Urgent Care Blog

How to Handle Tinnitus, the Ringing in Your Ears

Do you have an ongoing ringing sound in your ears when no external noise is present? Then you’ve experienced tinnitus. It’s a surprisingly common condition suffered by 45 million people in the United States, and is typically more widespread for people aged 60 and over. Tinnitus is merely irritating for most of its sufferers, but can be incredibly troublesome for those with severe ringing in ears. People often… Read More

Score Winning Advice on Sports Injury Prevention

The arrival of warmer weather makes many people immediately spring into sports, but their enthusiasm can cause them to suffer a sports injury. According to experts in sports injury treatment, most people have not used their muscles throughout the cooler fall and winter months, so their bodies are not prepared for this sudden athletic activity. As a result, they can experience a painful injury that keeps them… Read More

Mosquito Bites May Bug You Earlier This Year

  Expect mosquito season to arrive early this year and leave residents at greater risk for both the annoyance and the various types of viruses they bring. In fact, some experts are predicting that this year’s mosquito season will be worse than ever. This has put health officials on high alert about the presence of invasive species of mosquitoes carrying dangerous viruses like West Nile and Zika. At MD Now, we… Read More

Spring Into Action for Seasonal Allergy Relief

Spring brings warmer weather and colorful flowers, along with the sneezing, runny nose, and itchy eyes of severe seasonal allergies. Around 50 million people in the United States suffer from allergies every year. But these allergies are more than a seasonal nuisance and are actually the sixth leading cause of chronic illness. In some parts of the country, springtime allergies begin as early as February and leave… Read More