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Month: March 2019

How to Treat, Manage, and Prevent Sports Injuries

Did you know that sports injuries account for nearly 3.2 million visits to the emergency room (ER) annually? In addition, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) finds that sports-related injuries are the leading cause of ER visits among children between the ages of 12 and 17. Sports injuries are common and especially within youth athletics …

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Ear Infections 101: How to Manage Infections and Get Treatment

Ear infections are extremely common among young children but also affect adults. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) estimate that close to 34 out 100 children each year require a provider visit for an ear infection. Additionally, that number roughly doubles for children 2 years old or younger. For adults, ear infections can come at …

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How to Start an Occupational Medicine Program

Occupational medicine programs are one of the most effective ways to maintain healthy and happy employees for businesses both large and small. Not only does it keep your employees healthy, but it works to protect you from employee shortages and potential workers compensation claims from sick or injured employees. While occupational medicine could be a …

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How to Manage Treatment for Common STDs

As discussed in our previous blog, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) have unique risk factors for different types of people. While most STDs are preventable, millions of adults in the U.S will likely have at least one common STD. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), over two million adults in the United States will …

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10 Common STD Facts and Key Differences Between Men and Women

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and infections (STIs) affect millions of men and women every year and lead to significant healthcare risks and complications if left untreated. According to the CDC, the most common STDs in the United States include gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis. Over 1.7 million people in the U.S reported a chlamydia infection in …

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