When you’re in an accident, there’s no doubting that it can be scary. The situation is often uncertain. How will you pay for the medical bills? Who will pay for the damages sustained to your vehicle? Who will help you
Being in a car accident is scary uncertain. There is no way for you to know what types of injuries you’ve endured, nor how severe they are. This is especially true if the car accident was minor, yet you’re still
Today, more than ever, people are turning to urgent care clinics in their town to treat minor aches and pains and infections. The problem is that most primary doctors
When your child is running a high fever or has a bad sore throat that you suspect is Strep, then you want to get him or her to a doctor without delay. After all, there is no time to waste
For 20 years, October has been celebrated and recognized as Health Literacy Month in the United States. Designated as such to raise awareness to gaps in health literacy across the country, this month highlights the ways community leaders and medical
Rashes are incredibly common, especially in the summer months. Rashes you get while hiking or enjoying the great weather can cause great pain and irritation. Often caused by plants, medications, and even household products, rashes can do more than dampen
With the warmer weather comes days of fun in the sun. If your summer plans include plenty of pool-filled adventures, take a look at what you need to know about your child's health and water safety.
A head wound can be one of two injuries: a closed wound that results in bruising or swelling, or an open wound that bleeds. Some head wounds both bleed and swell. When you receive a head wound, the injury can
Although you may take precautions at home by properly washing vegetables and cooking meats until they reach the recommended temperature, you could still come down with a case of food poisoning.