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Living Well - 2 Min Read
Help Kids Fend Off Germs at School
Kids going back to school in person this fall is both a relief and a source of worry for parents. With the rise in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, due to the highly transmissible Delta variant, check out ways to prevent the spread of germs and keep yourself and your children healthy.
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Living Well - 1 Min Read
Is Your Child Getting Enough Sleep?
What your kids do during the night has a huge impact on their daily lives. Sleep plays a key role in mental, physical and emotional health, from infancy through the teen years and beyond.
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Living Well - 2 Min Read
How to Get Kids Moving
Keeping kids and teens active can seem like an uphill battle. Between TV, phones and the latest video games, it’s easy to go for days without exercise.
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Ask a Doctor - 1 Min Read
Advancements in Neurosurgery
In observance of Neurosurgery Awareness Month in August, Overlake neurosurgeon Dr. Amitoz Manhas discusses the latest advancements in neurosurgery at Overlake.
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Living Well - 2 Min Read
Inside Immunization: The Steps to Making a Vaccine
August is National Immunization Awareness Month. Learn about how vaccines are made, including the steps taken in the development process and ingredients that are typically used.
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Ask a Doctor - 4 Min Read
What You Need to Know About the Delta Variant
With a resurgence of COVID-19 cases across the country and confusion about masking, Overlake Clinics primary care physician, Edwin Hargitt III, MD, answers your questions and addresses concerns about the current status of the Delta variant.
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Living Well - 2 Min Read
Teaching Your Children about Philanthropy
Much like eating a good diet and getting plenty of exercise, giving can and should become a habit. You can get your children started on the road to lifelong giving by teaching them how.
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Women’s Health - 2 Min Read
How Optimism, Support and Expert Care Helped Kathy Through Treatment
Mother of two and global program manager at Microsoft, Kathy Vanichkorn, now 41, was on a business trip to Florida when she discovered a lump in her breast during a self-exam. An otherwise healthy woman, Kathy was shocked when she was diagnosed with an invasive form of breast cancer.
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Women’s Health - 2 Min Read
Routine Mammograms Save Lives
Routine screenings are essential to maintaining breast health, preventing disease, and receiving early diagnosis and treatment. However, recent studies have shown a drastic decrease in mammograms due to the pandemic. Thankfully, Kathryn Hammer, 54, knew she was at high risk for breast cancer and did not postpone her mammogram because of COVID-19.