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Do I Need a Flu Shot This Fall Even Though COVID-19 is a Bigger Risk?

Year after year you see information stressing the importance of getting your flu shot, yet many people fail to get vaccinated. Experts are warning people that getting your flu shot in 2020 is more important than ever before. COVID-19 has been the center of everyone’s attention this year, so why is something like the flu […]

By |August 20th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Do I Need a Flu Shot This Fall Even Though COVID-19 is a Bigger Risk?

Employer Checklist for COVID-19 and Return to Work Programs

When COVID-19 made its way to the states in March this year, employers had to revolutionize the way their employees worked. Many companies began offering work from home options and utilized video conferencing for face-to-face interaction. Some other workers had to stop working completely when working remotely wasn’t an option for their position. As the […]

By |August 20th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Employer Checklist for COVID-19 and Return to Work Programs

How Long Does COVID-19 Testing Take?

The COVID-19 virus is giving birth to various conspiracy theorists. The people come up with various pieces of news about the virus every day. Sometimes you will hear one thing about the test duration, and other times you will hear a completely different thing. It is crucial that you consult a trusted healthcare provider, such […]

By |July 22nd, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on How Long Does COVID-19 Testing Take?

Can I Go Hiking and Enjoy Summertime, Even With COVID-19 Risks?

If you have been self-isolating for months, it may feel like the threat of the novel coronavirus will never really go away. Therefore, it is time that you calculate the risk and head out. Humans cannot stay in one place for a long time. At this point, many workers, parents, and families are evaluating mental […]

By |July 21st, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Can I Go Hiking and Enjoy Summertime, Even With COVID-19 Risks?

How are Healthcare Providers Evaluating the Coronavirus?

At the frontlines of this pandemic are the dedicated healthcare workers who are providing care to COVID-19 patients, all the while aware of the danger that they face while delivering treatment and saving lives. There is no room for healthcare workers to be careless in the administration of their duties, especially the overwhelming burden that […]

By |June 16th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on How are Healthcare Providers Evaluating the Coronavirus?

Where in the U.S is Coronavirus a Potential Risk?

The coronavirus is still very active in the U.S and there doesn’t appear to be any end in sight in the immediate future. Some people may be under the misguided impression that the easing of restrictions, like stay at home orders, in states throughout the country indicates that COVID-19 is no longer a threat. That […]

By |June 15th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on Where in the U.S is Coronavirus a Potential Risk?

What should I know about Telemedicine?

Telemedicine is the delivery of healthcare through virtua means, which means that patients at home can get care whenever they need without traveling to a clinic. You may have already seen telemedicine updates on our website or social media, but may be confused about how telemedicine works. Patients may also not be entirely sure how […]

By |May 18th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on What should I know about Telemedicine?

How Does a Patient Get an Ear Infection?

Ear infections are a very common type of infection that affects both children and adults, although children are much more likely to suffer from one. Ear infections refer to your middle ear, the space just behind your ear drum that’s filled with air. They’re very uncomfortable and for young children, their behavior is sure to […]

By |April 8th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on How Does a Patient Get an Ear Infection?

What Should I Know About the Common Cold?

The common cold is something that people of all ages battle year after year. The number of cold cases typically increase during the winter and early spring, but they can happen during any season. Although colds are so common, there’s still plenty of false information spread around about them. These are the facts that you […]

By |February 18th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on What Should I Know About the Common Cold?

What is Causing My Back Pain?

Pain anywhere in the body is something that people like to avoid, but back pain is one of the areas that can actually cause debilitating and life-altering effects depending on the severity of the pain. If you’re suffering from back pain, figuring out what’s causing it is the first step towards feeling better. 
Diagnosing Back Pain
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By |February 18th, 2020|Blog|Comments Off on What is Causing My Back Pain?
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