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Check-in with your health before you check-out on Spring Break

Check-in with your health before you check-out on Spring Break For the first time in two years, travelers are gearing up for what looks to be the most normal spring break we have seen since before the pandemic.  You’ve packed your flip flops and sunscreen, but have you checked in on your health? Here’s a list of things to think 

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The Omicron Wave is Receding: What’s Next

The Omicron Wave is Receding: What’s Next The winter 2021 COVID-19 omicron wave caused the most cases on record since the beginning of the pandemic. While that particular spike in cases has fortunately receded, we must become comfortable determining our own risk tolerance with any future spikes in cases. Below are predictions and recommendations on what’s to come and how 

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What Are the 5 Symptoms of the Flu?

Influenza is very common—especially during fall and winter—but it can still be difficult to know whether you have the flu, a cold, or another type of illness. Here are five symptoms that might suggest you have the flu: Fever – While it’s rare for the common cold to cause a fever (and when it does, the fever tends to be 

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Is the PCR Test for COVID-19 Accurate?

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all been introduced to a number of new terms, one of them being “PCR testing.” What exactly is a PCR test, and is this form of testing accurate? PhysicianOne Urgent Care has the answers you need. What Is PCR Testing? Before delving into the accuracy of PCR testing, it may be helpful 

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Pros & Cons of Virtual Visits

The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly altered our world, but not all of these changes have been negative—stay-at-home orders and quarantines have led to the expansion of virtual visits. Also known as telehealth and telemedicine, virtual visits let patients consult with medical professionals from the safety and comfort of home using a smartphone, tablet, or a camera-enabled computer. This “face-to-face” meeting 

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When Are COVID-19 Patients Most Infectious? 

The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a whirlwind of uncertainties and questions. For example—where exactly did the novel coronavirus come from? How effective are masks? And most importantly, when will this all be done and over with? We here at PhysicianOne Urgent Care can’t provide answers to all of these burning questions, but we can offer some insight regarding one 

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Don’t Let Common Winter Injuries Ice Your Fun Plans

Watching snow collect outside from the comfort of your home might be one of the highlights of a Northeastern winter. But venturing outside is a different story, and can be more treacherous. With snow comes slippery ice and shoveling, both of which contribute to the most common winter injuries. We’ve got you at PhysicianOne this season, and year round, to 

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COVID-19 Threatments Overview

The good news: COVID-19 treatments are now available for outpatient use and are safe and effective in battling COVID-19. The other news: You may feel like you need a medical degree to understand the different treatment options available, but don’t worry, we’ve got you. In this post we’ll answer the following questions: What COVID-19 specific treatments are available? How do 

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Healthcare is self-care: Check in with your health

Have you skipped your yearly physical with your primary care physician or routine health screenings in the last two years? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you are not alone, as many adults in the U.S. have gone without primary care for the last two years due to the pandemic.  If your family physician’s office is closed 

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What Is the Easiest Way to Get Rid of a Sore Throat?

A sore throat can easily ruin your day. After all, it interferes with your body’s basic functions like swallowing and eating. So, if you find yourself waking up with a tickle in the back of your throat, is there a way to relieve it quickly before it can negatively impact your routine?  Here are some easy ways to get rid 

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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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