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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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Helpful Home Remedies for Skin Rashes

It doesn’t matter what the cause is, rashes are annoyingly itchy. As a walk-in clinic, we may prescribe certain antihistamines, lotions, or creams for relief, depending on the cause of the rash. So, it is best to have it checked first. But...

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Helping Your Manage Your Allergy Symptoms

Allergy is a reaction your body has to a particular food or substance. It is when your body overreacts to allergens that cause sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, itching, and swollen eyes. Some allergies may go away as you grow older, but some...

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When to Choose Urgent Care Over ER

Are you confused about whether you go to urgent care or an emergency room (ER)? How do you know if you need one of these facilities but not the other? Don’t bother yourself on whether urgent is synonymous with an emergency. You have to find...

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What You Should Know About Ankle Sprain Treatments

First, your primary doctor or a health professional from urgent care in Columbus, Ohio will get all the possible information about your injury. Next, the physician will provide a diagnosis based on the assessment. And then, he or she will...

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Foods That May Help Reduce Allergies

An allergen, or a substance that can trigger an allergic reaction in us, comes in different forms. One of which is food. Yes, there may be certain foods you are allergic to and more often than not, these may trigger nasal allergies or other...

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Rashes in Adults: When to Seek Immediate Care

All rashes may look the same and seem easily treatable with OTC medicines to the untrained eye. But this is not always the case, according to dermatologists. Rashes may appear as welts, blotches, or blisters on the skin and they may be...

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