This holiday season, you might be doing your best to forget about 2020. Despite our very unconventional year, we’ve tried our hardest to help you navigate the bumps and pitfalls to keep you at your healthiest.
If you’d like to take a glimpse back, check out our most popular posts of 2020. And as we ring in 2021, we’ll hope for less eventful days ahead—and share even more smart tips and trusted advice for you and your family.
Just say “ahh”
It’s common, it’s catchy and it hurts like heck. Understanding the symptoms of strep throat and when to seek treatment will save you a lot of pain and worry.
Ear infections are a pain, especially for the littlest of kiddos. But ear infections can happen at any age. Know the signs and how to ease the pain.
Get back to nature, but not too close
There’s a lot lurking in the great outdoors, including poisonous plants. Knowing what’s what may save you from a painful rash, and a trip to urgent care.
Crack the code on coughs
Wet, dry or hacking, there’s nothing fun about a cough, especially when it lingers. Find out how to tell when a cough is just a tickle and when it’s a sign of something more.
‘Tis the season for… a lot
With so much swirling around out there, it’s not always easy to recognize what’s got you down. Learn how to tell when your symptoms are seasonal, common or something more serious.
When breathing doesn’t come easy
This year has required a lot of deep breathing. But for many with chronic conditions, allergies or illnesses, it’s not an easy ask. Find out the causes of wheezing and when you should seek medical care.
This gift should NOT keep on giving
You know it’s a bad sign when something’s dubbed the “winter vomiting bug.” You may not escape this highly viral contagion, but you can keep it from circulating.
What’s the color telling you?
From run-ins with the coffee table to tumbles on the ice, we all know the familiar kaleidoscope of colors that comes with a bad bruise. Learn why that happens, and when you might need medical attention.
We’re here for you!
With cases on the rise, Indigo Urgent Care expanded testing to help limit the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Find out who can be tested and where you need to go.
Put a pin in that hot yoga class
An ice-cold beverage or a sweaty workout might sound appealing, but they could make things much worse when you’re sick with a bug. Learn what to avoid when illness hits.