28Jul, 2020

Use of Hydroxychloroquin , Azithromycin and Zinc for treatment of Covid-19

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There are different conflicting messages on the media regarding the use of these medications as potential cure for Covid-19. I have been asked by different patients also to prescribe these medications. We can not ignore research! A double-blind study is one in which neither the participants nor the experimenters know who is receiving a particular treatment. This procedure is utilized to prevent bias in research results. Double-blind studies are particularly useful for preventing bias due to demand characteristics or the placebo effect. Any medications is a potential lethal substance because […]

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11Aug, 2020

Urinary Tract Infection Overview

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Bladder infections are one of the most common infections, causing symptoms like a burning feeling with urination and the need to urinate frequently. Kidney infections are less common than bladder infections, and can cause similar symptoms, but they can also cause fever, back pain, and nausea or vomiting.

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3Aug, 2020

Testosterone Replacement Therapy

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Testosterone ,should be administered only to a man who is hypogonadal, as evidenced by clinical symptoms and signs consistent with androgen deficiency and a distinctly subnormal serum testosterone concentration. In comparison, increasing the serum testosterone concentration in a man who has symptoms suggestive of hypogonadism, but whose testosterone concentration is already normal, will not relieve those symptoms.

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31Jul, 2020

PREPARTICIPATION PHYSICAL

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The preparticipation physical evaluation is a commonly requested medical visit for amateur and professional athletes of all ages. The overarching goal is to maximize the health of athletes and their safe participation in sports.

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8Sep, 2017

When nature strikes – Dealing with Natural Disasters

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In spite of the fact that catastrophic events are uncommon, they can and do happen. Surges, crack tempests, and high breezes have hit the USA as of late. Cataclysmic events are not preventable, but rather in the event that you own a property , at that point you should know about the diverse measures you can take to limit their negative results and to be set up if there should arise an occurrence of a crisis that may emerge amid a catastrophic event. Changing worldwide climate patterns have seen an ascent […]

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8Aug, 2017

1st Class Urgent Care Certified by Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

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In line with our mission is to provide excellent, compassionate, convenient, timely, and cost-effective medical care to our patients and families, we are now certified by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration as certified medical examiner. This means bus and truck  can now visit our locations for physical qualification examinations for  commercial motor vehicle drivers in accordance with the Federal  Motor Carrier Safety regulations.

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7Aug, 2017

When To Go To Urgent Care

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There are several medical options that you have when it comes to sickness. If you get sick, or you are involved in an accident, you may need help. Many times, people confuse urgent care for emergency rooms, and they are not the same. They are also not the same as your primary care physician, which makes things a bit difficult to manage when you need a helping hand from pain, or other issues. There are a few tips that you should follow in order to recognize when it’s important to […]

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17Jul, 2017

Save Time and Money On Healthcare With Urgent Care Locations

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Everyone gets sick at one point or another. Many people go forward with self-care. Visiting a pharmacy and picking up over the counter items can work out for a while, but what if you’re still sick after a week? What if you have the flu? There are a lot of issues that can manifest that you may need a doctor to help with. No matter what the case is, you may find that it’s difficult to book an appointment with a primary care physician. Doctor’s today get booked up fast, […]

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29Dec, 2016

Adult ADHD – What Is It, Really?

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 We’ve all heard the stories since we were children: a kid in a friend’s class in fourth grade is in trouble all the time for talking and moving around, a sibling tells us about someone they know being put on Adderall because they’re “not performing to the expected standard” in school. It is such a common event to hear about young children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) that we often let it go in one ear and out the other, assume the child will be prescribed with some […]

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24Jun, 2016

Urgent Care Centers

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Urgеnt care centers in gеnеrаl mаkе аn оvеrwhеlmіnglу роѕіtіvе іmрrеѕѕіоn оn thе gеnеrаl рublіс. Onlіnе reviews ѕhоw hіgh аррrоvаl of centers based on different factors. Evеn thоugh this is the dream оf mоѕt ѕеrvісе providers, іn сrіtісаl mаttеrѕ like hеаlth, having a ѕіnglе nеgаtіvе rеvіеw іѕ еnоugh to реrѕuаdе a соnѕumеr nоt tо mоvе аhеаd wіth a раrtісulаr hеаlthсаrе provider. Bаѕеd еntіrеlу оn оnlіnе rеvіеwѕ, lеt uѕ take a lооk аt ѕоmе оf thе rеаѕоnѕ why аn urgеnt саrе fасіlіtу wоuld rесеіvе a nеgаtіvе rating. Whу you wоuld choose an […]

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