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How Truck Drivers and Commercial Drivers Can Get DOT Physicals in 2020

DOT physicals are a requirement for all commercial and truck drivers to ensure that they’re safe to be on the road. Getting a DOT physical can quickly seem like an inconvenience, but skipping it simply isn’t an option. 2020 has mad nearly every aspect of daily life more difficult, so how can drivers get the …

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What Are Colleges Doing to Stay Safe During Covid-19?

Staying safe during COVID-19 is no small task. Employers and schools have had to make major changes to protect their employees, students, and communities. Those challenges are hard enough, but what about colleges and universities that hundreds of thousands of students depend on? College students can’t just put their studies on hold until a COVID-19 …

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The Key Differences Between COVID-19 and the Flu

Flu season is nothing new and most people are familiar with the flu as it comes around each year. This year’s flu season is unique to any other year though. The presence of COVID-19 creates an added challenge for patients and medical staff to differentiate between the two. With many similarities between the flu and …

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Are School Sports Still Happening Even with Coronavirus?

School sports are a wonderful way for kids to get some much needed physical activity and fun time away from screens. Children learn many helpful life skills and make life-long friends thanks to school sports. Unfortunately, almost nothing has been left unaffected by COVID-19, including school sports. As the upcoming school year is quickly approaching …

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Allergies and COVID-19 Risks for Patients

School sports are a wonderful way for kids to get some much needed physical activity and fun time away from screens. Children learn many helpful life skills and make life-long friends thanks to school sports. Unfortunately, almost nothing has been left unaffected by COVID-19, including school sports. As the upcoming school year is quickly approaching …

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How Schools Can Prepare for Coronavirus

COVID-19 spread rapidly in the initial stages and forced school leaders to implement school closures to protect students, teachers, and staff and prevent the spread of the virus. School closures occured before the end of the 2019-2020 school year and COVID-19 is still around. District and school leaders, along with local health departments are forced …

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Why Should Patients Use Telemedicine Now? (and in the future?)

Telemedicine urgent care services are just one way in which healthcare providers are able to make sure patients are taken care of during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, patients are likely to value the continued use of telemedicine moving forward. This is because telemedicine is extremely convenient and accessible for a majority of urgent care patients. …

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How Are Athletic Injuries Treated and Assessed?

Athletes are more prone to injury than the average person. They know that when they enter the sport, but that doesn’t mean anyone ever wants to be injured. When an injury occurs during a game or practice, it’s important to stop everything and take it seriously, even if it seems minor. Continuing to play on …

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Common Cold FAQs for Patients

During the winter and springtime, many patients are likely to suffer from a common cold. As mentioned on our previous urgent care blog, common colds effect the majority of patients in all age groups. Even when patients try their best to prevent a cold, it is more likely than naught the disease will cause a …

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