Signs of Eating Disorders

Signs of Eating Disorders to Look for During National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week During National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, February 22-28, it is a good time to become more familiar with this highly destructive disorder. It is particularly important for…

Aaron Emory at the Game

Living Life to the Fullest with Multiple Sclerosis

Sending Aaron to the Game In January, Revere Health sent Aaron Emory, a patient at Orem Family Medicine, and family to the BYU Basketball game against the Loyola Marymount Lions. In…

Mother and Baby in a Field

How Choices Will Change the Way You Approach Childbirth

A century and a half ago, women had few options when it came to birthing. Pain management options were few. Most women had their babies at home, and they may…

A century and a half ago, women had few options when it came to birthing. Pain management options were few. Most women had their babies at home, and they may or may not have had an experienced attendant to assist with the birth. In the years since then, childbirth practices have evolved and changed, in… Read more »

What Is a Family Doctor?

In the fragmented world of healthcare, one thing remains constant: family doctors are dedicated to treating the whole person. Family medicine’s cornerstone is an ongoing, personal patient-physician relationship focused on…

In the fragmented world of healthcare, one thing remains constant: family doctors are dedicated to treating the whole person. Family medicine’s cornerstone is an ongoing, personal patient-physician relationship focused on integrated care. The family doctor cares for patients of all genders and ages and advocates for the patient in a complex healthcare system. About one… Read more »

doctor talking to young child and mother

3 Things Patients Should Never Do

When help is needed, who do you call? Your mom? Maybe you pose your question in a Facebook post or tweet? In this fast-paced, ever-changing world, it’s nice to know…

When help is needed, who do you call? Your mom? Maybe you pose your question in a Facebook post or tweet? In this fast-paced, ever-changing world, it’s nice to know there are people you can rely on when you need help and guidance. “A family medicine doctor is one who does a little bit everything,”… Read more »

Preparing for Flu Season

Flu Season Is Coming—What Should I Do?

It’s impossible to pinpoint just when flu season will strike; it may occur in the early fall or later in winter. What we do know is that influenza, small RNA…

It’s impossible to pinpoint just when flu season will strike; it may occur in the early fall or later in winter. What we do know is that influenza, small RNA viruses that replicate and change rapidly, will at the least cause misery and at the worst result in major pandemics killing millions of people. The… Read more »

Dr. Berry Shares Healthy Back To School Tips on Good Things Utah

Dr. Steve Berry of Revere Health’s own Orem Family Medicine recently sat down with Good Morning Utah to discuss good health habits for keeping your kids healthy as school begins. He…

Dr. Steve Berry of Revere Health’s own Orem Family Medicine recently sat down with Good Morning Utah to discuss good health habits for keeping your kids healthy as school begins. He discussed three ways you can help children stay healthy throughout the year. First, keep you children home from school if they are contagious. Remember that coughing… Read more »