Blog Archive

What Most People Don’t Know About Asthma Oct 1st, 2022

Asthma is a frustrating, often debilitating, chronic condition. And it doesn’t discriminate. Asthma comes for the young and the old, the famous (think David Beckham and Beethoven), and the ordinary.  While you might know the basics of this disease, Dr. Megan Dillman and our team at  MD² want to address...

How to Know if You Have a Colicky Baby Sep 1st, 2022

Babies cry. That may sound like a no-brainer, but even the leading pediatric associations felt the need to put out stats to assure parents that crying is a completely normal part of infancy. In fact, the only way your baby can communicate with you is through whimpers and wails.  However, there is...

Can I Prevent Gestational Diabetes? Aug 1st, 2022

Prenatal care has come a long way over the thousands of years women have been giving birth. However, with increased education and screenings also comes a heightened level of anxiety over all the possible things that can go wrong during pregnancy.  One of these prenatal problems that women lose sleep...

Tips for Getting Started With Breastfeeding Jul 1st, 2022

To breastfeed or not to breastfeed? That’s the question plaguing brand new and seasoned mothers alike. Back in the day, a doctor may have told you to skip the hassle and go straight for the bottle. Now, we know just how beneficial breastfeeding is for both mom and baby.  But...

Why You Shouldn’t Skip Your Annual Physical Exam Jun 1st, 2022

It’s easy to put off going to the doctor until you feel a tickle in your throat or need an X-ray. But what if we told you there’s a better way to go about managing your health?  All it requires is a once-a-year visit with our expert.  Here, Dr. Megan Dillman walks...

Don't Let Diabetes Sneak Up on You: Learn These 7 Early Signs May 18th, 2022

Everything from your bank accounts to the engine in your car comes with a warning system. At a moment’s notice, you can assess and address a problem before it becomes a nightmare.  Though your body doesn’t come with a warning light, it does have a way to alert you when...

Can Asthma Develop in Adulthood? Apr 1st, 2022

The short answer is yes, you can develop asthma in adulthood. We call it adult-onset asthma, and oftentimes it can be worse than asthma that begins earlier in life.  Here, Dr. Megan Dillman at MD2 takes a closer look at what’s going on when asthma attacks adults.  What is asthma? Asthma is a disorder that...

Vaccines and Boosters That Every Adult Should Have Mar 1st, 2022

Vaccines are a common occurrence for most of us during our childhoods, giving our young immune systems the extra tools they need to fight off serious and life-threatening diseases. But what a lot of adults don’t realize is that they need vaccines, too — including “booster shots” for childhood immunizations...