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Did you know that the cause of the majority of weight loss problems today is insulin dysfunction?

Unproportionate servings of sugars and saturated fats causes overproduction of insulin in the pancreas. This can put the body in a hypoglycemic state, that in turn induces constant cravings for sugar.

#InsulinDysfunction #WeightLoss
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Call Unique Health Clinic LLC at 301-769-6558 for an appointment. #HealthClinic
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Factors that can Increase your Cholesterol Levels. #HealthAwareness #HealthTips
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The Role of Patients in a High-Quality Medical Team

It is important for medical professionals to listen carefully to the patient so they can do their job properly. In a medical team, the patient himself plays an important role. By asking the right questions and listening carefully, everyone in the medical team can understand what the patient‘s body is saying. Here are the things the team expects from the patient:

Has Confidence in Sharing Details

Even if the doctor or nurse says that the patient’s symptoms are normal, the patient best knows his body. For instance, if he is experiencing a low-grade fever which is higher than normal, he has to address this problem with his physician.

Understand His Diagnosis Well

Understanding the diagnosis is important so that the patient will follow up on his treatments. While still in an urgent care center or the doctor’s office, ask questions to the doctor to really understand what your body is going through.

If you are not feeling well, don’t be afraid to come forward. Call 301-769-6558 or email us at info@uniquehealthcare.com to make an appointment.
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Did You Know? #Anemia
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Evaluating your Child’s Symptoms

Studies claim that the average child can catch at least 6 colds every year. If your child is sick, it is important to decide whether or not to take him to a medical center. Below are some signs that your child must be brought to a doctor’s clinic:

Fever in an Infant Under Two Months Old

If your infant has 100.4 degrees temperature, take him to a physician because this could mean he has a bacterial infection. Pediatricians recommend that young kids who have been suffering from fever which lasts more than 48 hours need medical attention.

A Rash which Covers a Big Part of the Body

To know if the rash is serious enough that it requires a doctor’s visit, press on it, and when it turns white, then goes back to red, it means the rash is normal and will just disappear with time. But if your child’s rash doesn’t change color when you press on it, he may have an underlying illness like meningitis.

If your child is sick, act quickly to prevent germs from spreading, and ensure your child gets the right treatment. For a medical appointment, please call 301-769-6558.
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Screening can save lives. We have preventive care services to help you keep illness at bay. #Cancer #PhysicalExams
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Quote of the Day. #Health #Physical
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Kinds of Bronchitis: Know what you Have

Cough can be a symptom of an underlying illness. It could be caused by the common cold or some allergies. Then there’s bronchitis, where our cough consumes our whole body. If we have bronchitis, we usually cough up thickened mucus. Bronchitis occurs when the airways that lead to and throughout our lungs are inflamed. There are two kinds of bronchitis.

1 - Acute bronchitis

This type of bronchitis often impacts infants, kids, and seniors. It is usually caused by the virus that causes flu and cold. Also, this bronchitis can be caused by an exposure to lung irritants such as tobacco smoke, vapors, and air pollution.

2 - Chronic bronchitis

This is called chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and also includes emphysema and asthma. People who are aged at least 45 years old and those who smoke are prone to COPD. It develops when the lungs and airway tissues are repeatedly damaged.

If you are experiencing cough that tends to get worse, or not sure if you have either cold or bronchitis, please schedule an appointment with us. Call 301-769-6558. Spring is an allergy season, so be extra careful.
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