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Acute Disease Management

Urinary Tract Infections

A urinary tract infection, or UTI, is an infection of any part of the urinary tract, such as the urethra, bladder, ureters, or kidneys. UTIs usually begin in the lower regions of the urinary tract, which are susceptible to bacterial contamination. It is important to seek treatment for a UTI, as untreated UTIs can spread,…

Kidney Infections

The kidneys are two of the body’s most vital organs. They are responsible for filtering waste from the blood and producing hormones that keep the body in balance. When a kidney disorder develops, it can put these two vital organs at risk of damage. Sudden loss of kidney function is known as acute renal failure…

Renal Colic Problems

Renal colic is intense pain caused in your lower back and side by kidney stones. Many people describe it as the worst pain they’ve ever felt in their life. It typically comes and goes quickly, but intensifies over time. Renal colic is caused when your urethra is blocked. The blockage usually is the result of…

Skin Rashes

The skin is the body’s largest organ and is made of many layers. It is sensitive to both internal and external irritants and may become inflamed, infected, or injured when exposed to certain substances or extreme heat. Millions of Americans develop rashes, skin infections, and burns every year – many prompting visits to urgent care…

Stomach Illness

The gastro-intestinal system is a complex set of organs responsible for digestion, nutritional absorption, and waste elimination. Symptoms of gastro-intestinal disease or inflammation are hard to miss. Many people suffer from chronic constipation, diarrhea and abdominal cramping, yet they are unaware of the cause for their discomfort. Unfortunately, there is a direct correlation between GI health…

Ear And Sinus Infections

It’s the middle of the night, and your child has awakened you crying. Nothing you’ve tried is consoling her, and you notice she is pulling at her ears. Could she be suffering from an ear infection? Most ear infections are caused by a bacterial accumulation in the middle ear. These infections cause fluid to build…

Pneumonia

Recurrent Pneumonia and Respiratory Tract Infections Nearly all children have respiratory infections from time to time, which are some of the most common causes of pediatric doctor and hospital visits. Usually, they are caused by viral infections or bacterial infections. However, some children develop recurrent infections, which may be a sign of an underlying pulmonary…

Walking Pneumonia

Recurrent Pneumonia and Respiratory Tract Infections Nearly all children have respiratory infections from time to time, which are some of the most common causes of pediatric doctor and hospital visits. Usually, they are caused by viral infections or bacterial infections. However, some children develop recurrent infections, which may be a sign of an underlying pulmonary…

Herpes and Chlamydia Treatments

Herpes and chlamydia are two of the most common STD’s out there. If you’re sexually active, you’re at risk for an STD. While condoms are the best way to prevent contraction of an STD, they’re not 100 percent effect. All sexually active individuals should be regularly tested for STDs. Genital Herpes Genital herpes is caused…

Food Poisoning Treatment

Food poisoning is perhaps one of the greatest fears people may have. Although typically associated with eating a meal at a restaurant, many cases of food poisoning are caused at home due to cross contamination. As an example, this happens when you use the same knife to cut chicken as you do to cut lettuce.…