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Hospitals and Urgent Cares Around the Country Seeing Many Injuries This Summer

Hospitals and Urgent Cares Around the Country Seeing Many Injuries This Summer

Although summer can be a time for fun, it’s also the time of year when people are more likely to get hurt. “There’s a statistically significant increase in injuries when the weather…

Parents and Communities Question the Absence of Athletic Trainers in Maryland Schools

Parents and Communities Question the Absence of Athletic Trainers in Maryland Schools

According to a recent survey conducted by Capital News Service, only four of Maryland’s 24 public school districts employ full-time athletic trainers to help with high school athletes. Including part-time…

Michigan Library Closes Indefinitely, Thanks to Bed Bug Infestation

Michigan Library Closes Indefinitely, Thanks to Bed Bug Infestation

A Michigan library closed after search dogs made a troubling discovery: the Warren, MI library was infested with bed bugs. “Mayor Jim Fouts said an insect resembling a bedbug was…

New Online Network In New Jersey Aims To Prevent Dental Health Tragedies

New Online Network In New Jersey Aims To Prevent Dental Health Tragedies

An 18 year old is dead after what should have been a routine wisdom tooth extraction. According to Fox News, “18-year-old Benjamin LaMontagne, who attended Cheverus High School, contracted necrotizing…

For Pregnant Women, Dental Health is Especially Important to Maintain

For Pregnant Women, Dental Health is Especially Important to Maintain

The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that children and adults alike go to the dentist at least once every six months to ensure that their teeth and gums stay healthy,…

Affordable Care Act Reforms, Market Realities Force New Jersey Hospitals to Join the Urgent Care Industry

Affordable Care Act Reforms, Market Realities Force New Jersey Hospitals to Join the Urgent Care Industry

Hackensack University Health Network and The Valley Hospital, both healthcare systems in New Jersey, are taking steps to diversify their networks in hopes of weathering the ever more volatile storm…

New Study Shows Increase in ER and Urgent Care Visits for Working Parents with Sick Kids

New Study Shows Increase in ER and Urgent Care Visits for Working Parents with Sick Kids

A new study by University of Michigan researchers has found that a considerable number of parents whose sick children were excluded from child care choose to visit emergency rooms or…

Electrotherapy May Be The Answer to Dental Phobia, Researchers Say

Electrotherapy May Be The Answer to Dental Phobia, Researchers Say

“Scientists believe sending tiny electrical currents into the brain could help solve people’s terrifying phobia of the dentist,” Express reports. “Experts said a handheld device which transmits cranial electrotherapy stimulation (CES) reduced…

Anti-Aging Dentistry: The Latest Technique to Set Back the Clock on Your Skin

Anti-Aging Dentistry: The Latest Technique to Set Back the Clock on Your Skin

If you’d like your skin to appear more youthful, you no longer have to turn to cosmetic surgery or Botox. According to TheHealthSite.com, dentists in New York City and Los Angeles…

Study Says ADHD Mothers More Likely to Have ADHD Children

Study Says ADHD Mothers More Likely to Have ADHD Children

Is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) something that certain individuals are genetically predisposed toward having? According to a recent study published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, the answer…