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5 Healthy Habits to Reduce Chronic Conditions

Chronic diseases—defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as “conditions that last 1 year or more and require ongoing medical attention or limit activities of daily living or both”—are incredibly common in this country. In fact, according to the CDC, approximately 60% of U.S. adults have a chronic disease, with 40% having at least two of these 

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How to Improve Your Health Virtually

In today’s world, more and more aspects of daily life are becoming digitized. Movies, television, and music are now available through streaming services. Shopping is completed online rather than at a mall. Even dating can be done on apps and websites. So, why should healthcare be any different? PhysicianOne Urgent Care has provided the following tips on how to improve 

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How to Prevent Lyme Disease After a Tick Bite

If you spend a considerable amount of time outdoors, you’re likely familiar with the steps you should take to avoid being bitten by a tick. Treating clothing and equipment with permethrin, tucking your pant legs into your socks, and applying a chemical repellent with DEET or picaridin can all help prevent tick bites. But what if you’ve already been bitten 

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What’s the Difference Between Sports Physicals & Regular Physicals?

Is your child interested in playing a sport, whether on a school team, in a recreational league, or for a club? If so, you’ve probably started shopping for equipment, reviewing the practice schedule, and planning for game day snacks. Another task your child will likely need to complete before joining their team of choice is receiving a sports physical. What 

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Can Urgent Cares Treat High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)? 

High blood pressure, or hypertension, is an extraordinarily common medical condition that occurs when the force of blood against the artery walls is too high. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), high blood pressure affects nearly 50% of American adults, and only about 24% of diagnosed adults have their condition under control. These startling facts raise 

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Test to Treat in Connecticut: How PhysicianOne is helping fight COVID-19

Connecticut recently launched its test to treat program, offering individuals a new way to rapidly access testing and free treatment for COVID-19. The good news is COVID-19 treatments are now available for outpatient use and are safe and effective in battling COVID-19. With different treatment options and testing locations available across the state, it can be hard to determine which 

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Six Tips to Preventing Spring Sports Injuries

With spring comes a welcome rise in temperatures and a glorious return to outdoor athletic activities. No matter if you’re an avid jogger, flag football junkie, or tennis club champion, you’re probably looking for ways to avoid sports injuries and remain active this spring. While there’s no definitive way to prevent all sports injuries, keeping these six simple tips in 

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What Are Some Potential Long-Term Effects of COVID-19?

If you or a loved one had COVID-19, you’re probably concerned about the long-term effects of this virus. Unfortunately, because the pandemic occurred so recently, not enough time has passed to know exactly what issues might arise down the road. (Rest assured that researchers are diligently working on uncovering this information, and will keep the public updated on any new 

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How Does COVID-19 Affect the Body?

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more information has come out regarding the effects that the virus can have on the body. In this article, PhysicianOne Urgent Care discusses the symptoms that someone may experience during an active infection, as well as the complications that may arise at some point in the future. COVID-19 Symptoms COVID-19 commonly 

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What Happens if You Get Bitten by a Tick?

If you’ve been bitten by a tick, take a deep breath! There’s no need to panic. Many tick bites are completely harmless and never lead to notable symptoms or complications. Instead of fretting over any long-term effects, focus on safely removing the tick and calmly watch for any allergic reactions or unusual symptoms. What to Do if You’re Bitten by 

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5 Healthy Habits to Reduce Chronic Conditions

Chronic diseases—defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as “conditions that last 1 year or more and require ongoing medical attention or limit activiti  Read More

How to Improve Your Health Virtually

In today’s world, more and more aspects of daily life are becoming digitized. Movies, television, and music are now available through streaming services. Shopping is completed on  Read More

Can Urgent Care Refer You to a Specialist?

Yes! An urgent care provider can indeed refer you to a medical specialist if your health concern warrants treatment that is beyond the scope of a general practitioner’s expertise  Read More

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