From Our Care Team

Cervical Cancer Q&A

If you have a cervix, it’s important to get screened for cervical cancer starting at age 21. Screening tests make it possible to treat cervical cancer before it becomes serious and often before it even develops.

Breast Cancer Q&A

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the United States, except for skin cancer. The good news is there are steps you can take to prevent and detect breast cancer.

I’m not stressed. Am I? Oh no.

When you have a lot of stress in your life, it can start to feel normal. You may not even notice your clenched jaw or racing mind. To help you reset, see what Firefly providers had to say about stress in their own lives.

Colorectal Cancer Q&A

Think you're too young to be concerned about colorectal cancer? Not anymore. Cases in younger adults are on the rise. Learn who’s at risk and how testing for it is easier than ever.

Get the Facts on the New Omicron Booster

No one’s jumping for joy at the thought of another jab in the arm. But a little soreness beats having COVID any day — and the new booster gives you even more protection.

Diagnosing and Treating IBS: Lasting Relief Within Reach

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is both incredibly common and incredibly poorly managed – with chronic symptoms shrouded in shame and stigma. If you’re alongside the 10-15% of Americans who suffer with IBS – you don’t have to live like this, and you shouldn't have to figure this all out on your own.

Everything you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccines

Please take a moment to review this important information that our clinical team has compiled about the COVID-19 vaccines to date.

Minority Health: Give Your Community a Boost

April is National Minority Health Month, and it’s the perfect time to talk to people in your community about health disparities that affect minorities and to take action through better health education.