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Flu season has arrived. According to the CDC, the flu vaccination is the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones against the flu and its potential complications.

Ready to schedule your flu shot? Call your primary care provider to make an appointment. If you don't already have one established, you can find one today by calling 906-776-5432.
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Flu season has arrived. According to the CDC, the flu vaccination is the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones against the flu and its potential complications.

Ready to schedule your flu shot? Call your primary care provider to make an appointment. If you dont already have one established, you can find one today by calling 906-776-5432.

Winter is here... and here for a while! From exercising regularly to staying hydrated, here are a few tips to get you through the season.

1. Eat healthy—Eating foods rich in vitamin C help keep your immune system healthy and strong. We know the holidays come with lots of sweets and treats, so try to balance those out by adding more fruits and veggies into your diet.
2. Exercise regularly—We know how easy it can be to blow off an outdoor workout in the winter when it’s cold and dark. No matter what time of year it is, your body needs the boost exercise delivers to your immune system. Dress properly and get outside!
3. Keep skin hydrated—Increased wind and cold temperatures can cause your skin to become dry and irritated. Try adding a humidifier in your house and taking lukewarm showers to ditch the dryness. And of course, make sure you’re staying hydrated.
4. Be aware of seasonal affective disorder, and beat it—If you find yourself feeling seriously blue in the winter months, you might be facing seasonal affective disorder. If you’re feeling this way, talk to your doctor. They can recommend nonpharmaceutical treatments or medication.
5. Be patient—Winter (especially in the Upper Peninsula) can be frustrating, uncomfortable, and feel never-ending. Don’t forget that the sun will shine again!
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Winter is here... and here for a while!  From exercising regularly to staying hydrated, here are a few tips to get you through the season.

1. Eat healthy—Eating foods rich in vitamin C help keep your immune system healthy and strong. We know the holidays come with lots of sweets and treats, so try to balance those out by adding more fruits and veggies into your diet.
2. Exercise regularly—We know how easy it can be to blow off an outdoor workout in the winter when it’s cold and dark. No matter what time of year it is, your body needs the boost exercise delivers to your immune system. Dress properly and get outside!
3. Keep skin hydrated—Increased wind and cold temperatures can cause your skin to become dry and irritated. Try adding a humidifier in your house and taking lukewarm showers to ditch the dryness. And of course, make sure you’re staying hydrated.
4. Be aware of seasonal affective disorder, and beat it—If you find yourself feeling seriously blue in the winter months, you might be facing seasonal affective disorder. If you’re feeling this way, talk to your doctor. They can recommend nonpharmaceutical treatments or medication.
 5. Be patient—Winter (especially in the Upper Peninsula) can be frustrating, uncomfortable, and feel never-ending. Don’t forget that the sun will shine again!
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