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Cold, Flu, or COVID-19: How To Know the Difference

January 20, 2021

As we continue to endure the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are struggling to identify the distinction between a COVID-19 infection and a cold or flu virus. Receiving a COVID-19 test is the best way to know for sure if you’ve been infected by the virus. Additionally, if you’re feeling unwell, talking to a medical professional...  read more


Signs and Symptoms of Strep Throat

January 10, 2021

Do you have a sore throat? A sore throat is often just a symptom of the common cold. However, in some cases, a sore throat could be caused by strep throat. Strep throat is a bacterial infection, and it leads to a fast-onset sore throat alongside other symptoms. Read on to learn more about the...  read more


When Should You Take Your Child To Get Stitches?

December 15, 2020

Do you know how to tell if your child needs stitches or not? Most parents are clueless about how severe an injury needs to be to worry about immediate care. Most of the time, wounds are going to close well on their own, especially if it is a straight laceration. However, sometimes you will need...  read more


Why Making Lifestyle Changes Is Necessary for Weight Loss Success

October 15, 2020

Lifestyle changes are an absolute necessity when it comes to weight loss. In fact, the biggest reason that people fail in meeting their weight loss goals is that they do not make any changes to their lifestyle as a whole. Most diets are focused on fast weight loss through means that aren't meant to be...  read more


COVID testing , Antigen versus RNA

October 7, 2020

Tests explained ! There are many tests available at this point. Some are done with blood and some with swabs from the nasopharynx and now some from saliva samples. The MOST accurate test available is the RT-PCR test, most often performed using a nasopharyngeal swab. These tests are typically sent out to a lab that...  read more


Has Your Shoulder Joint Dislocated?

September 15, 2020

Did you know that the shoulder is the most often injured part of the body? We see many shoulder dislocations every year, and we are happy to treat them so that you can avoid the ER or walk-in clinics when your doctor is unavailable. Here are some signs that your shoulder has dislocated and what...  read more


When Does Your Child Need to Be Seen for a Fever?

August 15, 2020

As a new parent, it can be easy to get excited over every little thing that your baby does. And just as you squeal at every coo, it’s easy to get carried away when your baby doesn’t feel well. Not every fever is cause for alarm, and not every cough needs to be addressed by...  read more


When You Should Get Tested for COVID-19

July 15, 2020

Most people are very concerned about the risk of contracting the coronavirus, and for good reason. Numbers of infected and positive tests increase more and more every day, and these numbers still aren’t representative of the total infection rate due to a lack of testing.  However, testing is becoming more widely available as more American...  read more


Burns: Fundamental First Aid for Families

June 15, 2020

Kids play hard. Only first time parents think that they can protect their children from every potential danger or injury. Soon, even these parents come to realize that children will get hurt from time to time, no matter how careful they are. It is important to be prepared to handle minor injuries, scrapes, and bruises...  read more


When You Should Not Assume That It’s Allergies

May 15, 2020

Although it is almost summer, springtime allergies are still a problem for many people. Every year, more and more people are affected by seasonal allergies. These allergies can begin anytime during your lifetime, and symptoms are usually very mild in the first couple of seasons. Allergy symptoms include chronic cough, sneezing, runny nose, itchy or...  read more


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