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Pediatric Urgent Care: What to know about it Post-Pandemic

Families all over the U.S are starting to return to the “new normal” where fully vaccinated patients can return to normal activities. The COVID pandemic is still technically ongoing, according to the CDC, but COVID risks and access to testing and vaccines are making it safer for families to get standard medical care. Specifically, the …

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Coronavirus Testing: What Type of Test Should I Get?

Virus tests are categorized based on what they look for: (i) molecular tests, which look for the virus’s genetic material; and (ii) antigen tests that look for viral proteins. The various tests all use a sample collected from the either the nose, throat, or mouth; that may be sent away to an outside lab or …

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What You Can do to Save on Your Personal Healthcare Costs

If you are paying for your healthcare, then you should start thinking of ways through which you can save on your healthcare cost. The cost of job-based health insurance is rising, and the employees have to bear a load of higher deductibles on top of premiums. Therefore, even getting sick can come at an undesirable …

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What should I know about walk-in COVID-19 testing?

Currently, there are three types of tests for COVID-19: rapid testing, diagnostic PCR testing, and antibody testing. The diagnostic tests (rapid and PCR) are used to find an active strain of the virus. The antibody test is designed to find antibodies that fought against the virus, at least two weeks after exposure. When coming in …

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Can I Still Get the Flu Shot?

The best time to get a flu shot is right before flu season. Flu season typically falls between the fall and winter months, and getting vaccinated can decrease your chances of catching the flu, and giving it to others. You should aim to have your flu shot by the end of October, but getting it …

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The Importance of DOT Physicals for School Bus Drivers

School bus drivers are a critical part of the school day, transporting students to school and home safely throughout the day. In order to maintain certification as a bus driver, you may be required to undergo a physical to make sure you are healthy enough by Department of Transportation standards. Your school may require you …

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Why Does My Child Need a Sports Physical?

With the fall sports season upon us, it’s important to make sure your child is prepared before the first practice of the season. Depending on your school district, your child will need to undergo a sports physical, separate from the school physical, prior to the first practice or tryouts for the season. A sports physical …

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Preventing Tick Bites

Warner weather brings more time spent outside, as well as more wildlife. Among the animals and bugs coming out of hibernation after a long winter are ticks, small insects that can transmit disease through their bites. Ticks thrive in the spring and summer and are most common in areas with high grass or woods. There …

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Tips for National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month, dedicated to preventing injuries at school, work and at home. While accidents are bound to occur anywhere, there are several steps you can take to reduce the risk of slips, falls and other incidents. Prevent Poisoning Children are naturally curious and are bound to explore try things, including putting things …

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