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Month: February 2016

What We Treat: Swimmer's Ear

Swimmer’s ear is a bacterial infection found in the outer ear canal, typically developed after swimming. This bacteria is common in water and soil, which, while innocuous, can induce a host of painful and aggravating symptoms. Swimmer’s ear’s symptoms include: Liquid build-up and drainage in ear – produces hollow, popping sound Redness inside of ear …

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What We Treat: Swimmer’s Ear

Swimmer’s ear is a bacterial infection found in the outer ear canal, typically developed after swimming. This bacteria is common in water and soil, which, while innocuous, can induce a host of painful and aggravating symptoms. Swimmer’s ear’s symptoms include: Liquid build-up and drainage in ear – produces hollow, popping sound Redness inside of ear …

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What We Treat: Strep Throat

Winter marks the time of the year with the worst weather and highest prevalence of viruses and infections. Most common during the winter are sicknesses such as influenza, the common cold, norovirus and strep throat. Unlike the other three aforementioned illnesses, all of which are viral infections, strep throat is a bacterial infection. Strep throat is caused …

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Watch Out for Zika Virus this February Vacation

One reason why many of us embark on tropical vacation getaways during the dead of winter is to escape the hazards and perils of the year’s most frigid season. Unfortunately, the Zika virus, which has recently spread as far north as the Caribbean, may make our winter travels a bit perilous this year. The Zika virus is transmitted predominantly …

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What We Treat: Dehydration

Dehydration is easily recognizable during the summer. It often accompanies over-exhaustion and overheating, which are frequently triggered by the hot summer temperatures. Dehydration isn’t just a summer affliction, however. Each winter, people die as a result of dehydration – often because they failed to recognize the symptoms. The dry winter air rapidly dehydrates us while our bodies tirelessly work to …

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