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Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD): Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Gastroesophageal reflux disease, otherwise known as GERD, is a chronic disease of the digestive system. Flare-ups occur when stomach acid backflows into the esophagus causing irritation and inflammation of the esophageal lining. This process is known as “reflux” and it is caused by a failure of the […]

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Dr. Gregory Young

Exceptional Primary Care Community Faculty Award

Exceptional Primary Care Community Faculty Teaching Award was given to Hudson Physicians Gregory Young, MD Gregory Young, MD, of Hudson Physicians was selected by the Medical School Education Committee at the University of Minnesota to receive an Exceptional Primary Care Community Faculty Teaching Award.  This award was established to honor and encourage preceptor teaching in […]

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Autism Awareness

Light It Up Blue for Autism This April

Light It Up Blue for Autism This April Currently, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects more than 3.5 million Americans. As more children are diagnosed with it, autism has become the fastest growing developmental disability in the U.S. To help boost autism awareness and support the families of those with the diagnosis, you are encouraged to […]

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Spotlight on RSV

Spotlight on RSV RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus, is a very common, very contagious respiratory illness. In most healthy adults and children, it manifests as little more than the common cold. Unfortunately, in infants and toddlers with health problems, patients with compromised immune systems, and individuals who have breathing concerns, RSV can be much more […]

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Influenza & Strep

Influenza (flu) & Strep Throat

Influenza (flu) and Strep Throat Season is Here Flu and strep throat may seem like one and the same, but they are different illnesses. The flu is caused by a virus and strep throat is caused by bacteria. Strep throat and influenza may also share some symptoms, but the key symptomatic differences help to tell them […]

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