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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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Should You Take Your Child to Urgent Care or to the Emergency Room?
As a parent, there are few things worse than knowing that your child is sick or hurt. When your pediatrician’s office is closed, an urgent care center such as Integrity Urgent Care can be a much more cost-effective option than the emergency room. Urgent Care centers are open in the evenings and on weekends, and your child can be seen without an appointment.
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Accidental Pediatric Overdose

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Accidental Pediatric Overdose
Accidental overdosing is easier than you think. Majority of the time, a very tired, sleep deprived mom or dad is trying to reduce fever or help a child feel better, and the directions on the box are not that specific. It only takes once for harmful effects to happen to your child, and it could potentially be damaging. A recent study put out by New York University found that 80% of parents have made dosing errors and most of those were when dosing was in a cup as opposed to a syringe. Signs or sy...
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