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    Signs Of A Concussion
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    How To Tell If You Have A Concussion

    A concussion is an injury to the brain. A concussion results from a sudden hit or a blow to the head. Concussions can also occur when the head suddenly jolts back and forth. Up to 3.8 million concussions occur each year in the United States. The most common causes of these injuries include car accidents,…

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    Urgent Care For Elderly People
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    What To Do If You Fall: Urgent Care For Falls

    Whether you’re at home or somewhere else, a sudden fall can be startling and upsetting. Falls are the most common cause of injury among those aged 65 and over. 50% of falls occur at home. Falls can lead to serious injuries. They are a common cause of concussions and broken bones. You should always take…

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    Statcare Treats Concussions From Falls
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    5 First Aid Tips For A Suspected Fracture

    Whether you are playing a sport or rock climbing, if someone around you has an injury that you suspect might be a fracture, it is important to act promptly. Fractures can cause intense pain and swelling. By following the correct steps before seeking help, you can avoid further injury. Before getting the person to our…

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    laceration example showing stitches
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    Do I Need Stitches? Find Out How To Tell

    What is a laceration? Lacerations are cuts on the skin. A sharp object, such as a glass or razer produces incisions. Lacerations are blunter and irregular.  Not all lacerations need stitches. Therefore, you can care for small lacerations right at home. Home Care You can clean small lacerations at home. Just cover them with a…

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    alcohol glass
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    What is excessive alcohol use? 7 strategies to help you cut back or stop drinking!

    Drinking too much alcohol increases your risk of injuries, violence, drowning, liver disease and some types of cancer. therefore, this April during Alcohol Awareness Month, Statcare Urgent Medical Care encourages you to educate yourself and your loved ones about the dangers of drinking too much. To spread the word and prevent alcohol abuse in our…

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