seasonal illness

Why Are Cases of Bronchitis Common During Wintertime?

Winter is often referred to as cold and flu season, but those aren’t the only illnesses that see an increase during the colder weather. Despite what many people think, the cold weather actually isn’t the cause of any of those illnesses, it just contributes to the factors that make them spread! 
What Causes Bronchitis?
Bronchitis is caused […]

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What Should Patients Know About Coronavirus?

If you’ve been online, turned on your TV, or listened to the radio since 2020 began you’ve probably heard the word Coronavirus. Information about coronavirus is constantly changing and as the number of cases begin to rise, fear has spread throughout the globe. Instead of letting fear rule your life, it’s important to know the […]

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Seasonal Health Updates for Your Child – Fall Season

Seasonal health updates are always important to follow as a parent. As summer becomes the fall, children are likely to experience a variety of unique health risks as the common cold and flu spreads quickier in schools and on playgrounds. Follow some of these seasonal health issues and make sure you get your child a […]

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When to Choose Urgent Care over the Emergency Room

Injuries, illness, and other medical ailments happen unexpectedly. When you experience a medical event you should start asking yourself “Is this an urgent medical situation or a medical emergency?” Understanding the difference between urgent care or an emergency room (ER) hastens your treatment, saves money, and ensures your overall health is well-protected.

An urgent care […]

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