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Friday, May 26th, 2023
Tetanus shots are a common vaccine used for both children and adults. Learn More about Tetanus and when you should receive a tetanus shot and booster.
Tuesday, April 18th, 2023
Urgent care facilities offer several benefits that make them a great choice for STD testing. Learn more.
Tuesday, March 28th, 2023
Starting a new job is an exciting moment for you. This is an opportunity for you to advance your career and reach your goals. But before you begin your job, you may be asked to undergo pre-employment drug testing in Gainesville, GA. This is a regular routine for many employers who need to follow guidelines and ensure job applicants and prospective employees are a good fit for the role. If you’re in need of drug testing, here are three things you should know before going in for your drug screening.
Thursday, December 22nd, 2022
If you have the flu, you’re not alone. Each year tens of thousands of Americans are diagnosed with the influenza virus. Here’s what you need to know.
Wednesday, April 29th, 2020
With the cold season coming to a close and seasonal allergies starting to pick up, it’s often hard to differentiate the two. While both are uncomfortable, they require different treatment for those suffering. To determine which course of action will best calm your symptoms, it’s important to understand the difference between the common cold and seasonal allergies.
Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic is among the most disruptive and catastrophic medical events to occur in a century. In the nearly four months since the existence of the virus was first reported, coronavirus has had a direct impact on a large percentage of the world’s population.
Wednesday, April 15th, 2020
Germs are everywhere. They are in the trash can on the pile of used tissues, on the toilet in your workplace bathroom, and on the lunch counter someone failed to clean properly. Your child may have been exposed to germs from a classmate’s sneeze. You can bet that germs are on your cell phone. A study by the University of Arizona showed that cell phones carry 10 times more bacteria than a toilet seat.
Wednesday, April 08th, 2020
Kids are always running around, trying new things, and exploring their surroundings. Such a sense of adventure puts kids in contact with many germs, and every parent knows the pain of seeing their little ones come down with a cold or flu. It’s important to keep kids clean and healthy, especially in the busy spring and summer months. While you can always count on your local walk-in clinic in Gainesville, GA, to help if your child is sick, you’d rather see them having fun and feeling great. If you have young kids at home and you want to keep them from getting sick this season, here are a few tips on protecting your children, prioritizing cleanliness, and putting their health first.
Wednesday, April 01st, 2020
When we touch surfaces that are contaminated with germs, our hands can then carry those germs to any new surface we touch. Read on to learn about how to properly wash your hands to prevent the spread of germs from the experts in urgent care in Gainesville, GA.
Tuesday, March 24th, 2020
Have you tried to reduce your migraine pain using pharmaceutical options without adequate results? Many people struggle to manage their pain using prescription and over-the-counter medication. However, when combined with natural pain-relieving therapies, many migraine sufferers report a decrease in pain and an improvement in the quality of life.
Tuesday, March 17th, 2020
It's odd to hear of a measles epidemic in the 21st century, especially since measles was declared to be eradicated in 2000. Yet, there are articles and news reports commenting on the measles epidemic experienced in the United States. Fortunately, there is a highly effective way to combat measles. Vaccinations are the key. Yes, some parents worry about whether or not immunizations are safe. There has been a lot of misinformation spread regarding vaccines. But vaccines are incredibly effective, thoroughly tested, and remarkably safe. They're also available at your local walk-in vaccine clinic in Gainesville, GA.
Tuesday, March 10th, 2020
Everyone ages six months and older is encouraged to a flu shot. Flu shots are a vital preventive measure to protect against influenza viruses every flu season. Whether flu shots are something new for you or you get one every year, it’s important to prioritize this vaccine that can significantly cut down on your chances of getting sick with the flu. To give you a better idea of what you can expect from your walk-in flu shots in Gainesville, GA, here are some of the most common facts and myths associated with flu shots.
Monday, March 02nd, 2020
There’s growing interest in home diagnostic testing service in Gainesville, GA, for people of all ages. Diagnostic tests are used to make informed medical diagnoses and decisions. Medical histories, pregnancy tests, biopsies, and X-rays are just a few examples of diagnostic testing services. While there are reputable diagnostic testing centers in communities across the United States, there are more options than ever before to identify health conditions through at-home testing too. Here’s what you can learn about home diagnostic kits from your trusted diagnostic testing clinic.
Thursday, February 20th, 2020
For some, a sports physical might seem like just another thing to check off the to-do list. Yet, it’s an important part of ensuring the health and well-being of your child. Sports physicals in Gainesville, GA, make sure that your child is healthy enough to take part in the sports they love and don’t have any underlying conditions that could jeopardize their safety. Whether it’s the first time you’re taking your child for their sports physical, or you’ve done it many times before, here are some things you need to know.
Saturday, February 15th, 2020
Sports encourage teamwork, keep you physically fit, and are great avenues for blowing off steam. No matter what kind of athlete you are, it’s important to protect yourself from sports injuries. At Lanier Urgent Care, healthcare professionals see their fair share of sports injuries year-round. Here are some things they want you to know about the risks of sports injuries for you and your family: