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Regular Screening Prevents Cervical Cancer

Last year, approximately 14,480 women in the United States were diagnosed with cervical cancer. By identifying pre-cancer or cancer in its early stages, you can increase your rate of survival. When cancer cell growth starts in the cervix, it is called cervical cancer.  When cervical cancer is detected in its early ...

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Why Choose a Freestanding ER vs. a Traditional Hospital ER?

In a medical emergency, time is of the essence and you most likely won’t have the chance to investigate where you can find the best emergency care, nor research hospitals. This is why it’s essential to be prepared – it’s important to know where you will go during a ...

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When to Go to the Emergency Room for Diverticulitis

Diverticulitis is a potentially serious condition that occurs when pockets of diverticula form in the colon and then become inflamed. These pockets can cause serious pain in the abdomen and can have deadly consequences if not treated properly and promptly. While it is common for this condition to be ...

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Difference Between a Freestanding Emergency Room and a Hospital Emergency Room

A freestanding emergency room has all the benefits of a hospital based emergency room. Both freestanding emergency rooms and hospital-based emergency rooms provide high-quality care and make use of high-quality technology. Both are also able to treat the same kinds of emergency conditions. Both also operate 24 hours a day, ...

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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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