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What is The Cause of My Pharyngitis?

Pharyngitis, which some know as a ‘sore throat,’ is inflammation of the pharynx and usually occurs at the back of the throat. Pharyngitis is easily treatable, but it does cause mild discomfort such as severe itchiness. The inflammation can also make it difficult to swallow certain foods and liquids. Pharyngitis stems from different bacterial and …

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COVID-19 Safety Protocols For Your Household

The surprising COVID-19 pandemic has continued to go on far longer than many of us had anticipated. It can be easy to become overwhelmed by the situation, and “COVID fatigue” means many people are loosening up on following safety protocols. It is vital to remember that the virus is not gone and remaining vigilant in …

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Planning a Safe Halloween for Your Family

Halloween is quickly approaching, and this year things are going to look a little different. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is affecting all aspects of life this year, including how holidays can be celebrated. Since Halloween involves a lot of high-risk activities and exposure to others, seeking out safer alternatives can help you stay safe this …

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Learning the Differences Between COVID-19 & The Flu

With flu season quickly approaching and the COVID-19 pandemic with no end in sight, learning the differences between the two viruses can be critical to getting the correct diagnosis and treatment if you fall ill during the fall or winter. The novel coronavirus and the influenza virus are both upper respiratory infections, which can appear …

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Flu Prevention Tips for Fall

The flu virus reaches epidemic proportions almost every year between late fall and winter, with millions of cases diagnosed each year and up to 60,000 casualties. Hundreds of thousands of patients are hospitalized due to severe symptoms and complications each flu season. The flu virus is highly contagious and peaks between December and March. Luckily, …

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