When Your Chronic Cough Might Mean Something More

Having a cough you can’t seem to kick may take the cake for being an annoying illness related symptom. Everyone seems to catch a cough from time to time – especially during the winter months when colds are rampant. Although coughing is common and we hardly pay much attention to it, there are times when this could be the sign … Read More

Diet Trends to Avoid

Diet trends seem to come and go each year. There’s always a new one that people are raving about and cannot believe the results! With so many diets available, how do you know which diet will work? Read on to learn which diets you should avoid and why! The Military Diet In 2019, the military diet has got to go! … Read More

Tips to Prevent the Flu

The weather is cooling down, but the chances for contracting the influenza virus are heating up! Every year the number of flu cases rises, with children and the elderly being the most susceptible. This harmful and potentially deadly virus can be prevented by following these simple tips. Proper Handwashing Yes, it’s as simple as soap and water, but unfortunately, some … Read More

How New Clients Can Prep for Their First Appointment

We get it. Going to the doctor is likely not on the list of things you enjoy doing, but it is on the list of things that are important! Because we know life is busy, we’ve compiled a list of things you can do ahead of time to make your first visit a little less daunting. At the time of … Read More

How Urgent Care Can Be a Great Supplement to Your Primary Care Physician

Getting sick can feel like such a hassle. On top of not feeling well, you have to schedule an appointment with your primary physician, miss work or school and then wait for what seems like forever in the waiting room. Rather than going to your primary physician, you can skip some of the added trouble by visiting an urgent care … Read More

Common Back to School Injuries

School is just around the corner and with it comes heavier traffic, new excitement and increased chances for injuries. Many back to school injuries for children actually occur at school. Children become overwhelmed with the excitement of seeing their friends again daily, new teachers and fresh starts. This excitement tends to push rules and safety to the back of their … Read More

Preventing Heart Disease

February is unofficially known as the month for love. At OneSource, we’re focusing on love, too. More specifically, the heart. Unfortunately, heart disease is a leading cause of death – with many static factors like family history, sex and age – but that doesn’t mean you have to accept it as your fate. There are many practical ways you can … Read More

Stick It to the Flu

Although we are beginning to see more people come in with flu symptoms, it’s still not too late to get your flu shot. Get your flu shot today at either OneSource location in Albany or Bainbridge. $0 copay with most insurance.* Already have flu symptoms such as fever, chills, muscle aches and cough? It’s important to contact your OneSource physician … Read More

Flu Season – Fighting Back with Vitamin D

Written by: Dr. Davis Kinney Based on the number of flu cases we have seen at OneSource over the past couple of weeks, it appears that flu season has arrived. Beyond the flu vaccine most of us feel helpless when it comes to avoiding the flu. While most people think of Vitamin D only in terms of building strong bones, … Read More

Importance of Men’s Yearly Exams

Each June, we recognize National Men’s Health month for the purpose of raising awareness of preventable health issues and to encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men. According to the CDC, women are 100% more likely than men to seek preventative health care. Among the many possible reasons men don’t seek medical attention, the most common is that … Read More