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Cyberbulling

By / July 19, 2021 / , / 0 Comments

In the past year, children have spent more time on electronic devices than at any time in history. With that comes an increase in Cyberbullying. Because of the 24-hour access to online platforms and social media, the impact on children and especially teenagers faced with online slander and comments will contribute to a child’s negative […]

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Avoiding Heat-Related Illness Starts Early

By / June 29, 2021 / , / 0 Comments

It’s getting really hot out there. In fact, dangerously hot. It’s important to recognize the symptoms of heat related conditions and take the appropriate actions. Here are a few tips to help you get through this sizzler that were undergoing. Drink Plenty of Fluids– It’s important to hydrate even before you step outside. Be sure […]

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Kids and Summer Sports

By / June 18, 2021 / , / 0 Comments

Summer leads to increased sports activities for many of our area youth. While many kids participate in school sports, summertime leads to an active lifestyle for many children that don’t compete on the same level as scholastic sports. If your child will participate in summer sports or athletic camps, you should take a few precautions […]

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Hypo-allergenic Plants for your Home

By / June 3, 2021 / , / 0 Comments

This allergy season has been a doozy in the Hudson Valley.  Did you know that some indoor plants can actually improve the quality of air in your home and make it easier to breath?  Some house plants can filter hour harmful pollutants and toxins out of the air!  Here are some of the best hypo-allergenic […]

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Improving your Health – 5 Habits for Generation Z

By / May 25, 2021 / / 0 Comments

When you’re in your 20’s, the last thing most think about is your health.  However, now is the time to lay the groundwork for a long healthy life.  Here’s five habits to get you started: Know your family’s Health History – You’ve had your parents doing this for you for two decades, it’s time to […]

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Know What COVID-19 Test is Required for Your Event!

By / May 21, 2021 / , / 0 Comments

Many people are accessing Emergency One Urgent Care for COVID-19 testing prior to travel, sporting events, graduations and other gatherings. We are happy to help you return to your normal activities by offering these services. Here are the options that Emergency One Urgent Care provides. PCR Testing – This is the gold standard in SARS-CoV-2 […]

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5 Signs of Dehydration

By / May 18, 2021 / / 0 Comments

Dehydration comes in many forms, but basically, it happens when you lose more fluids that you take in.  Although we typically think of dehydration in hot weather, it can occur in just about any condition.  Dehydration is more common for younger kids and older adults whose medications may increase the risk of dehydration. Here are […]

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Mask Hygiene

By / September 4, 2020 / , / 0 Comments

As our habits change, so should our awareness of hygiene and disinfection procedures. Cloth masks have become all the rage in our new normal. You can express yourself while following recommendations of the CDC by wearing a cloth mask in public. However, don’t forget to wash your masks. Best practice is washing your mask after […]

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Five Tips to Stay Healthy During the Pandemic

By / August 11, 2020 / , / 0 Comments

Our day-to-day routines have changed dramatically over the past few months.  Everyone has made sacrifices and adopted new habits to help keep ourselves and those that we come in contact with healthy. With these changes, we need to think about hygiene in a few different ways. Carry and use Hand Sanitizer – Washing hands with […]

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COVID-19 and Tick-Borne Illness Symptoms

By / June 12, 2020 / , / 0 Comments

As the Hudson Valley enters tick season, patients are presenting with tick bites more frequently at Emergency One locations.  The significance of this trend is important in our new COVID-19 reality as several diseases that ticks carry can mimic COVID-19 symptoms.  The following symptoms may be seen in both COVID-19 and with tick-borne illnesses: Fever […]

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