Burick Center discusses concierge medicine with Central Penn Business Journal
We were recently interviewed in an article about the rise of concierge medicine on the Central Penn Business Journal. This article discusses why more people are seeking a medical concierge practice than traditional forms of primary care. Read the article on
Blood Pressure Matters: Keep Hypertension in Check
About 1 in 3 adults in the U.S. has high blood pressure, but many don’t realize it. High blood pressure is sometimes called a “silent killer,” because it usually has no warning signs, yet it can lead to life-threatening conditions
10 Heat-Beating Tips If possible, stay out of the sun. When in the sun, wear lightweight, light colored, loose fitting clothing that covers as much of your skin as possible. Consider a hat to protect your face and head. Use an air
Having a blast?
With warm weather and family gatherings, the Fourth of July can be a great time to celebrate and make memories. Fireworks are also a great way to celebrate, but fireworks can cause severe burns and eye injuries If not
Can bacteria be good for you?
The idea of using bacteria to improve your health may seem odd, but it has been around since the early 1900s. However, not until just recently did people really begin to embrace the concept. Today, probiotic and prebiotic products are
Dr. Burick, our own TV star!
Wednesday August 29, at 6:40 AM Dr. Burick will once again be interviewed on Fox 43 News. Tune in to learn about adrenal fatigue.
Breast cancer myths
The Myth Finding a lump in your breast means you have breast cancer. The Truth Only a small percentage of breast lumps turn out to be cancer. But if you discover a persistent lump in your breast or notice any changes in breast
Exercise for a better brain
More evidence has linked exercise with a positive effect on the brain. A new study finds that older adults who reported being the most physically active had less brain atrophy, higher volumes of gray matter, and less damage to white
5 New Resolutions for 2013
Happy New Year! This time of year, so many of us make healthy resolutions such as eating healthier, getting more exercise and of course, lose weight. And while those goals are as admirable as they are popular, the reality is