Urgent Care, Walk-In Clinic, Primary Care Bolingbrook, IL | Pioneer Physicians
Pioneer Physicians Walk In Clinic provides immediate care for non-emergency injuries and illnesses for residents in the Bolingbrook, Naperville, Woodridge, Romeoville, Downers Grove, Lemont, Darien and Lockport Illinois area. We offer urgent care and primary care at our walk-in clinic.
Tips to stay healthy this flu season
Flu season is here, and it's knocking people down left and right. Staying healthy and germ-free when everyone around you is sniffling, sneezing, and coughing is a veritable feat. Continue your flu-free streak with these tips on boosting your immune system and disinfecting your environment so you can continue to ward off this wintertime illness.
Chicago-area coronavirus patient in good condition, Hoffman Estates hospital staff reports
HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. — A Chicago-area woman is in good condition after being diagnosed with the coronavirus, Illinois health officials said Friday. The woman is the second U.S. patient to be diagnosed with dangerous new virus from China, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. The woman, who is in her 60s, came in […]
New Report Explores Peanut Allergy Treatment Market Demand Would Increase Rapidly By 2027
Peanut Allergy Treatment Market: Introduction Food allergy is common these days. Milk, protein, and shellfish are among the most common allergens. Peanut allergy is another common allergen. Currently, approximately, 2.5% of children are suffering from peanut allergy in the U.S. Peanut allergy leads to several other allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis. At present, there is no […]
US flu activity fell last week, but it's too early to say the worst is over
Flu activity in the United States went down last week, but that doesn't mean the season has peaked and the worst is behind us, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Friday.
Exercising before breakfast burns more fat, study says
Skipping the meal before exercise also made the men's muscles more responsive to insulin, which controls high blood sugars, thus reducing the risk for diabetes and heart disease.
How you can help save lives during National Blood Donor Month
January is National Blood Donor Month! It’s a great time to think about giving. Maya Franklin from the American Red Cross joined us to talk about the need for donations. To donate blood you must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 pounds. You must be in generally good health and […]
Mayo Clinic Minute: How much exercise do you need?
If you turn on the TV, you're bound to see advertisements for a variety of exercise programs guaranteed to help you get in shape and improve your cardiovascu...
Snacking on walnuts improves gut and heart health, Penn State study finds
Eat two to three ounces of walnuts a day to improve gut health and reduce the risk of heart disease, Penn State University researchers say.
12 science-backed ways to lose weight without going on a diet
Losing weight doesn't have to be an exercise in deprivation. Here are dietitians' top tips for slimming down in sustainable and satisfying ways.