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Merry Christmas to all! And to all a Safety Update
Posted on: December 14th, 2017
by Dr. Shouse

  We pray you all are having a wonderful holiday season! Enjoy your time with family and Christmas celebrations.  Have safe travel, too. Enjoy your decor and traditions, but be safe!   Whether it is your home or someone else’s, it is good to be aware of safety when we enjoy our twinkly lights, candles, […]

Chiggers and Fleas
Posted on: July 15th, 2014
by Dr. Mobley

      Early to mid-summer is the time of year that chiggers and fleas thrive. Fleas can live in the yard if you or your neighbor has dogs in the yard.     Adult fleas are no larger than 1/8 inch long, so they can be difficult to find. One method for determining if […]

West Nile Virus and Chikungunya
Posted on: July 10th, 2014
by Dr. Mobley

West Nile Virus     How common is West Nile Virus?   For the most part, mosquito bites are harmless and more nuisance than threat. There are numerous viruses spread by mosquitos in the United States, but about half of these viruses cause, on average, fewer than 10 reported cases per year; and most of […]

Mosquito Be Gone!
Posted on: May 21st, 2014
by Dr. Mobley

  Summertime at my house means spending long evening hours in the back yard gardening, dining, and just plain relaxing.  Nothing can spoil the mood faster than a swarm of mosquitos following  a good thunderstorm.  I have a love-hate relationship with these little blood-suckers:  they love me, and I hate them!  Well, I have a […]

Warning! New Infant Acetaminophen
Posted on: December 6th, 2011
by Dr. Shouse

The New Infant Acetaminophen Drops are here now, and you may notice that the concentration and measuring dropper are different than before!!   All manufacturers will be using the same concentration(160 mg per 5 ml). The Old Infant Acetaminophen drops were 3 X stronger. (If your Concentrated Infant Drops are almost empty, I would recommend […]