Urgent Care Blog

23
Mar
2017

High Intensity Interval Training May Slow Aging

A new study suggests high intensity interval training may slow the aging process, thanks to its protein boosting effects.


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20
Mar
2017

This Spring, Get Ready For Bug Season in Los Angeles

Remember the heavy rainfall we got this winter? One result of that to keep an eye on is a rise in mosquitos and other insects in the spring.


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16
Mar
2017

In America, Spending on Healthcare Is Only Growing

In the United States, spending on healthcare is growing -- and outpacing both Medicare and Medicaid.


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13
Mar
2017

Google's DeepMind AI Will Track Patient Data in Real-Time

Google's DeepMind AI has the potential to leverage Bitcoin technology to track patient data as it develops and revolutionize patient care forever.


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08
Mar
2017

Cardiomyopathy and the Death of George Michael

George Michael's death shows us that Cardiomyopathy and myocarditis are heart problems that can be "silent killers" - issues that occur in otherwise seemingly healthy individuals.


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23
Feb
2017

Is There A Limit To Life Expectancy?

A new study of life expectancy in developed nations yields a surprising finding about how long we can expect to live in the future.


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13
Feb
2017

Prince's Death: A Cautionary Tale

Prince was a beloved international musician and artist who passed too soon. However, we can learn certain things by investigating the manner in which he died.


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31
Jan
2017

Hearth Health and Timing Your Meals

The American Heart Association is suggesting that the time of day you eat may be almost as important as what you eat when it comes to preventing strokes and heart disease.


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17
Jan
2017

Fake Health News Is Running Rampant Online

It's getting harder to tell the difference between fake health news and the real thing. Learn how to distinguish fact from reality.


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04
Jan
2017

How To Stay Healthy On Long Flights

The recent death of actor and author Carrie Fisher from a health incident while flying illustrates the danger that long plane rides can pose.


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