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We pack Family Physicians Group’s health blog with valuable medical tips and research you can immediately use to improve your health. From disease prevention and symptom recognition to important updates about our medical community, you get the latest wellness information that lets you take charge of your health. 

Troubling News on Niacin

A recent study released in The New England Journal of Medicine reveals troubling news for patients taking niacin, a drug prescribed to patients with high cholesterol. Despite lowering LDL and triglyceride levels, and raising HDL levels, niacin did not improve overall vascular health and did not reduce adverse vascular events (such as myocardial infarction, cardiac death, stroke, or cardiac stenting) in patients already on statin therapy. Read More
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Focus Group Invitation

At FPG, we are continually reviewing our services and trying to improve care. That is why we are conducting a series of focus group with our patients. If you are over 65 years old, you may qualify to participate in one of our focus group sessions, where you will have the opportunity to share important feedback. Read More
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For Jess

Ordinarily, we like to post light-hearted, maybe humorous blogs on Fridays, but today’s blog is a very important one given to us by a fellow employee. Adam Proctor works in the Purchasing Department of Family Physicians Group, where he does a fantastic job buying and distributing important materials for the company. Adam’s story touched our hearts and we think it will have an impact on anyone who knows someone with diabetes. Please take a moment to read. Read More
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Diabetes Challenge: July 7-31

Most of what we eat is transformed into fuel for our bodies. This fuel is known as glucose, a simple sugar and the primary source of energy for our body’s cells. Without glucose, we couldn’t grow or have the energy to live our lives. Unfortunately, glucose doesn’t store well and a body afflicted by diabetes will experience difficulty holding onto that energy. Read More
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