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  • COVID-19 Update – March 18, 2020

    In case you missed Dr. Larkin’s Facebook Live event, you can watch the full video here. Learn more about who should be tested for COVID-19 as of 3/18/20 here. See Dr. Larkin’s response to ...

  • COVID-19 Update – March 17, 2020

    As the pandemic is evolving, we will continue to provide updates on our website, social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram) and via email newsletters. Dr. Larkin is also using h...

  • COVID-19 – March 14, 2020

    COVID19 testing is available in our office through LabCorp for our patients who MEET CRITERIA for testing. Currently, people coming from overseas who are not ill do not meet criteria. This may change ...

  • COVID-19

    MARCH 13, 2020 As you are well aware, the COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly evolving and information is changing daily. We will continue to keep you updated on our operations with the health and safety of ...

  • February is American Heart Month

    by Jennifer Bain, MEd, RDN, LDN February is known for many celebratory holidays like Groundhog’s Day and Valentine’s Day. Plus, national holidays like President’s Day and Black History Month. Fe...

  • Staying Healthy after the Holidays

    By Jennifer Bain, RDN, LDN, MEd Happy New Year! As the holidays wind down and we start the New Year experiencing drastic weather changes, our fears of catching the flu or a cold set in. If you are any...

  • Why ‘Dry January’ Is Good for Your Health

    By Lisa Larkin, MD, FACP, NCMP, IF The new year is here, and with it comes the chance to reset after overindulging in a little too much holiday cheer over the past few months. One trend gaining ground...

  • Separating fact from fiction in health news

    By Lisa Larkin, MD, FACP, NCMP, IF We all want to do the right thing and lead healthy lifestyles, but what should we do when we read conflicting, confusing or downright scary news reports about the sa...

  • Hypertension & Menopause – How Hypertension Affects Women

    By Maria Wright, MD, NCMP For far too long, heart disease was considered a “men’s health” issue. That thinking has slowly shifted, thanks to more in-depth research and an increased awareness amo...

  • How to Welcome the Season Ahead with Presence, Balance and Joy

    Barre3 Mariemont Studio Owner, Karey Matteucci, shares five ideas for tackling the Holiday Season with grace and ease. EXPERIENCE GRATITUDE—AND WRITE IT DOWN Start a gratitude journal. Even on days ...

  • Can the Flu Shot Give You the Flu?

    from HealthyWomen’s Cold & Flu center By Sheryl Kraft Many people forgo flu shots because they’re convinced that getting one will give them the flu or make them ill. That’s a misconc...

  • Worried about holiday weight gain? Here are five tips to help

    by Jennifer Bain, RDN, LDN, MEd With Thanksgiving quickly approaching, and the hustle and bustle of the holidays already underway, it can be very easy to lose sight of yourself. Next thing you know, i...

  • The Facts on Intermittent Fasting

    By Lisa Larkin, MD, FACP, NCMP, IF Every few years a new fad diet makes its rounds in the news and social media feeds. The latest buzzworthy approach to weight loss is intermittent fasting. Intermitte...

  • Seasonal Grounding with Yoga

    Kim Lauch, Yoga Therapist Lisa Larkin, MD & Associates September is a time of change.  A transition time in our part of the country when summer’s high level of energy output shifts marki...

  • Lymphedema treatment considered gold standard

    In observance of World Physical Therapy Day (Sunday, Sept. 8), we’re sharing more about lymphedema and the physical therapy treatment considered to be the gold standard. One in five women who are tr...

  • Sleep Meds Not Always a Dream Come True

    By Lisa Larkin, MD, FACP, NCMP, IF It’s no secret that we – Americans, and especially women – aren’t getting enough sleep. Nearly forty million Americans suffer from sleep problems, including ...