3 Ways To Take Care Of Your Health This Spring & Prevent Unnecessary Trips To The Urgent Care

Posted on: 31 March 2019

As you clean up your house and organize your life this spring, be sure to take some time to also address your health. Spring is a great time to check-in with yourself and make sure you are treating your body well. By treating your body well, you can prevent the need for emergency care.  #1 Take Care of Any Check-Ups If you have not scheduled your yearly physical and wellness check, call up your primary care provider and schedule your wellness check for the year.
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Four Treatments For Melanoma Cancer And The Side Effects You Can Expect

Posted on: 11 February 2019

Most doctors will catch melanoma cancer before it gets any deeper than your skin. That is excellent news, since it means that you will probably not die from it. However, depending on the depth of the melanoma and where the cancer is located, you may still need one (or more) of the four following treatments. Laser Ablation Dermatologists are now using laser ablation to remove cancer and pre-cancerous cells from the skin.
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3 Ways Using Smart IV Pumps Decreases Medication Errors

Posted on: 4 January 2019

If the intravenous pumps the staff in your health care clinic are using have become old, you may be searching for new replacements. If so, you may want to consider switching to smart IV pumps that have certain benefits that help decrease the potential for medication errors. 1.  Pump Is Connected to the Pharmacy's Drug Library One way smart IV pumps help with decreasing medication errors is that its internal computer is linked to your pharmacy's drug library.
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Don't Know ASL? Proven And Effective Ways To Communicate With the Hearing Impaired

Posted on: 3 December 2018

If you know someone that is hearing impaired, you might find communication somewhat difficult. It may prove especially difficult if you do not know American Sign Language — or ASL. In truth, it is best not to assume that someone who is hearing impaired knows ASL. It is estimated that approximately 28 million Americans suffer from some form of hearing loss, yet only an estimated 500,000 people use ASL as a natural language.
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