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03
Sep 15

Prescriptions, Vitamins and Supplements May Not Mix

In the United States, the majority of people, especially those in adulthood, are taking more than one dietary supplement on an occasional or regular basis. Consumers are spending $28 billion every year to buy vitamins or herbal remedies to assist in treating common health problems such as insomnia and depression.  Many of these supplements are […]

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27
Aug 15

Your Midlife Doesn’t Have to Involve a Crisis

Are you engaged in a battle to control your emotions while at the same time your loved ones are struggling to understand the cause of your mood swings? Is your brainpower not what it once was and you feel stuck in a persistent mind and memory fog? Are you gaining weight and having difficulty achieving […]

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20
Aug 15

Need Poison Ivy, Sumac or Oak Treatment?

Have a nasty rash that you think might be poison ivy, sumac or oak? Though there are over the counter medications to help soothe the pain, in some cases, you may need to seek additional help. These plants contain an oily resin called urushiol , which causes a red, blistery rash on the skin. If […]

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13
Aug 15

Staying Hydrated in the Houston Heat

With Houston temperatures reaching record highs in the triple-digits this summer, it’s important to ensure that your body stays hydrated. These high heat indexes can lead to dehydration which can be a very serious condition and cause significant illness if not prevented.  We at Urgent Clinics Medical Care encourage you to take steps to avoid dehydration. Monitor Water Intake and […]

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06
Aug 15

First Aid Tips

Below are some helpful tips for the moments after an injury or accident occurs. These helpful hints can minimize the severity of the incident. Below are some helpful tips for the moments after an injury or accident occurs. These helpful hints can minimize the severity of the incident. Note: Always use best judgment and seek medical […]

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31
Jul 15

Minimize Risk and Injuries with a Sports Physical

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or part of a competitive team, participating in athletic activities promotes a healthy lifestyle and mindset. Before playing any sport, it’s important you have an understanding of your physical condition, be aware of any limitations and know if it’s safe to participate. In fact, most organized sporting programs require proof […]

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20
Jul 15

Camp Physicals Provide the Perfect Summer Camp Preparation

The arrival of summer brings smiles and celebration for both the ending of the school year and also the beginning of summer vacation. Many children choose to broaden their life experiences by attending summer camp and taking advantage of opportunities to learn and explore new things. When approached safely, these adventures build character, confidence and […]

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10
Jul 15

Sunburn Prevention and Treatment

Like most people, you may have been sunburned at least once. If so, you know the symptoms — red, hot, painful skin. Most sunburn is minor and goes away in a few days. But sunburns can be serious, so it’s important to know when to get medical care. When Might Sunburn Require Medical Attention? Consult […]

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27
Feb 15

Is There Help For Seasonal Allergies?

Seasonal allergies, the body’s response to airborne particles such as pollen or mold, generally rise during the times of year when certain trees, grasses, weeds or plants are in flower, or when mold releases its spores into the air. The Lone Star State is home to many allergy-inducing trees and grasses. In Texas we live […]

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28
Jan 15

The Most Effective Way To Prevent Measles Is Through Immunization!

Measles is a highly contagious disease caused by a virus. It spreads through the air through coughing and sneezing. The incubation period ranges from 5-21 days. Measles starts with a fever, runny nose, cough, red eyes, and sore throat, and is followed by a rash that spreads all over the body. About three out of […]

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