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Birth Control

What are the Benefits of Birth Control?

Many people do not fully understand birth control and its benefits outside of contraception. Even if you don’t need it for family planning purposes, there are a handful of other reasons you may benefit from birth control! We’d like to share a few of the many benefits of “the pill.”…
January 15, 2020

What is Your New Year’s Health Resolution?

Happy New Year from Physician 360! Our New Year resolution is to continue to empower patient healthcare by expanding our pharmacy network and product offerings. Have you made a New Year's resolution? What about a New Year's health resolution? The CDC recently released their 6 health tips for 2020, complete…
January 10, 2020

How to Prevent the Flu When Traveling this Holiday Season

We all know the winter season is the peak time for many illnesses. Flu season peaks around late November but can last as late as April or May. Many people travel to be with family and friends during the holiday season, which increases the flu’s ability to spread. The CDC…
December 23, 2019

Do You Need Antibiotics?

The CDC has recently released a helpful guide for whether or not you should take antibiotics to help you feel better. This is important information in light of the urgent public health crisis of antibiotic resistance.  According to Antibiotic resistance occurs when bacteria develop the ability to defeat the…
December 17, 2019

Should UTIs Itch or Smell?

Certain factors like changes in hormones, poor hygiene, or pregnancy may impact the health of your vagina and lead to an itch or smell that can be confused with a UTI. 
September 13, 2019

Are UTIs Common?

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are very common. The most common bacterial infection in women, UTIs occur much more often in women than men. Unfortunately, over half of adult women have had at least one UTI in their life, with 20 to 30 percent experiencing recurrent UTIs.
September 13, 2019

Can The Flu Turn Into Strep?

The flu does not turn into strep throat. However, it is possible to get strep throat after being sick with the flu. You can also contract the flu after being sick with strep throat. Despite this, the flu does not “turn into” strep throat, and strep throat does not turn…
September 13, 2019