As a Teladoc member, you might have some questions about what Teladoc is, and how it fits into your overall healthcare.
So we’ve assembled 10 common questions members ask us, along with helpful answers.
1. How did I... Read more
School. Careers. Family responsibilities. The never-ending chore list.
With so much vying for our attention, it’s no wonder we often fail to unplug, have fun away and enjoy our time off.
Fear not though — we’re here to... Read more
While an apple a day can keep the doctor away, there are five other foods that can also help keep you healthy.
Check out these immune-boosting foods filled with nutrients that can help you build up a tolerance... Read more
You’ve probably heard a lot about the Zika virus from the news. And because scientists recently estimated that we have the highest chance of catching Zika from now until September1,the Teladoc clinical staff is offering tips to reduce... Read more
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) most recent stats, heart disease, stroke and unintentional injuries were the leading causes of fatalities of men in the United States.1
With our focus on Men’s Health Month,... Read more
June is Men’s Health Educational Awareness month, and we’re putting the spotlight on some basic — but important — facts about male health. How much do you really know about men’s health?
Test your knowledge with this quiz,... Read more
Fact: In the United States, more than one in three women lives with heart disease and every minute, one woman dies from some form of cardiovascular disease.1 In fact, heart disease is the number one killer of women... Read more
Here at Teladoc, we’re sometimes asked if our services are meant to replace a member’s relationship with their primary care doctor. And we always stress that a person’s patient-doctor relationship is very important. We’re here to complement the... Read more
The moment you head out for a run, launch into your strength training or step foot on the basketball court, your heart rate increases, you start burning calories for fuel, and there’s an instant mood boost, suggests Fitness... Read more
While there isn’t a cure yet for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, dementia rates have fallen drastically over the past two decades.1
More than 5,000 participants in the famous intergenerational Framingham Heart Study have been monitored for dementia since... Read more