Monthly Archives: February 2014

How to Identify and Treat Depression

According to the CDC, 10% of American adults suffer from depression. Considering the health risks associated with depression, such as heart disease, diabetes, and suicide, this is a staggering number. Fortunately, there are ways to identify and treat depression. By

Three Reasons to Visit an Urgent Care Center

Did you know that nearly half of all adult ER patients are not actually sick enough to be admitted to the hospital? As a result, the urgent care movement, which began in the 1970s, has grown exponentially. Since urgent care

How to Protect Your Kids From Vision Problems

Nearly three-quarters of American adults sport either eyeglasses or corrective contact lenses to help improve their vision, so says Statistic Brain. When you look around the professional realm and see the myriad trendy frames that have become quite fashionable today,

Get the Medical Attention You Need Without the Wait

Like many people, you have probably always scheduled your child’s school physicals with his or her pediatrician. This usually ensures that the doctor will know your child’s medical history, and can readily respond to any medical concerns you might have