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Broken Bones: When to Go to The ER

January 29, 2020 | Hortencia Luna-Gonzales, MD, FACEP

Broken bones happen for a wide variety of reasons from osteoporosis to high force impact injuries. They also vary in terms of severity, which is often determined by the location of the fracture on the body and the […]

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When To Take Your Child To The ER For A Fever

January 21, 2020 | Isaac Grate M.D.

When we first have a baby, that child is an endless source of joy and love, but they always come with something else: limitless reasons to worry. As parents, we’re hypersensitive to every cough, every sneeze, every cry, […]

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Ringworm on the Skin

January 14, 2020 | Victoria Alexander M.D.

Ringworm is a very common skin condition that can be contracted in a variety of ways. Despite its name, it is not caused by any kind of worm, but rather a fungus that lives naturally on our skin, […]

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Going to ER for Kidney Stone Infections

January 6, 2020 | Hortencia Luna-Gonzales, MD, FACEP

Kidney stones are an often painful experience that can be terrifying if you’re not sure where the pain is coming from. They occur when your kidney forms a crystal-like deposit out of elements in your urine (such as […]

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