Concentra Urgent Care

Concentra Urgent Care

Concentra is a national healthcare company that provides prompt, effective care to injured employees, and urgent care services to the communities it serves.

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6 Ways Camping Improves Health & Circadian Rhythm | Wellness Mama

Can camping improve your sleep? Check out this study! Albert Einstein famously said: "Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." In today's fast-paced world of screens and schedules, we often miss the importance of reconnecting with nature and its many benefits. A few minutes in nature on a hike or even just sitting outside... 05/28/2017

NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness | Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and one key way you can show support is by discussing with others the importance of seeking help. Show support with NAMI by participating in several annual mental health awareness events. Learn more about the events. 05/26/2017

4 Things to Do After Getting Stung by a Jellyfish

Coming into contact with a jellyfish isn't very common, but it does happen. Here are some ways to help if you, or someone you are with, gets stung by a jellyfish. Nothing ruins a perfect day at the beach like a jellyfish sting, but quick action can help diminish the symptoms. Here, Health's contributing medical editor, Dr. Raj, shares four tips on what to do-plus what not to do-should you or a loved one have a run-in with a jelly. 05/25/2017

8 Sunscreen Mistakes You're Probably Making

We love that the weather is warming up; however, the more time we spend outside, the more important it is that we use sunscreen - the right way. Find out if you've been using sunscreen correctly by checking out these 8 common sunscreen mistakes. The first sunscreen mistake is not wearing any. By now, we all know spending too much time in the sun can increase risk for both skin cancer (the most common of all cancers) and premature skin aging. On top of that, a new Australian study out this week found daily sunscreen use could slow skin aging... 05/22/2017

5 Causes Of Black Toenails-And When You Should See A Doctor ASAP

If your toenail begins to darken, it is most likely from running or another activity that bruised it. On the other hand, it could also be a more serious issue that requires a visit to the doctor. Don't risk it! Many runners are familiar (read: all too familiar) with the black toenail. The condition involves bruising, blistering or bleeding beneath the nail from repetitive trauma, either of the top of the shoe banging against the nail or the toe slamming into the end of the shoe. 05/21/2017

Skin Cancer Awareness Month Tips from The Skin Cancer Foundation

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S.; and, because May is Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month, this is a great time to spread the word about the causes and ways to prevent this deadly disease. Be sure to follow the guidelines that the Skin Cancer Foundation has provided in order to stay sun-safe. New York, NY (April 29, 2015) - Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the US, and each year there are more new cases of skin cancer than the combined incidence of breast, prostate, lung and colon cancer. Skin cancer can affect anyone, regardless of skin color, gender or age. 05/19/2017

10 Ways to Ease Back Pain

With warmer weather it's common to start working in the yard; however, sometimes gardening and yard work has it's consequences - back pain. Here are a few tips to reduce the discomfort. Suffering from severe back pain? Read on for back pain relief methods to relieve lower back pain completely. 05/18/2017

Exercise 'keeps the mind sharp' in over-50s, study finds - BBC News

Studies show that moderate exercise a few times a week is better than nothing! Doing moderate exercise several times a week is the best way to keep the mind sharp if you're over 50, research suggests. Thinking and memory skills were most improved when people exercised the heart and muscles on a regular basis, a review of 39 studies found. 05/14/2017

The Zika Virus in 2017: Where Is It Safe to Travel?

If you plan on traveling this year, get your travel vaccinations early and educate yourself on current viruses to be avoided, such as the Zika Virus. Since entering the public health spotlight during the 2016 Rio Olympics, the Zika virus has become a major concern for travelers everywhere. You've likely seen images of workers spraying pesticides and the devastating effects the virus can have on the youngest members of our society. 05/12/2017

5 Ways To Keep Ticks Out Of Your Yard

If you have a backyard with grass and plants, you may want to keep an eye out for ticks. Although ticks may likely be found in your lawn, there are ways to keep them out. Keep ticks out of your yard and away from you and your family with these tips and tricks. 05/08/2017

7 Common Causes of Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis affects many people and it is generally out of their control. Here are 7 common reasons why Osteoarthritis might be affecting you. Osteoarthritis (OA) is a degenerative joint condition that affects as many as 27 million Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The condition is an inflammation. It occurs when the cartilage that cushions the joints wears away. Cartilage is a buffer of sorts th... 05/07/2017

Walk Your Way to Better Brain Health?

