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When To Go To The Emergency Room For Abdominal Pain

Stomach pain can be caused by a number of factors. Some types of stomach pain require immediate medical intervention, some don’t. In fact, statistics show that over 15% of all emergency room visits for abdominal pain are categorized as a “serious condition”. So how does one know when to ...

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When to Go to the Emergency Room for Back Pain

Back pain is a very common problem that affects almost everybody. It may be a simple and common complaint among many, but there are times when back pain becomes a symptom of a serious underlying condition. So how do we know if our backache warrants a visit to the ...

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Concussions: Urgent Care or Emergency Room?

Concussions are a serious problem in the United States. In 2010, concussions—either by themselves or combined with other injuries—were responsible for about 2.5 million visits to hospitals and emergency rooms, as well as deaths. The average death toll per year stands at about 50,000 people. Among people aged 15 ...

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Broken Bones: Urgent care or Emergency room?

In the United States, about 1.5 million Americans suffer broken bones every year caused by osteoporosis alone—that figure does not even include other equally possible causes like bone cancer, osteogenesis imperfecta, or the more traditional cause which is the result of high force impact or stress. In the world ...

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