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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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Relieving Unbearable Sinus Pressure

When your sinuses become inflamed or clogged, breathing through your nose becomes a whole ordeal. Your face will suddenly feel heavy, you might experience headaches, and your eyes may feel swollen and tender. Sounds unpleasant, doesn’t it?...

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Quick and Easy Tips for Soothing Coughs

Whenever we get a minor illness like a cough, we often turn to OTCs to help soothe our symptoms. But not everyone is fond of using medicines. Family Urgent Care is here to give a few remedies that you may want to try out: Put moisture in the...

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How to Prevent Running Injuries

With gyms closing down due to COVID-19, more and more people have taken to the outside to exercise and workout. Whether you’ve only recently taken up running or have been running for years, it’s important to remember that running can have...

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Migraines: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

A migraine is a complex neurological condition, often characterized by intense headaches that can be crippling enough to upend everyday life. Beyond this, researchers haven’t yet identified a single cause for migraines. What is known...

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