Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy: One Pesky Plant

In these long days of summer, it’s easy to find yourself craving an adventure outdoors. Whether for work or play, the sunshine and warm air call for us to join them outside even on some of the hottest days…

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Preventing West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus: What to Know

As the warmer weather in Nebraska finally arrives, so does the annual re-emergence of a common summer-time pest; the mosquito. While being a nuisance in general, mosquitoes harbor other dangers, mainly in the form of transmittable diseases…

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Don’t Let Swimmer’s Ear Ruin Your Summer

As the days get longer and the weather gets warmer, swimming becomes a favorite pastime in many American households. While out enjoying the pool, though, don’t get caught off guard by one of the summer’s many woes, Otitis Externa, or more commonly known as, Swimmer’s Ear…

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Sure Feels Good to Soak Up the Sun

It sure feels good to soak up the sun’s rays at the pool while you’re working on that summer tan. Most of us are aware of the potential risk of skin cancer with sun exposure but did you know that the sun causes most of the wrinkles and age spots on our faces too?

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Sinusitis: What to Know

It starts with what feels like a common cold: you feel congested, you sneeze a lot, and your nose flips between stuffy and runny. Then you begin to feel painful discomfort around your upper nose and eyes, headaches, a sore throat, and even a fever. You most likely have Sinusitis; more commonly known as a sinus infection…

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‘Tis the Season to be Snotty

Tis the season to be snotty, itchy and sneezy. Spring is in the air, literally. This time of year as the weather warms up, the airborne pollen send allergen levels through the roof…

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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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