The Truth About Women’s Related Health Myths

April 14, 2022

There are a lot of health myths floating around out there, thanks to old wives’ tales and marketing ploys. It can be hard to get accurate information, so we’ve gathered a list of some of the most common women’s health myths - and what the truth really is! 1.Lifting weights will only make women bulk up. If you’re putting off lifting weights because you don’t want to “bulk up,” it’s ...

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How to Treat and Manage Sudden Back Pain

April 14, 2022

Back pain can appear without warning and range from mild to severe. Some back pain may disappear after a few days, but more unfortunate patients may have back pain that lingers. Getting immediate treatment for back pain can be the best way to prevent back pain from persisting or worsening. Try the following tips to get started on reducing back pain - then make sure to visit an urgent care center for high-quality, same-day treatment. 1 ...

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Why Telemedicine is a Critical Healthcare Need for Patients in 2021

March 30, 2021

" Telemedicine is the branch of medicine that allows patients to access quality healthcare services from the comfort of their homes. It entails the use of teleconferencing technology through high-definition video/voice calls. In other words, telemedicine makes it possible for patients to consult with a medical doctor over the phone or on a computer. The weight of the pandemic on healthcare facilities Healthcare facilities all over the country are being overwhelmed. In the same vein ...

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Which Vaccinations Will I Need in 2020?

September 15, 2020

" An important part of managing your health and the health of your family is making sure that everyone is up to date on their vaccines. Unfortunately, it can be a little confusing to keep track of so many different vaccines! 2020 has put more attention on personal health than normal, so why not use that as an opportunity to make sure everyone in your home is fully vaccinated? Flu Vaccine  The flu vaccine becomes available ...

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Are School Sports Still Happening in my State? At My Child’s School?

September 14, 2020

" COVID-19 has changed nearly every aspect of our daily lives, and everyone is still adapting to the “new normal” of 2020. One of the most important things that has been impacted is children and how their schools are operating. Online learning, blended learning, and in-person learning with social distancing modifications are options that differ depending on the state and school district your child attends. In addition to a new way of learning, extracurricular activities have ...

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COVID-19 Statistics Updated for August 2020

August 20, 2020

" Staying up to date on the latest COVID-19 information is challenging to say the least. With constantly changing statistics and plenty of unreliable news sources reporting different numbers, how are you supposed to know what’s accurate? We want to help put your mind at ease and discuss the latest COVID-19 statistic for August 2020 using only the most reliable data available.  Is the First Wave Over?  Despite plenty of talk about the potential for ...

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COVID-19 and Asthma Safety for Patients

August 20, 2020

" COVID-19 is scary for everyone, but especially those that are considered high-risk patients. High-risk patients are people that suffer from underlying medical conditions that may make them more prone to getting COVID-19 and make their symptoms more severe if they do get it. One of those high-risk categories that affects a high number of people is those suffering with asthma. Asthma is a lung condition, so it’s understandable that a virus that affects your ...

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How Can I Self-Assess for COVID-19?

July 22, 2020

" Right now, hospitals are overflowing with COVID-19 patients. For this reason, doctors across the United States are discouraging people from coming to the hospitals. At this point, treating people with mild symptoms is not as important as treating people suffering from a severe condition related to a confirmed COVID-19 infection.  For this reason, you must learn how to assess some of your symptoms. Accurate, confident, and well-informed self-assessments will save doctors from wasting time on ...

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Can My Children Go To Summer Camp Even with COVID-19?

July 21, 2020

" The COVID-19 virus has put a stop on our ordinary lives. Now, all parents are confused as to whether or not they should send their kids to summer camps in these uncertain times.  These days, when you go out, you may feel like you are going on a battlefield, even if it’s for something as simple as getting groceries. However, sending your child to summer camp in the midst of a global pandemic does ...

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Is COVID-19 Slowing Down in the United States?

June 16, 2020

" To date, there are over 2 million reported positive cases of COVID-19 in the U.S. and more than 100,000 people have died. While overall new cases and deaths have slowed, perhaps, temporarily, this decline doesn’t exist throughout the country. Some states that had high numbers of infection and deaths initially are seeing their new numbers decrease significantly, while new hot spots have developed in states that started out with lower numbers. The ...

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