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1Feb, 2018

How does the Flu lead to death?

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The United States is in the midst of a deadly flu season. The latest statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that 37 children have died so far this flu season, which began in October. The flu is currently widespread in 49 states, and doctors across the country continue to see more cases, more hospitalizations, and more deaths from influenza infections. Over the past several weeks, deaths of Americans of all ages from the flu have made headlines. While flu is most dangerous for adults over the age […]
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12Feb, 2017

What is Urgent Care

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Urgent Care is defined as medical care that accommodates patients who “need to see a doctor now” but who do not have a life-threatening condition warranting an emergency room visit. No appointment is necessary and walk-ins are expected and welcome because these non-emergency conditions are unpredictable yet medical attention is necessary. Patients must be aware that an urgent care center is not appropriate for very serious or life-threatening conditions. Fast MD 4 You is a walk-in health clinic for treatment of non-emergency, illnesses or injuries and is not equipped to […]
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21Oct, 2016

Bursitis

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Bursitis Bursitis Pain Stops Here / Break the Code – Stop the Pain Learn to Prevent, Treat, and Plan Experts from Right Diagnosis report almost 9 million people in America battle bursitis. Which makes it ultra-important that you take a few minutes to learn what you can do about it. What is Bursitis? The bursa acts like a pillow between your tendons, joints, bones and muscles, according to experts at Medical News Today. These sacs are filled with fluid and are called bursae and when they become inflamed you will […]
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9May, 2016

Water and Dehydration

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Water & Dehydration During those hot summer days, it is important to remember to hydrate often.Your body is made up of about 45%-75% water, depending on how much fat you have; therefore, water should be part of your daily routine.Lack of water can cause dehydration which can lead to thirst, dry skin, loss of appetite, fatigue/weakness, and much more1. The recommended amount of water needed by CNN Health is a little more than 8 cups2, though for men and women it varies a bit. According to the Institute of Medicine, […]
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