Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease on the Rise

Baby playing with feet

Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease on the Rise This summer has seen a significant increase in hand-foot-and-mouth disease cases in several U.S. states. True to its name, the mild but highly contagious illness is characterized by a rash and sores in the mouth and on the hands and feet, and is often accompanied by a fever. The illness […]

Рrісklу Неаt Rаsh

Happy Children Swimmers

Рrісklу hеаt, аlsо knоwn аs mіlіаrіа оr hеаt rаsh, іs а skіn соndіtіоn thаt оссurs іn hоt аnd humіd wеаthеr соndіtіоns whеn smаll раrtісlеs оf swеаt blосk thе swеаt glаnds саusіng а rаsh tо арреаr оn а fеw bоdіlу аrеаs. Іt саn аffесt реорlе оf аnу аgе, but іnfаnts аnd сhіldrеn аrе еsресіаllу susсерtіblе tо […]

Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy Leaves

Poison ivy is a plant that’s found on four different continents on our planet, and it’s the only cause of poison ivy rash. The poison ivy plant has a sap that contains an oil known as urushiol which is the primary irritant causing the allergic rash and reactions. Touching or brushing against the plant or […]

Treating Back Pain

Lady with back pain

Treating Back Pain Back pain is a common ailment that can arise from a number of different causes, including accidents, muscle strains, spine structure problems, sports injuries, and poor posture. Most causes of back pain are not major concerns, but certain symptoms may indicate a serious problem. See one of our expert physicians at Physicians […]

Do you have an upper respiratory tract infection?

Upper Respiratory Infection

Upper respiratory tract infections (URIs) are typically caused by a viral infection (in approximately .5 – 2% of cases it is caused by a bacterial infection) and affect the nose, throat, and airways. URIs are among the most common reasons for a visit to the doctor and, on average, infect around 300 million Americans per […]

Colorectal Cancer Awareness

Colon Cancer Doctor talking to a man

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States and a leading cause of death from cancer. This cancer affects all racial and ethnic groups and is most often found in people ages 50 and older. The best way to prevent colorectal cancer is to get screened regularly starting […]

STD Testing

STD Testing

Reserve Your Time   Should I Get Tested for an STD? If you’re sexually active (or planning to be), it’s always a good idea to get tested. Even if you’re in a monogamous relationship. The better question to ask is, “How often should I get tested?” And deciding whether or not to get tested shouldn’t […]

Cervical Health Awareness

Woman holding a flower

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. Physicians Immediate Care wants you to know that there’s a lot you can do to prevent cervical cancer. About 20 million Americans currently have HPV (human papillomavirus), the most common sexually transmitted disease. HPV is one of the leading causes of cervical cancer. The good news? HPV can be […]

5 Tips For A Stronger Immune System This Winter

woman sneezing

Take Care Of Your Immune System   Your immune system is vital year around, but doubly so for fighting off germs during cold and flu season. Use our 5 point checklist to keep you sneeze-free! So it’s that time of year, again, when germs seem to be at their peak, and practically everyone gets sick […]

Southwestern Turkey Salad in Avocado Bowl

leftover turkey recipe

The best part of hosting a Thanksgiving dinner is the leftovers! Here is a deliciously healthy recipe using leftover turkey – or chicken will work well too. Southwestern Turkey Salad in Avocado Bowl Prep Time 15 mins / Serves 4 2 cups cooked turkey, shredded 2/3 cup greek yogurt 3 tablespoons chunky salsa 1 tablespoon […]

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