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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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What Is the Difference Between Pre-Symptomatic & Asymptomatic Cases of COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a whole new vocabulary. We’ve all become more familiar with words like incubation, antibodies, and quarantine, but there’s still plenty of confusing terminology out there. For instance, do you know the difference between pre-symptomatic and asymptomatic cases of COVID-19? If not, you’re far from alone. Let’s take a closer look at these two terms 

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What Are Acute Sports Injuries?

Acute injuries are often the result of sudden impacts or changes in motion, which is why they happen quickly and can be more severe than chronic injuries (injuries that develop over time due to repetitive motions). Acute sports injuries, a specific kind of acute injury, happen as a result of certain sports-related activities. These injuries can be more common in 

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The Road to No Summer Sick Days Starts Here

Can you smell that? It’s spring fever! Now that the days are longer we can officially start counting down the days till warmer weather.   Don’t let outstanding health appointments or nagging injuries get in the way of your upcoming beach days. In order to live your best life this summer, get your health in check today! Here is a list 

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The doctor is in 24/7: The benefits of local, hybrid health care

When you think about businesses that provide 24/7 service, what comes to mind? Most people would say something like fast-food chains or gas stations. Wouldn’t it be great to get a question answered in the middle of the night and then be seen by a local provider the next day if you need it?  Booking an appointment with your primary 

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Common Springtime Causes Of Ear And Eye Infections

Spring is here, bringing with it warm weather, sunny skies, and, unfortunately, seasonal allergies and infections. As we welcome in the new season, be on the lookout for these common springtime ear and eye infections, what causes them, and when you should seek treatment:   Common Ear Infections in the Spring:  Swimmer’s ear: The warmer weather might have you searching for 

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Does COVID-19 Upset Your Stomach?

Does COVID-19 Upset Your Stomach? Since COVID-19 came on the scene in early 2020, we’ve learned a lot about what symptoms it can cause—from fever and body aches to coughing and fatigue. But can it upset your stomach as well? Gastrointestinal issues aren’t exactly uncommon, so experiencing an upset stomach doesn’t automatically mean you have COVID-19. However, an upset stomach 

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How to Prevent Asthma Attacks

Asthma—a chronic disease that affects the bronchial tubes (airways) of the body—makes it considerably difficult for individuals with the condition to breathe. If you are one of  Read More

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

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