Blog Category: Living Well

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Living Well - 4 Min Read
Is Your Home Office Set Up for Success?
Overlake physical therapist, Lindsay Sturtevant, DPT, details the ways you can ergonomically set up your home office to avoid pain and injuries.
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Living Well - 2 Min Read
Connect Virtually with Your Healthcare Provider
Overlake Clinics offers virtual care visits to allow patients to continue seeing their regular primary care and specialty providers while in the comfort of their home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Living Well - 5 Min Read
Hypo- and Hyperglycemia When You Have Diabetes
When living with diabetes, it is important to keep your glucose level within your target range to help slow or prevent the onset of complications like hypo- and hyperglycemia. Overlake certified diabetes educator Leslie Merklin-Barber reviews the causes, symptoms and treatments of these conditions.
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Living Well - 6 Min Read
The 3 Types of Supporters for Those with Diabetes
When you have diabetes, friends and family may be supportive, but sometimes they can also cause you more stress. Overlake diabetes educator Leslie Merklin-Barber talks about the three types of supporters, as well as the dos and don'ts of supporting someone with diabetes.
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Living Well - 3 Min Read
Mask Up to Protect Yourself and Others
Wearing a face covering is now mandatory statewide while in public places. Joan Amistoso, ARNP, with Overlake Clinics Urgent Care discusses the reasons why it's important to wear one.
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Living Well - 4 Min Read
What Patients In Cancer Treatment Should Know About COVID-19
Those undergoing cancer treatment may want to know if they are at increased risk of contracting COVID-19 infection, and if they are at increased risk of COVID-19 complications. Medical oncologist Stephen Lemon, MD discusses the risk and steps patients should take to keep safe during the pandemic.
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Living Well - 3 Min Read
Keep Kids' Vaccines on Schedule
In the current state of the world, parents can be nervous about taking their child to the doctor. As a result, vaccines and development screenings are being delayed. Overlake's Dr. Greg Maddox explains why it’s important not to skip these appointments.