Why You Should See A Doctor If You Have A Sprained Ankle

Posted on: 28 May 2018

If you have recently sprained your ankle, such as if you injured yourself while exercising, then you could be hoping that the pain will go away soon on its own. However, it's actually a good idea to seek medical attention, such as by heading to a local urgent care facility, when you think you have a sprained ankle. Here's why. Make Sure It's Actually a Sprain For one thing, even though your ankle injury might seem minor, there is a chance that it is actually more serious than you think it is.
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Three Types Of Injectable Treatments To Consider For Wrinkles

Posted on: 28 April 2018

It seems like every day, there's a new wrinkle treatment cream popping up on shelves. While these creams can help with minor wrinkles, they're not the most effective option for deeper more prominent wrinkles. For those, you are better off turning to injectable treatments. Here are three different types of injectable wrinkle treatments to talk about with your dermatologist or cosmetic physician. 1. Botulinum Toxin Botulinum toxin injections have been around for years, so they are the injectable option that most people are most familiar with.
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3 Reasons Your Medical Office Needs A Successful Clinical Supervisor

Posted on: 26 March 2018

When you are running a healthcare clinic, you are responsible for keeping an efficient and happy staff of healthcare professionals while giving your patients the care they are seeking. To help your office function more efficiently, you can hire a clinical supervisor. Here are three reasons your medical office needs a clinical supervisor. 1. Ensure Your Patients Get the Best Care As your healthcare employees meet with, evaluate, and treat patients, your clinical supervisor's first job is to review the clinical records to make sure each patient is receiving appropriate care.
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Your Child's Dark Urine May Indicate A G6PD Deficiency

Posted on: 27 February 2018

Most times, dark urine typically indicates your child isn't drinking enough water and is (or becoming) dehydrated. However, sometimes tea-colored urine can also indicate a serious medical condition. In particular, this symptom may be a signal that your child suffers from a G6PD deficiency. Here's more information about this condition and how it's best treated. The Asymptomatic Genetic Defect G6PD deficiency is an inherited condition that characterized by the body's inability to maintain healthy red blood cells.
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