Any parents knows the horror stories of rushing to the ER on a Sunday night with a sick child, only to wait for hours to be seen by a hassled doctor for what turns out to be a minor upset stomach. While you should still see a doctor in person if you suspect a more serious medical issue, common ailments like colds, ear infections, or fevers can be diagnosed by providers—often with the help of testing kits sent via mail—and medication can be prescribed. Another benefit of online pediatricians is that they’re often available 24/7.
Test a broader set of foods that may be causing you discomfort with our most comprehensive food sensitivity offering. This test includes a wide range of foods and is ideal for people who eat a variety of cuisines.
This at-home test is an easy way to evaluate your levels of three different B vitamins in your body. It can identify deficiencies and help you determine if dietary changes may be needed to improve your health and wellness.