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The Burning Truth About Summer Injuries

Summertime and the living is painful if you don’t practice safety in the sun. From sunburns and jellyfish stings, to tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow, your risk of injury rises with the temperature as you spend more time outdoors. But just because the elements increase your chance of accidents doesn’t mean you can’t play in the sun and still play it safe. Whether you plan to be on the sand, in the sea, or in… Read More

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The New Urgent Care Option in Margate

  When you or a family member suddenly becomes sick or suffers an injury, where do you turn for healthcare? Today, many people answer: “My neighborhood urgent care.” Emergency rooms continue to be overcrowded and expensive, while primary care physicians’ hours simply don’t always accommodate the timing of a surprise illness or injury. The popularity of urgent care centers is rising across the nation… Read More

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Parents Rely on MD Now Urgent Care

Parenting Plus Magazine — the resource for today’s growing families, called upon MD Now Urgent Care CEO and Chief Medical Officer Peter Lamelas, M.D. for an April article that would help parents discern when a child with pink eye should have medical treatment. You can read this latest article on page 6 of the current issue, now found on newsstands. To read the complete issue, pick it up today or read it online… Read More

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All Eyes on Pink Eye: NBC Sportscaster has World Talking about Conjunctivitis

Hockey rink ankle fractures and knee injuries from the ski slopes often take Olympic center stage at this time, but in Sochi all eyes have been focused on pink eye. The eye condition sidelined NBC sportscaster Bob Costas for a few Olympic broadcasts and set the world talking about conjunctivitis – the medical term for what is commonly known as  “pink eye.” Viewers first noticed something amiss on Monday night… Read More

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