The more you walk, the more blood flows to your brain! Simply taking a walk every day could give you a healthier brain. By Mary Elizabeth Dallas HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, April 24, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Just put one foot in front of the other and you'll boost your brain at the same time. That's the conclusion of a small study that found the impact of a foot while walking sends pressure waves through the arteries ... 05/05/2017

National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

It's National Physical Fitness and Sports Month and the goal is to spread awareness about the health benefits of being active. Get out and start moving today! May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, designated in 1983 by the President's Council on Fitness to promote healthy lifestyles among all Americans and improve our quality of life. 05/04/2017

8 Ways to Treat & Avoid Athlete's Foot

Getting a fungal infection can be very frustrating. Here are 8 ways to get rid of the infection, while also preventing it from occurring again. You don't have to be an athlete to get athletes foot. Officially known as "tinea pedis," this uncomfortable condition is a fungal infection that typically causes itchiness between and around toes, scaly or cracked/peeling patches of skin, dryness on the bottoms or sides of feet, and thick... 05/01/2017

How to Make a First Aid Kit for Camping

Camping season has started and if you are someone who likes to be out in the woods for a couple days, or to just go hiking, here are some ideas for items you should pack in your first aid kit. Almost everyone needs a first aid kit at some point. If you're planning a camping trip, it is vital to your well-being to have a travel-appropriate first aid kit. The ideal first aid kit for camping will come stocked with items to help... 04/28/2017

How to Help Ease Your Heartburn

Is heartburn bringing you down? Try these ways to ease the uncomfortable pain of heartburn. If you struggle with heartburn, the nasty burning sensation that can happen after you eat, you can take comfort in knowing you're not the only one. In fact, more than 60 million Americans experience this acid reflux symptom at least once a month, and 15 million feel it every single day. 04/27/2017

How You Can Treat a Sprained Thumb

Have you ever tried picking up something without using your thumbs? It's doable, but not very easy. Now imagine that you sprained your thumb and were forced to pick up objects like that for 4-6 weeks. It would be pretty miserable. Take a look at these ways to treat a sprained thumb so that your recovery process can be as quick as possible. A sprained thumb is a very common injury among skiers, so much so that it's often referred to as "skier's thumb." But thumb injuries don't only happen to those who ski; it can happen to anyone while doing any number of activities that involve the hands. 04/24/2017

7 Weird Ways to Make Allergies More Bearable

Need some quick tips on how to reduce or eliminate your allergies? Here are some unusual ones that are helpful! During allergy season-or on any pet-filled day of the year-many people rely on medications or allergy shots to provide much-needed relief. But doctors may also recommend alternative remedies or lifestyle tweaks to deal with allergy triggers. 04/23/2017

Are Sulfites Bad for Your Health? - Sonima

Is your body sensitive to sulfites? You may be consuming foods with sulfites and not even realize it. These sulfur-based compounds common in wines can cause adverse reactions in certain people, but what's behind that effect-and how do you know if your body is sensitive to sulfites? 04/21/2017

12 Carry-on Essentials to Help You Stay Healthy While Traveling

If you are going out of the country, it's a given that you should get your travel vaccinations. However, in the case that you are just traveling a short distance, it's still important to protect yourself from illness. Here are some essentials to carry on the plane that can help you avoid getting sick. The only thing worse than getting sick while traveling? The moment you realize your hotel room doesn't come with a fully-stocked medicine cabinet. If your idea of preparation is to toss a bottle of ibuprofen in your toiletry kit, you could be in for a rough trip should a bug get the best of you. 04/20/2017

8 Things You Need to Know Before Visiting a Chiropractor

Chiropractors are trained to help reduce pain, improve functionality, and correct any spinal injuries that may have occurred. Learn more about what they can do to help benefit you and your lifestyle. Considering you're always on the go, it's no surprise that your crazy-busy lifestyle morphs your body into an achy, stiff mess on the reg. Perhaps you've thought about seeing a chiropractor but aren't sure if it's a great idea given last year's news cycle about a woman who died after visiting one. 04/16/2017

5 Tips to Keeps Bugs Away While Camping

It's almost that time of year for perfect camping weather, but before venturing out into the woods, it's important to be prepared for all the bugs you may encounter. Here are a few tips to avoid bites and stings when out in the wilderness. Bugs. The word alone conjures up images of buzzing swarms and annoying, creepy-crawly pests. They're unavoidable on a camping trip, and you can bet they'll be at your next campsite whether you're ready for them or not. Here are some tips to help you keep bugs away while still enjoying the wonders of... 04/14/2017

How Yoga Helped Me Heal From Lyme Disease

Yoga has always been a powerful and healthy activity, but could it go as far as to help in the healing process of lyme disease? I began my yoga practice roughly 10 years ago when a friend coerced me into trying a rigorous hot yoga class. You know, the type of yoga class you sweat nearly half your body mass in a dark, crowded room. 04/13/2017

Spring Cleaning Series: Head off allergies

Spring is notorious for triggering allergies caused by pollen and dust. Check out these great ways to maximize the effectiveness of your spring cleaning and alleviate some of your allergies. It takes more than a deep spring cleaning to make indoor living bearable for allergy sufferers. Besting allergy symptoms caused by pet dander, dust mites, pollen, mold and mildew requires regular clutter control and household cleaning. "If you really suffer, you've got to keep up or you will continu... 04/10/2017

Is It a Cold, the Flu, or a Sinus Infection?

