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Holiday Travel Safety Tips
In 2016, 103 million Americans (nearly one third of the population) traveled for the year-end holidays between December 23rd and January 2nd. Are you leaving town this holiday season? Be sure to stay safe with these tips!
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Integrity Urgent Care First Aid Handbook - The Flu
Influenza (also known as the flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by a group of viruses. It is usually relatively mild, but it can be severe and can rarely even lead to death. The flu is often mistaken for a cold, but is not the same thing. This guide will help you determine whether you or your child has the flu and when to seek medical attention.
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Avoid Food Poisoning this Thanksgiving!
The day after Thanksgiving is the second-busiest day of the year for urgent care clinics (the day after Christmas is the busiest). 47% more people than average come in with gastrointestinal issues, many of which could have been prevented with proper food handling and cooking. The turkey is often the culprit. Follow these tips to safely prepare your turkey this Thanksgiving.
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Integrity Urgent Care Health Handbook – Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease
Hand, foot, and mouth disease is a virus (sometimes referred to as the coxsackievirus), that commonly affects children under the age of five. Occasionally, older children and adults can be affected as well. Although hand, foot, and mouth disease can be incredibly uncomfortable for your child, it is rarely serious, and complications are very rare. Because it is a virus, there is no cure, but treatment can help ease his or her symptoms.
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