How Urgent Care Centers And Emergency Rooms Differ

Posted on: 19 December 2019
Urgent care centers are becoming more common in many locations all over the United States. Many people find these facilities come in very handy if a mild or moderate medical issue occurs. However, urgent care centers are not exactly the same as the emergency department of a hospital. These are some ways these two medical facilities differ. Business Hours Urgent care centers are normally open for business every day of the week.
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What You Need To Know About Dysphagia Surgery

Posted on: 19 December 2019
Dysphagia is a condition where the patient has difficulty swallowing liquids, food, or both. You might have trouble initiating the swallowing process, or the substance you're swallowing might feel like it's stuck in your throat or chest. Depending on the underlying causes of your dysphagia, your ENT may suggest that you have surgery to remedy whatever is preventing you from comfortably swallowing. Here's what you need to know if you or a loved one are facing dysphagia surgery.
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Some Problems Your Feet Might Develop As You Age And How To Deal With Them

Posted on: 18 December 2019
You've probably dealt with foot pain occasionally throughout the years. If you wear shoes that are too tight or if you're on your feet all day, your feet may be tired and sore until they've recovered. As you get older, your foot problems may become more common. That's because issues that come with age, such as dry skin or poor circulation can affect your feet. Here are some problems you might develop as you get older and how to deal with them.
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Having A Healthy Pregnancy When You Have Addison's Disease

Posted on: 18 December 2019
Having Addison's disease doesn't mean that you can't have a normal pregnancy. If you've had the rare autoimmune disease for a while, and have been managing it well, then your pregnancy should go well. However, you should be aware of a few things and may need to make a few changes to ensure that both you and the baby stay healthy. Here are some questions and answers about pregnancy and Addison's disease to help you maintain a healthy pregnancy and, in the end, have a healthy baby.
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