on one simple thing you can do to improve the health of your heart: watch when you eat.
It’s that time of year, when a particularly nasty virus rears its head. Often called “stomach flu,” norovirus is not really related to the influenza virus but is a miserable viral infection all its own. Your family physicians here at the Medical Group of South Florida see it throughout the year, but it is especially … Continued
Your Jupiter, FL physicians at the Medical Group of South Florida will often recommend exercise for any number of medical issues. You already know many of the benefits of exercise: cardiovascular health, improved mood, weight control, increased energy, lower stress, better control of such chronic diseases as diabetes and arthritis, and even cancer. Exercise has … Continued
The new year brings a fresh opportunity to do better than we’ve done in the past, so traditionally this is the time when people vow to improve various aspects of their lives. The problem is, so many of us bite off more than we can chew, resolution-wise, and come the middle of January, those hopeful … Continued
Here at The Medical Group of South Florida, we have a large network of skilled physicians who are committed to providing you with the absolute best medical care. Today we’re highlighting one of our South Florida concierge practices, MD 2.0 in Jupiter. MD 2.0 Jupiter offers patients a unique membership only experience in a state-of-the-art … Continued
Movie star James Dean wanted to “live fast, die young and leave a good-looking corpse.” Tragically, he achieved his goal. Most of us, though, would prefer to enjoy a ripe, healthy old age. There are many things you can do to improve your physical well-being and increase your life span. Stop Smoking It’s no coincidence … Continued
Do you ever get tired of the media sensationalized stories about celebrities being arrested for drunk driving, going into rehab for drug abuse, or losing 70 pounds and then gaining 90 of them back? There are celebrities out there who are leading healthy lives. Of course, it is important to look good on the screen … Continued
The average adult has between one and six colds per year. Most colds will go away within one week. However, the sneezing, runny nose and nasal congestion can make one quite miserable. The good news is that there are many things you can do to nurse yourself back to health if you have a cold. … Continued