All About COVID-19 and Ibuprofen (NSAIDs) Safety

COVID-19 and Ibuprofen

Unfortunately, with the spread of Coronavirus, the spread of misinformation has increased. It’s understandable to have anxiety with this current climate, but it’s also important to look to validated resources when searching for answers. One common claim we’ve seen spread as of late, is regarding the use of ibuprofen (NSAID) and having COVID-19. Is It … Read more

The Ultimate Recommendations for Goal Setting

Recommendations for Goal Setting

It is easy to feel stuck in life by knowing what you want to achieve but not knowing how to get there. Setting goals can feel like an overwhelming task. Without them however, you will lack focus and direction. Goal setting lets you determine your own success and plan for the future. Follow the steps … Read more

FDA Extends EpiPen Expiration Dates

The good news continues for those who rely on EpiPens! The FDA has extended the expiration date of some EpiPens due to shortages. As the school year begins the demand for this life-saving drug has continued to rise. After manufacturing delays and supply disruptions, pharmacies have been struggling to keep EpiPens in stock. How is … Read more

The Exercise Move More Month

Move More Month

Every April, the American Heart Association celebrates Move More Month to try and get people to improve their heart health through exercise. While the pandemic has disrupted many people’s exercise routines, there are still ways to stay active. Even small amounts of exercise can lead to significant health benefits. Exercising Tips The recommended amount of … Read more

Delicious Diabetes Friendly Recipes In 2023

Thanksgiving can be a challenging time of the year for the millions of Americans who live with diabetes. All the carb-filled, sugary foods can cause blood sugar to spike. However, if you have diabetes you do not have to skip out on all the delicious dishes. Below are tasty diabetes-friendly Thanksgiving recipes! Butterflied Turkey with … Read more

National Handwashing Awareness Week

National Handwashing Awareness Week

This week is National handwashing awareness week. The CDC reports that handwashing is like a “do-it-yourself” vaccine. Regular handwashing is one of the best ways to remove germs, avoid getting sick and prevent spreading germs. Protect yourselves and your family from getting sick by practicing this easy and effective germ-killing exercise. Your immune system will thank you. … Read more

National Patient Safety Awareness Week

Patient Safety

National Patient Safety Awareness Week was designed to mark a dedicated time and a platform to increase awareness about patient safety among health professionals and the public. One goal of the week is to bring together and engage health care professionals and patients to help spread this important message. One prominent safety issue in the … Read more

The Most Common Medication Interactions

Medication Interactions

An average Tria Health patient takes 8 prescription medications. Most older Americans take multiple medications each day for a variety of conditions. While most patients are aware of potential side effects with prescription medication, it is important to be aware of combining certain drugs and other substances. Being aware of drug interactions can help prevent serious … Read more

How To Check Your Blood Pressure At Home?

blood pressure

High Blood pressure affects more than 40% of adults over 25 years of age. In addition to visiting your doctor to ensure your blood pressure is under control, you should be doing out of office monitoring as one to two times per week.  The key to out of office monitoring is that you are consistent … Read more