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As a vital link between primary care and emergency medicine, urgent care provides high-quality care by qualified healthcare professionals for sprained ankles and broken bones to eye infections and strep throat.
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Health experts say screen time at home should be limited to two hours or less a day. The time we spend in front of the screen, unless it's work- or homework-related, could be better spent being more physically active (increasing our energy out).
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Remind your students of these year-round safety tips:
• Never walk while texting or talking on the phone
• If texting, move out of the way of others and stop on the sidewalk
• Never cross the street while using an electronic device
• Do not walk with headphones on
• Be aware of the surroundings
• Always walk on the sidewalk if one is available; if a child must walk on the street, he or she should face oncoming traffic
• Look left, right, then left again before crossing the street
• Cross only at crosswalks
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Make better choices when you eat out. Eat smaller portions and try to find items on the menu that are lower in fat and added sugar. And don't forget you can always ask for healthier options if you don't see them on the menu.
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As Later Summer Nights Turn Into Early School Mornings Encourage Your Students To Get To Bed Earlier: The National Sleep Foundation suggests kids between the ages of 6 to 13 need 9 to 11 hours of sleep; and teens 14 and older should get 8 to 10 hours of sleep a night.
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According to the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA), Up to 27% of all ER visits could take place at an urgent care center, which would potentially save patients approximately $4.4 billion annually.
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UV Safety Month Tip: Wear sunglasses that block UV rays.
UV-blocking sunglasses are important for protecting the delicate skin around the eyes, as well as the eyes themselves. Research has shown that long hours in the sun without protecting your eyes increase your chances of developing certain eye diseases.
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College prep includes getting all the vaccines you need before the school year starts. Take CDC’s quiz to find out which vaccines you might need: http://go.usa.gov/chtwT #NIAM16
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Your children need vaccines to protect them from several diseases that can be serious, even life-threatening. Find out what vaccines your child needs at every age at: http://go.usa.gov/chtsT #NIAM16
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