Everything You Need To Know When You Break A Bone

Posted on: 2 April 2019

If you've been in an accident and heard a snap, you may have a broken bone. A broken bone, also known as a fracture, is a serious injury that requires medical attention as soon as practically possible. Here is everything you need to know about breaking a bone.  How to Know if You Have a Fracture Sometimes it's easy to tell you have a broken bone. For example, if the bone is protruding through the skin, you can assume that you have a a fracture.
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3 Things To Do When You Think Someone Has A Concussion

Posted on: 11 July 2016

If your loved one takes a blow to the head, then you should be concerned. A concussion is different from an open wound, because there is nothing to see. This type of injury is scary. An undiagnosed concussion can lead to mental disability and brain damage. Here are three things you should do when you think you have a concussion. Seek Immediate Medical Attention Emergency patient transport can provide you with immediate medical attention.
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3 Facts You Need To Know Before Getting A DNA Test For Cancer

Posted on: 4 June 2015

Being diagnosed with cancer can be a frightening experience. With 7.6 million people dying from cancer each year, patients diagnosed with this disease have every right to be frightened. If you are hoping to avoid a surprise cancer diagnosis in your future, you might want to consider investing in DNA testing. Here are three facts you need to know to help you get the most out of a genetic cancer screening in the future.
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