Great advice is at your fingertips. Check out these posts from P3’s provider team to learn more about setting and reaching your wellness goals.

Tough Talks Over Turkey

If your parents are getting older, the Thanksgiving holiday may be a good time to sit down and have a serious conversation. Just as parents know that at some point,

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Adult Vaccinations

Many people think vaccines are only for children, but adults should get regularly vaccinated to protect themselves and loved ones from serious diseases. Below is a list of recommended vaccines

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Tips and Resources for Caregivers

As a caregiver, also known as a carer or caretaker, it is easy to forget about yourself.  What are the responsibilities of a caregiver? Caregiving definitions and responsibilities vary, but

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Elder Abuse blog

Elder Abuse

Learn about the signs and types of elder abuse, as well has how to report it According to the Department of Justice, 1 in every 10 adults over the age

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Mental Health Blog

Mental Health of Older Adults

Learn about the signs and risk factors of mental health concerns among seniors Mental health is a global issue that impacts people of all ages, but older adults are at

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Fall Prevention

Fall Prevention

The risks of falling and how to prevent them Falls among older adults are common. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), one adult over the age

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Colon Cancer Screening

Dr. Douglas Eliason, Vice President of Clinical Affairs for P3 Health Partners Oregon, shares the importance of getting a colorectal screening. Let me start with an important fact: I am

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Stroke Awareness

How Lifestyle Changes Can Reduce Complications of Heart Disease By Stephanie Green, Director of Medical Management at P3 Arizona In February, I shared my story about heart health and what

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Asthma and Allergies

What Are Seasonal Allergies and How to Counter Them By Sarah Bivens, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC Spring is in the air, the sun is shining brighter and the birds are returning. This

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Chronic Liver Disease

Understanding Chronic Liver Disease and What You Can Do to Manage the Disease What is liver disease? The liver is a football-sized organ that sits just under the right side

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Nutrition

What You Need to Know About Vitamins and Supplements. By Aparna Asher, MD We live in the 21st century, where fast-food restaurants and drive-throughs are the norms in our action-packed lives,

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Sleep Hygiene Tips

The Importance of Sleep Sleep is one of the most important factors for our overall health. It plays a vital role in supporting the immune system, boosting brain function, healing

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Chronic Kidney Disease

These three words sound frightening.  What is Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)?  Why is CKD so important? The kidneys main job is to filter and remove waste products from the bloodstream

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Coping with the Pandemic

How to Prioritize Self Care for Positive Mental Health. In a year of uncertainty, there is no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has affected thousands of lives. According to the

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Medicare Enrollment 101

Discover the Right Time to Enroll or Change Your Medicare Advantage Plan At P3 Health Partners, we understand that your healthcare needs evolve as your circumstances change. If you are

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Seven Tips for Healthy Aging

Managing your health is more than just attending your regularly scheduled doctor visits. It’s what you do outside of those visits that can make a significant impact on your overall

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Sunscreen

By Darcie Wood What is a sunburn? Who hasn’t had that painful, red annoyance after being in the sun too long, but what is a sunburn, really? A sunburn is

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Holiday Blues

The leaves are turning yellow and the morning air is crisp. Everyone is pulling out their sweaters and scarves. Grocery stores have pumpkin flavored treats with peppermint candies in the

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Cold Vs Flu

By Theresa Brinton, FNP-BC It’s that time of year again. Coughing, sneezing, your nose is running, and maybe you are feeling a bit run down or achy. How do you

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Caring for Caregivers

By Carolyn Dechaine, PA-C November is National Caregivers Month. It’s good time to honor and appreciate caregivers for all their hardwork and dedication. Remember, no one can do this alone.

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Senior Summer Travel Checklist

By Karisa Son, NP-C Make the most of your summer vacation by keeping yourself as healthy as possible. Here’s a checklist of reminders BEFORE you leave on your summer travels:

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Dehydration

By Chris Bowers and Reuben Montoya   Water is essential for human life. Nearly 60 percent of the human body is made of water. Why is Drinking Water Important? Helps

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Alzheimer’s Disease

By J. Kate Tuttle, FNP-C Alzheimer’s Disease Alzheimer’s Disease is a progressive and irreversible form of dementia that generally effect the parts of the brain responsible for memory, thought formation,

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Provider Types

P3 is proud to offer a diverse group of qualified practitioners who are honored to serve our patients and are committed to quality patient care. We encourage you to learn

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Dementia and Alzheimer’s

By Roopa Dani, MD Patients think that dementia and Alzheimer’s are 2 different diagnoses, but in fact, Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia. Dementia is a group of

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Healthy Summer Recipes

By Lindsey Reynolds, PA-C Summer’s here — let’s eat! In the heat (especially in Southern Nevada), cooking can be a nuisance. Here are a few easy-to-make, healthy recipes that are

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Making Healthy Eating Easier

By Lindsey Reynolds, PA-C Tip 1: Cooking veggies? Rather than putting down butter or oil in the pan so the veggies don’t stick, use low sodium vegetable broth! Cover and

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Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia. It causes memory loss and affects judgment, language, and behavior. You may have trouble making decisions or may get lost in places that

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Brain Healthy Foods

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Karisa Son, NP-C Turmeric Turmeric contains a compound called curcumin, which may reduce risk of Alzheimer’s disease, has been shown in studies to improve memory and attention in adults with

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Substance Abuse in the Aging Population

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Hilary Long, PA-C There is a good chance that you know someone that is struggling with substance abuse. In 2014, 21.5 million American adults battled a substance abuse disorder. Alcohol

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Pets and Seniors

By Lindsey Reynolds, PA-C Pets can have an amazing effect on their owners. From unconditional love and support, to completing therapeutic duties, furry and feathered friends benefit their humans’ lives

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Better Sleep Tips

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Karisa Son, NP-C Sleep plays a vital role in learning, forming memories, resting the body, repairing tissues and cells, and supporting the immune system. Lack of sleep can affect the

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Are you Getting the Care you Deserve?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Nancy Weaver Are you getting the care you deserve? This time of year, thousands of Southern Nevada’s seniors are mulling their options for their healthcare in 2020. Should they

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Make the Most Out of Your Provider Visit

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Mailo Brantner, NP-C Whether you’re seeing your provider for the first time, for a regular checkup, or for an acute medical reason, you’ll want to be prepared to provide some

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Seasonal Allergies

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Jennifer Leepard, MD Have you ever been outside on a beautiful Spring morning with the wind blowing and enjoying the flowers and the trees only to find your car

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Lifestyle Changes and Blood Pressure

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Ashley McDowell, PA-C  High blood pressure is a condition that does not usually cause symptoms, but puts you at risk for heart attack, stroke and kidney disease. Lifestyle changes have

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Sleep Hygiene

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By J. Kate Tuttle, FNP-C Sleeping is a critical part of our health. It gives the brain an opportunity to rest and recover. Some research even suggests sleep gives the brain

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Managing Medications

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]By Roopa Dani, MD Most senior patients, develop multiple health conditions as they get older. Sometimes this requires them to see multiple specialists, which may prescribe multiple different medications. This

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