Most fevers are caused by infections, and they are part of our body’s response to fight off the infection. By themselves they are not typically a reason for alarm of concern, nor do they always necessitate a trip to the doctor. Deciding whether a fever needs medical care should be determined by how long the fever lasts and how high the fever is. Fever: when should you go to urgent care?Read More »Fever: When Should You Go To Urgent Care?
Besides being obsessed with practicing the best medicine that we possible can, we like to do some science too. Perhaps our patients and others might be interested in this paper of ours.Read More »Research Led by Right Choice Urgent Care
If you are one of those people who seems to attract the mosquitoes and ants, you know the drill, and most of the time you come prepared with your trusty stash of bug repellents.Read More »Bad Bug Bite: When To Go To An Urgent Care
Currently, nearly half of people in the United States have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, however, a large segment of the population has yet to be vaccinated — children and younger adolescents.Read More »Are COVID-19 Vaccinations Safe for Children and Adolescents?