Woman Suffering from the Flu

Preventing the Spread of the Flu

As most people are aware, we are currently in the midst of influenza season in Nebraska. Are you one of the many experiencing high fevers, cough, body aches, headache, runny nose or a sore throat?

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Recognizing Concussions

With any sport (as well as any physical activity) comes the risk of concussions. A concussion is caused by an impact to your brain from a high-speed collision. Sometimes it can be hard to tell if someone has a concussion right away but the signs are there…

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4 Reasons to Get a Flu Shot

Autumn is known for cooler weather, falling leaves, and football Saturdays, among others. It is also the beginning of flu season. The best way to protect yourself (and others) from influenza is by getting your yearly flu shot…

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The Pain of Ankle Sprains

With fall sports starting, a common injury seen by athletes is ankle sprains. This occurs when your ankle moves too far in one direction, stretching or possibly tearing part of your ligaments which help keep your ankle in place.

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Beating the Heat and Heatstrokes

With warmer weather during the summer, Heatstroke is something to always be aware of. Heatstroke occurs when your body temperature increases to a point that your body is unable to cool itself down…

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Wait… There are Summer Colds?

Feeling crummy? Nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat, body aches, sneezing, coughing and have a headache? Despite being the middle of July, you are likely suffering from the common cold…

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Mosquito on Skin

Dealing with Bug Bites

Summer is fast approaching, and all the little critters are about to come out of winter hiding. They are at best annoying and sometimes downright dangerous at others…

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Twin Rivers Urgent Care

Twin Rivers Urgent Care offers convenient, quality healthcare when you need it most. We’re open for walk-in service seven days a week with extended hours, to get you in and out quickly. Our medical team is ready to focus on you – whether it’s a cold or flu, a strain or sprain, or something more complicated.

For a serious condition, stroke or stroke-like symptoms, chest pain or heart attack symptoms, severe bleeding, head trauma with loss of consciousness or other major trauma-go directly to the nearest Emergency Room.

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