Urgent Care Blog

How to Avoid Common Spring Break Injuries

  Spring break can be a great way to de-stress and have fun after a long winter of studying. Just make sure your fun doesn’t end with a preventable injury that sends you on an unplanned trip to the emergency room. By taking a few simple precautions, you can make the most of your time away, while protecting your own safety and the safety of others. Preparing for a Safe and Enjoyable Trip Before you leave, check to… Read More

Loving Self-Health on Valentine’s Day

There's something about holidays and health problems. It may be the stress of living up to the pressure of the day, or the fact that drinking tends to increase during these times of the year. Whether or not Valentine's Day holds special meaning for you and a certain someone, it's a good day to reflect on the truest love of all - loving thyself and your health. We want you to avoid a visit to a healthcare provider on… Read More

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6 Common Eye Conditions That Can Cause Blindness

It's Glaucoma Awareness Month. Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of vision loss and blindness in the United States. Become your own eye health advocate by getting to know the signs of Glaucoma, and other conditions that have the potential to cause temporary or permanent vision loss if left undiagnosed and untreated. Diseases and Conditions That Can Cause Blindness:  Primarily, most cases of blindness and… Read More

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How Workplace Drug Testing Makes for a Safer Working Environment

Why Do Workplaces Drug Test?  A drug-free workplace promotes a safe and healthy environment for both the employees and employers. While all federal, state, and private employees can be subjected to drug testing, a few industries where safety is especially paramount, are required to perform drug testing by federal law. These industries include transportation, contractors for NASA, The Department of Defense, and… Read More