Dear patients,
In April we observe Stress Awareness Month.

We all know by now that our collective mental health has taken a hit in the past year. With so many external sources for peace and respite no longer available due to the pandemic, we’ve had to discover new ways to build our inner strength, steadiness, and resolve. Long-term stress and anxiety can lead to physical health issues like headaches, digestive problems, and high blood pressure to name a few. This is why it’s SO important to incorporate healthy ways to manage stress into your daily routine.  

Journaling, making a gratitude list, meditating, or calling a friend to catch up are great ways to channel positive energy into your life. Getting plenty of rest and exercising are also helpful ways to manage daily stress. And as this beautiful spring weather moves in, we suggest taking advantage of the opportunity to soak in some natural Vitamin D and refresh your mind by taking walks and exercising outdoors. When it comes to healthy lifestyle habits, these seemingly small, stress-reducing activities can make a world of difference.

This month, we are thrilled to feature Dr. Elise Chambers from our Kenwood office, along with Kimberly Whitton of Great Parks of Hamilton County, to discuss more about Stress Awareness Month live on our Facebook page. Be sure to check out more information about this below!

In good health,
Lisa Larkin, MD, and Associates
At Lisa Larkin, MD, and Associates, we are proud to offer women’s health specialty consults to members and non-members of our practice. 

Book an appointment with Cathleen McKnight, CNP, who, along with Dr. Lisa Larkin, will review your comprehensive health history and discuss any complex women’s health concerns you may be facing including menopause, sexual health issues, cancer survivorship, breast cancer risk assessments, migraines and more.

Don’t put your specific health needs off another minute. Contact our office to schedule an appointment at 513.760.5511.
Join us LIVE on Facebook on Thursday, 4/29 at 3PM EST to hear from Dr. Elise Chambers from our Kenwood office on stress prevention methods during Stress Awareness Month, along with Kimberly Whitton of Great Parks of Hamilton County, and ask them your questions live!

Click here to follow our Facebook page for updates, and join us there on April 29th at 3PM EST.
Convenient, affordable vaccines.

We are pleased to announce a new partnership with Vaxcare to provide you with access to a wider range of affordable vaccines that are billable to your insurance. Talk to your LLMD provider about vaccines you are eligible for at your next visit. 
Which COVID vaccine is right for me?

At Lisa Larkin, MD, and Associates, we are committed to providing you with the latest information regarding COVID-19.

With multiple vaccine options to choose from, it's important to determine which one is right for you. Click here for a COVID vaccine comparison chart to learn more about your options.

Get out the Vax Weekends

Get Out the Vax is a new region-wide commitment to vaccinate 80% of those eligible (16+) by July 4th. Taking place the 2nd and 4th weekends in April and May, free public transportation options are available to community members. Find out more info here and get out the vax!

Thinking of traveling?

The Department of Health is a helpful resource for the latest information regarding COVID and your travel destination. Check it out here.

COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Results

Track the latest results in a COVID-19 vaccine trial for children at Cincinnati Children's in this article from WVXU.
The Global Fight to Reduce Antibiotic Resistance

When most people hear about antibiotic resistance and the concept of “superbugs”, much can be left to conjure up in our imaginations.  What is antibiotic resistance, how does it affect our daily lives, and what does it mean for our future? Find out more from Dr. Elise Chamber from our Kenwood office in this article.
Thank you! The highest compliment we can receive is your trust in referring friends and family to our practice. We also know many new patients seek recommendations – including those online. If you would like to leave a review about your experience with our practice, please do so at Google, (Dr. LarkinDr. Wright, Dr. Chambers or Dr. Shea) or on Facebook.