Sneezing, coughing colds. Body-aching, feverish flu. Tormenting tummy bugs. These nasty germs —and others — are everywhere this time of year. The good news is that practicing proper hand hygiene can help keep you and your family healthy all season.
Care Seat Safety recommendations update: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is encouraging families to keep babies and toddlers in rear-facing car seats for as long as possible.
The best way to protect yourself and your family from the flu is by getting the flu shot. Here on the Suncoast—like most places in the US—flu activity typically begins in October or November, increases in winter months and peaks in January and February. It's not too late to get vaccinated against this year's flu.
The holidays are a magical time, but the decorations, merrymaking and magic also can present unexpected hazards, especially for children. Keep everyone safe this season with these tips for poison prevention during the holidays.
Medical care at an urgent care center is not the same as care at an emergency room. So what’s the difference? How do you know when to go to urgent care or when you should head for the nearest hospital emergency room?