Medical Care

Medical Care

Where Can I Go for a Toothache?
Urgent Care

Where Can I Go for a Toothache?

Besides the dentist, you may consider going to urgent care or the emergency room for tooth pain. It is also essential to keep in mind that it might not be helpful to visit your primary care doctor. There may be times when the severity of your pain might need you to seek emergency or urgent care. If you are experiencing other symptoms such as a fever, swelling in your face, or trouble breathing or swallowing, along with your toothache, you must go to your nearest emergency room or urgent care facility.

Girisha Bharadwaj
Girisha Bharadwaj23 Aug 2022
How Much Does Long-Term Care Cost in 2022?
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How Much Does Long-Term Care Cost in 2022?

Long-term care is not medical care, and therefore, is not covered by regular health insurance or Medicare. Instead, a long-term care insurance plan must be purchased to cover custodial care. 66 percent of caregivers use their own savings or retirement funds to pay for care.

Erica Kahn
Erica Kahn23 Aug 2022
Signs of a Concussion and What To Do
Urgent Care

Signs of a Concussion and What To Do

If you’re experiencing other symptoms such as dizziness, headache, blurry vision, or confusion, you might have a concussion and should seek medical attention. It is important to follow a thorough first aid check after hitting your head.

Girisha Bharadwaj
Girisha Bharadwaj23 Aug 2022
Telehealth vs. In-Person Care: Pros & Cons
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Telehealth vs. In-Person Care: Pros & Cons

Telehealth appointments have become increasingly popular, but is not able to replace in-person care entirely. There are numerous benefits to using virtual care including convenience and far-reaching access to health services, but in-person care may allow for a more comprehensive understanding of the patients’ health, in addition to completion of some clinical appointments.

Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean23 Aug 2022
How To Tell If You Need Stitches?
Urgent Care

How To Tell If You Need Stitches?

You might need stitches if you have a cut that bleeds enough to soak through a bandage and keeps bleeding even after you apply direct pressure for 5 to 10 minutes. You will likely need to go to an emergency room to get stitches if your cut is extremely deep, spurting bright red blood, and has torn edges.

Alexis Bryan
Alexis Bryan23 Aug 2022
When Should I Go to the ER?
Tips

When Should I Go to the ER?

If you are experiencing a serious change in your health or a medical emergency, you should consider visiting the emergency room. Some signs you may be in a medical emergency include trouble breathing, a broken bone, or a head injury.

Talor Bianchini
Talor Bianchini23 Aug 2022
What Is Virtual Primary Care?
Wellness

What Is Virtual Primary Care?

Virtual primary care reduces barriers in access to preventative care for those with transportation challenges or lack of insurance.

Ashley Brooks
Ashley Brooks10 Nov 2022
Is Telemedicine Covered by Health Insurance?
Health Insurance

Is Telemedicine Covered by Health Insurance?

The five big providers— UnitedHealthcare, Cigna, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Humana— all have some form of coverage for telemedicine.

Madeline Hlobik
Madeline Hlobik27 Oct 2021
How Much Does an Endoscopy Cost Without Insurance in 2021?
Healthcare Cost

How Much Does an Endoscopy Cost Without Insurance in 2021?

Without insurance, this procedure can cost between $1,250 and $4,800. These costs typically cover the fee for the physician performing the endoscopy, the anesthesiologist, and the facility.

Ashley Brooks
Ashley Brooks23 Aug 2022
How Do You Know If You Have RSV or a Cold? Symptoms in Children & Adults
Wellness

How Do You Know If You Have RSV or a Cold? Symptoms in Children & Adults

Deciphering whether you have a respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) or common cold can be difficult because the symptoms present within both are very similar. Although the surest way to know whether you have RSV or a cold is to visit a medical professional, other signs that may indicate RSV over a cold include difficulty breathing, unusual behaviors, and wheezing.

Madeline Hlobik
Madeline Hlobik22 Sep 2021
How Much Does an OB/GYN Visit Cost Without Insurance?
Sexual Health

How Much Does an OB/GYN Visit Cost Without Insurance?

Without health insurance, an OB/GYN visit costs $125 on average for an office visit that includes a pap smear and pelvic exam. If you need additional services or prescriptions though, the price of your visit can increase.

Madeline Hlobik
Madeline Hlobik13 Apr 2022
Women's Health Centers in New York City
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Women's Health Centers in New York City

Women’s health encompasses a variety of specialties and focus areas, ranging from sexual health to breast health to mental illness. If you identify as a woman, you should consider seeking treatment from a healthcare provider specializing in women’s health for a variety of reasons. Women’s health clinics are available throughout the Five Boroughs of New York and are ready to assist you in any medical concerns you may be experiencing.

Spencer Lee
Spencer Lee7 Jan 2022