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Month: February 2014

The ER Can Take Hours Visit an Urgent Care Center for Treatment

February 10, 2014

Did you know that the most common fracture suffered by people over the age of 75 is a hip fracture? And that for people under 75, it is a wrist fracture? Many people sustain these kinds of injuries every year, and they often rush to the emergency room for treatment. But, because a fracture is […]

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The Benefits of Choosing Urgent Care When You Need Medical Treatment

February 8, 2014

Urgent care centers represent one of the fastest growing segments in the American health care industry. As a whole, urgent care centers have better, more convenient business hours, take care of patients more quickly, and charge a more affordable rate for their services than hospital emergency rooms and primary care doctors. Urgent care centers are […]

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Cosmetic Dermatology Lasers, Benefits, Risks, and Options

February 6, 2014

Non-surgical facial rejuvenation. Those words were hardly ever put together in the past. Facial rejuvenation for our grandmothers might have meant the occasional facial, a regimen of creams and ointments, staying out of the sun, and not frowning. Today, a wide range of dermatological procedures make it possible for almost anyone to experience facial rejuvenation […]

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Relax, Unwind, and De-Stress With a Massage

February 6, 2014

Imagine feeling fresh, rejuvenated, and pain-free. Those are a few of the many advantages of getting a massage. Archeological evidence show that massage therapy has been used for centuries, dating back to ancient civilizations in India, Japan, Korea, China, Rome, Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Greece. Even Julius Caesar reportedly received massages to treat his epilepsy. The […]

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Common Questions About Better Breathing for Athletes

February 6, 2014

Breathing is just one of those things that we take for granted. It’s automatic, we don’t think about it until there’s a problem, and it has a critical role in sustaining our lives. However, did you know that your ability to breathe is tied to more than just minute-to-minute survival? Our cardiovascular, digestive, immune, nervous, […]

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