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Holiday Injury Prevention Tips

For many Americans, Thanksgiving is an important holiday which brings family and friends together. Unfortunately, this holiday is also when Physicians Premier sees a surge in cases involving preventable injuries. We want everyone to have a safe and happy Thanksgiving this year. Please read on to learn more about ...

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What is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)?

Have you – or a loved one – been suffering from shortness of breath? Does your condition make it difficult for you to do normal everyday activities? You may dismiss it as merely a sign that you are getting older, however, it is essential for you to discuss your ...

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Thanksgiving Cooking Safety Tips

Thanksgiving marks the official start of the Holiday Season, and it is just around the corner! Everyone is looking forward to Thanksgiving since it is a wonderful time to gather with family and friends, travel to visit loved ones and enjoy delicious food. However, the holidays also bring with ...

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The Risk of Long ER Wait Times

The average emergency room patient in Texas waits over 4 hours until they’re admitted. Long ER wait times are not only frustrating for those seeking emergency care, but they also pose a serious danger. The overcrowding crisis of hospital-based ERs is an undeniable threat to public health. Wait times are especially long during Sunday ...

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Head Injury in Children

As kids explore the world, they are prone to everyday bumps and bruises. However, head injuries in children must be taken seriously and approached correctly to ensure the best possible outcome. In this article, we’ll share important information about children’s head injuries and how to prevent serious long-term impacts. What Is ...

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Ways to a Healthy Liver

Liver health is vital for our overall wellness, but it’s something that many people do not know much about. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that nearly 4.5 million people in the United States deal with liver disease. What makes this figure more staggering is that most liver ...

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National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month

About 284,000 people in the United States live with spinal cord injuries. The spine has many functions. It holds us upright and helps us twist, turn, and bend. It protects all nerves passing messages between our brain and body. However, most of us barely think twice about our spines until ...

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Top Food Safety Tips

September is National Food Safety Month, and now is a perfect time to increase awareness of food safety education. According to researchers, there are over 250 foodborne illnesses present in the world today. These can cause a wide variety of symptoms from mild to life-threatening in humans. The best way to ...

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Safety Tips on Child Passenger Safety Week

Did you know that two children were killed every day in 2019 due to car accidents? It’s an unfortunate fact that vehicular crashes are the leading cause of death in children 13 years of age or even younger. This statistic should encourage all parents to do more in the name of ...

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Sports Eye Safety Tips

Every year, approximately 8.6 million sports injuries occur in the United States. Eye injuries make up a significant portion of those injuries. The good news is that sports eye injuries are entirely preventable. Wearing protective eyewear can prevent 90% of potential injuries. Read on for a comprehensive guide to eye injury prevention. Explore ...

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