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What Conditions are Considered Chronic? Oct 8th, 2020

Chronic conditions are typically described as ongoing illness lasting more than a year. The condition usually impacts your daily life significantly and/or requires consistent medical care. According to the CDC, 60% of adults in the US have a chronic condition, and 40% have two or more chronic conditions.  Dr. Amit...

How Often Should My Child Have a Check-Up? Sep 8th, 2020

Everyone should get a physical once a year, including children. However, while adults may not otherwise require the attention of a doctor, children need more frequent check-ups to ensure their development is on track. Dr. Amit Reenu Paliwal provides regular well-child visits to pediatric patients at Indus Healthcare. He has...

What to Expect during My Annual Physical Aug 14th, 2020

Is it that time of year again? If you got an annual physical last summer, it’s time to make your next appointment. If it’s been longer than a year, you should make this a priority. Annual physicals can be a great way to help safeguard your health.  Dr. Amit Reenu...

Telehealth: The Advantages of Telemedicine Jul 24th, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered dramatic changes throughout everyday life — and in the medical community as well. Not only are providers across the country postponing elective procedures, but many are also encouraging people to avoid in-office appointments to reduce their risk of exposure to this highly contagious coronavirus.But what...

Primary Care and COVID-19: What You Should Know Jul 16th, 2020

Your primary care doctor sees you regularly for annual well-check exams, vaccinations and booster shots, and regular health complaints. Due to the pandemic, though, you may have been putting off seeing your primary care doctor. Now that restrictions are loosening, but we’re still being urged to use caution, you might...

5 Tips to Help Your Child Stay Safe this Summer Jun 10th, 2020

Summer break is here, which means a lot of children will be out and about anywhere it’s deemed safe to be. Riding bikes, swimming in your home pool, and playing outdoor games all seem like harmless pastimes, but it's important to make sure your child is safe during their summer...

Injured on the Job? Explore How Occupational Medicine Can Help May 29th, 2020

Getting hurt at work can be a blow to your health and your finances. If you’ve sustained a workplace injury, your primary goal should be to get proper treatment and restore your full functionality. At Indus Healthcare, with offices in Pomona, West Covina, and Montclair, California, Dr. Amit Reenu Paliwal...

The Many Benefits of Integrative Medicine Apr 16th, 2020

For many people with long-term health conditions, maintaining wellness on a day-to-day basis can be difficult. Once you’ve received a diagnosis and gotten a prescription to treat it, it can seem like you’re simply cut adrift and expected to “cope” with the fluctuations in your health all by yourself —...

Get the Jump on Managing Spring Allergies Mar 6th, 2020

Springtime allergies are often called hay fever or rhinitis, and they affect millions of people every year. If spring flowers make you want to sneeze instead of smile, seasonal pollen allergens could be to blame. At Indus Healthcare, with locations in Pomona, West Covina, and Montclair, California, Dr. Amit Reena...

9 Lifestyle Tips to Prevent Heart Disease Feb 17th, 2020

Heart disease claims over 600,000 lives a year, affecting men and women across cultural and ethnic groups. You can help reduce your risk of heart disease by working on living a healthy life, strengthening your body, and giving it the nutrition it needs. Even seemingly small changes in your lifestyle...

How a Pap Smear Can Save Your Life Jan 21st, 2020

Keeping up with regular screening tests even when you’re in excellent health and feel well are crucial to maintaining overall health and wellness. That’s because many diseases often cause no symptoms until things have progressed, and cervical cancer is no exception. The beginning of the year is the perfect time...

Is High Cholesterol Causing Your Chest Pain? Dec 17th, 2019

Chest pain that originates from the heart is called angina, and it’s due to the heart muscle receiving an inadequate supply of oxygen. Angina isn’t a disease, but rather a symptom of one of several conditions. Is high cholesterol causing your angina? It’s a bit of a complex question. On...