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5 Tips to Alleviate Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal allergies affect millions of Americans, who suffer from agonizing symptoms that make life virtually unbearable. If warm weather has brought you nothing but misery, learn some effective ways to reduce your allergy symptoms. Getting Relief While modern medications provide many people with seasonal allergy relief, most experience optimal results when they make subtle lifestyle adjustments that reduce their exposure 

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The Stages and Symptoms of Lyme Disease

During the warm summer months, lakeside picnics, hikes through the woods, gardening, or just swinging in a hammock can be so pleasurable. What’s not so pleasurable is the thought of sharing the great outdoors with tiny little ticks, no bigger than a sesame seed, that can land on you and attach to your skin. Although the prevalence of Lyme disease 

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What is Walking Pneumonia?

Walking pneumonia is a term used to describe a case of pneumonia that isn’t serious enough to require hospitalization or extended bed rest. If you’re concerned you or a child may be exhibiting symptoms of walking pneumonia, here’s what you should know. What Causes it? Caused by bacteria, walking pneumonia is an infection of the upper and lower respiratory tract. 

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It's Spring – Is It a Cold or Allergies?

The start of spring brings warm weather, rain, flowers, and a lot of coughing, congestion, and runny noses. So, is it the common cold or are allergies triggering these uncomfortable symptoms?  Since it can be hard to differentiate between these conditions, here are a few tips to help determine whether it’s a common cold or allergies causing your stuffy nose. 

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Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye) – Causes, Symptoms & Treatments

Also known as pink eye, conjunctivitis is inflammation of the conjunctiva (transparent membrane), which covers the white portion of the eyeball. If you believe you or a child may be suffering from conjunctivitis, here’s what you should know. What Causes it? Conjunctivitis is usually caused by a virus; however, it can also be caused by bacteria, allergies, blocked tear ducts, 

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Allergies vs Cold

How is a Cold different from Allergies? Although they may share similar symptoms, colds and allergies are quite different. Understanding the underlying cause of each of these conditions can help you to distinguish one from the other. What Is a Cold? A cold occurs when a virus enters the body and causes an aggressive response from the body’s immune system. 

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Pneumonia Treatments & Common Complications

A serious infection that causes inflammation within the air sacs in one or both lungs, pneumonia can be deadly. To keep you and your family safe this flu season, it’s important to know the signs of pneumonia, along with common risks and treatments. What Is it? Pneumonia can occur when a person breathes bacteria or viruses into his or her 

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Bronchitis: Causes, Symptoms & When to go to the Doctor

Caused by inflammation of the lining within the bronchial tube, bronchitis can be a temporary condition or chronic ailment. In most cases, the condition gets better without medical intervention, in some cases, however, it can lead to pneumonia. Here’s what you should know about bronchitis symptoms, causes and treatments. What Causes it? Acute or temporary bronchitis is typically caused by 

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Flu Symptoms: When to See a Doctor

In most instances, the flu results in a relatively mild illness that requires no medical intervention. In some cases, however, the flu can lead to serious complications, requiring hospitalization. If you’re wondering whether your flu symptoms are severe enough to warrant a trip to the doctor, here’s what you should know. Typical Flu Symptoms When they get the flu, most 

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Scabies: Symptoms & Treatments

Scabies is an itchy, irritating skin condition caused by the microscopic burrowing mite Sarcoptes scabiei. Because scabies is highly contagious, it’s good to know how to recognize signs, so you can treat the condition as quickly as possible. What Causes it? Scabies spreads when Sarcoptes scabiei migrate from one carrier to another. Like every type of lice, these tiny parasites 

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Are Smokers at Higher Risk for COVID-19?

If you are a smoker, you may be wondering if you’re at greater risk of contracting COVID-19. Although there haven’t yet been any studies providing a conclusive answer to this q  Read More

The Difference Between Strep Throat & COVID-19

If you’re experiencing a sore throat, you’re probably concerned about what’s causing it. Less than a year ago, a simple sore throat usually wouldn’t be much cause for conce  Read More

How to Protect Yourself From COVID-19

In these stressful times, COVID-19 prevention is at the forefront of almost everyone’s minds. Whether you have been working outside your home throughout the pandemic, or you’re  Read More

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