Urgent Care Blog

MD Now® Urgent Care Gets to the Heart of the Matter

Most people associate February with Valentine’s Day, but there’s an even more important heart that should be in the spotlight—yours. February is American Heart Month, which is the perfect time to focus on all things heart-related. The heart is one of your most vital organs, pumping about 2,000 gallons of blood every day and delivering blood to nearly every cell in your body. Despite extensive research, heart… Read More

COVID-19 in 2023: What Now?

As we begin 2023, it’s safe to say the rules for COVID-19 have changed. Required mask-wearing and social distancing are largely a thing of the past. People have returned to crowded shopping malls, sold-out stadiums, and busy workplaces in droves. However, COVID-19 is still present. Despite all the progress we’ve made in fighting COVID-19 through vaccines, boosters, and treatments, the virus is still a threat… Read More

Worried About Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)? MD Now Can Help You Breathe Easier

Watching your child struggle to breathe is a scary experience for any parent—but it’s happening more and more every day, due to a significant surge in respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases across the nation. The combination of COVID-19, flu, and now RSV continues to fill doctor’s offices and hospitals with anxious parents and sick kids. Adults can also get RSV, although the symptoms are usually mild… Read More

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Staying Healthy After the Hurricane

The storm may be over, but recovery is just beginning. Hurricane Ian devastated parts of Southwest and Central Florida, leaving many health dangers in its wake. Here are some post-hurricane health and safety tips for you and your family: Stay Out of Floodwater Floodwater contains many things that can harm your health, including chemicals, dead animals, human waste, animal waste, and other germ-filled… Read More

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