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What’s Considered a Fever And When to See a Doctor

May 20, 2022

A fever is your body’s method of protecting itself against infection. When you have a fever, your body temperature will temporarily rise. It’s considered a low-grade fever if it reaches a temperature of at least 99℉ and a high fever if it reaches a temperature of 102℉ or higher.  When To See a Doctor For...  read more

Why Do I Feel Off-Balance?

April 20, 2022

Numerous systems in the body help keep you on balance, day in and day out. If one or more of these systems isn’t working properly, you may start to feel off-balance.   Balance problems can be disorienting – you may feel dizzy, lightheaded, or like the room is spinning. These issues can be triggered by certain...  read more

Does My Child Have Appendicitis?

April 10, 2022

As a parent, it can be distressing for your child to experience pain. If your child complains of abdominal pain, in particular, you may wonder if they have appendicitis.  Appendicitis occurs when the appendix, which is a small pouch that’s connected to the large intestine, becomes inflamed. In most cases of appendicitis, the patient will...  read more

Can Your Doctor Help You Reach Your Weight Loss Goals?

March 20, 2022

Struggling to achieve your weight loss goals can be frustrating, to say the least. But, before throwing up your hands, you should consider talking to your doctor.  Clinical weight loss plans are often the most effective for long-term weight loss. Your doctor can provide personalized recommendations based on your body’s unique needs. Additionally, with a...  read more

When to Take Your Child to the Doctor for a Fever

March 10, 2022

As a parent, it can be stressful to see your child come down with a fever. While there are several possible reasons for a fever in children, it’s generally caused by infection.  Understanding when to take your child to the doctor for fever can help diffuse fear and ensure that your child gets the proper...  read more

COVID in Babies and Kids

February 20, 2022

While COVID-19 cases are dropping nationwide, the virus is still circulating. Unfortunately, babies and t children of any age can catch COVID-19 and experience its symptoms. As a parent, understanding how COVID-19 symptoms present in children can help you protect and care for your child.  The Severity of COVID-19 Infections in Children Babies and kids...  read more

Common Causes of a Stuffy Nose

February 10, 2022

Most people get a stuffy nose at least a handful of times per year. Often referred to as nasal congestion, a stuffy nose can produce uncomfortable symptoms which can be brought on by a number of triggers. Pinpointing the precise cause of your nasal congestion will ultimately help you receive the care that you need...  read more

Start Your New Year Off Right With the Doctor’s Choice Weight Loss Program

January 20, 2022

If your New Year’s resolution is to lose weight and reach your ideal physique, it can be difficult to find the right weight loss program for you. At Suncoast Urgent Care, we offer a proven, doctor-recommended weight loss program: Doctor’s Choice Weight Loss. This unique program can help you safely shed pounds and develop healthy...  read more

When to Seek Medical Assistance for a Burn

January 10, 2022

Accidents happen, and burns are an injury that can happen in the blink of an eye. Whether you accidentally grab a hot pan or spend too much time out in the sun, a burn can cause serious pain.  Burns range in severity and are classified as either a first-degree, second-degree, or third-degree burn. To ensure...  read more

Common Winter Illnesses to Watch For

December 20, 2021

During the winter months, more time spent indoors coupled with lower temperatures increases the risk of getting sick. Many illnesses are more common in the winter, making it important to protect your immunity with a healthy lifestyle along with frequent hand washing and disinfecting.  Read on to learn about the most common winter illnesses to...  read more

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