COVID-19 Vaccination and Children- What to know with Dr. Payal Kohli

We sat down with 9Health Expert, Dr. Payal Kohli to ask her some questions about the COVID-19 vaccination and children. Watch the whole video here: Here are some highlights: What reactions might children have to vaccine? Very similar to adults- fever, muscle aches, fatigue, headaches Since the dose is smaller, the reactions aren’t as severe […]

What should you do with those unused/expired pills in your medicine cabinet?

October 23rd is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. You know those pill bottles collecting dust in your bathroom medicine cabinet “just in case,” it’s now time to get rid of them! 9Health:365 is partnering with RALI (Rx Abuse Leadership Initiative) and their Take Back Drugs initiative to help you do just that. Drop off […]

What to Know about Flu Season 2021

Reducing the spread of respiratory illnesses, like the flu, is more important than ever this year due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. The time to get your flu shot is now! 9Health:365 and Safeway/Albertsons will be providing free flu shots or flu shot vouchers at most 9Health Fairs this fall. We recommend making a reservation, […]

You Are Not Too Old

September is Healthy Aging Month. Healthy Aging Magazine says they created the month to remind people 45 and up that they’re never too old to take control of their health or start something new. Here at 9Health:365, we’re here for your health, every day of the year! Here are some tips and tricks to take […]

A slow return to some normalcy

Guest Blog By: Dr. Angela Kloepfer-Shapiro It has been a difficult year for everyone, as we grapple with balancing physical wellness and the need for emotional connection. People have listened to the experts and correctly distanced themselves from others to prevent the spread of COVID-19. While socializing continued at a distance, such as by phone […]

Should you go to the ER for COVID-19? Try the “walking alphabet test” first

By: Dr. Kari Williams – RMA (AMT), CPT (NHA), CET (NHA), BS (Nutrition), DC We’ve all been told not to overwhelm the healthcare system by going to the ER for possible COVID cases. Stay at home if you’re sick and only go to the hospital if you experience severe shortness of breath and other symptoms (listed below). On […]