A cold, sinus infection, and the flu may seem similar, but they are all very different. Check out this chart to find out what ailment is making you feel ill. Colds, the flu, and sinus infections have such similar symptoms that it can be tough to know what truly ails you. That said, a few subtle differences can tip you off. Diagnose yourself using this chart (and if you think you may have the flu, head to the doctor right away to get a prescription for Ta... 04/09/2017

10 Things You Should Know About Psoriasis

There's about 7.5 million people living with Psoriasis in the U.S. and many of them don't even know they have it, what it does, or how to treat it. Read here for some info on Psoriasis. What does an average person have in common with Kim Kardashian? Well, if you're one of 7.5 million people in the United States living with psoriasis, then you and KK share that experience. She is just one of a growing number of celebrities speaking out about their struggles with the skin condition. 04/07/2017

Depression: Let' talk

World Health Day is today and the theme is: Depression - Let's Talk. The World Health Organization (WHO) started this as a way to help those dealing with depression open up and seek help. Find out the ways you can get involved here. The theme of the World Health Day 2017 is Depression: Let's talk 04/06/2017

‚ÄčThe One Exercise That Can Improve Your Posture

Bad posture can cause many physical problems if not corrected. Try this one movement on a stability ball to help improve your posture. The old adage "practice makes perfect" applies to your posture, too. "If you're training for a sport, you need to practice that sport," says Justin Strause, P.T., D.P.T., a physical therapist and the clinic director of Apex Physical Therapy - Emmaus. "Your posture is no different." 04/03/2017

Read this before you go out to shovel your driveway

It's officially Spring, but there is still a possibility of getting snow. Men should be careful when shoveling snow as there is a distinct connection between it and an increase in heart attacks. Men are more likely to have a heart attack after a snowfall, and it's probably from the exertion of shoveling snow, Canadian researchers reported Monday. They found a slight increase in both heart attacks and deaths from heart attack in Quebec after a storm. 04/02/2017

Alcohol Awareness Month

April is Alcohol Awareness Month and the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) wants your help in spreading awareness and defeating the stigma that goes along with alcoholism, which often prevents people from seeking help. Check out their website to see what you can do to assist! Founded and sponsored by NCADD, Alcohol Awareness Month was established in 1987 to help reduce the stigma so often associated with alcoholism by encouraging communities to reach out to the American public each April with information about alcohol, alcoholism and recovery. Alcoholism is a chronic, pr... 04/01/2017

6 Steps to Getting Active With Arthritis

People with arthritis can really benefit from exercising. Here are a few ways to begin strengthening your muscles and joints to relieve the pain of arthritis. While it may not be obvious, weight loss and exercise can help people with arthritis. The more your body weighs, the more wear and tear on your joints. Exercise can help you lose weight, but it can also help in other ways. Stretching and strengthening exercises-if done carefully-can improve joint mo... 03/31/2017

9 Heart-Healthy Foods to Add to Your Grocery List | MyFitnessPal

While out grocery shopping, think about adding these heart-healthy foods to your list. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heart disease is the Number 1 cause of death for American adults - accounting for one in every four deaths. With February being National Heart Month, now is the perfect time to focus on beating that statistic. 03/30/2017

15 Foods That Help You Stay Hydrated

Did you know that about 20% of your water intake comes from solid foods? Stay hydrated by eating these! These high-water-content foods are refreshing, hydrating, filled with nutrients, and naturally low in calories. 03/27/2017

6 Better Questions To Ask Your Doctor During A Physical

Most people just go with the flow at their physical, but here are some great questions you should be asking. There's no such thing as a dumb question during a physical, but making these tweaks could help you get more out of your appointment. 03/26/2017

This Is Why Doctors Are Recommending Yoga For Lower Back Pain Over Opioids

Could yoga be the best form of treatment for back pain? It's no secret that the abuse of and addiction to opioids, including heroin, morphine, and prescription pain relievers, is a serious global problem harming the social and economic welfare of all societies and the health of many individuals within them. The more loved ones we lose and the more famili...



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