Going to the doctor regularly can wind up saving your life. You might have routine tests conducted that find elevated blood pressure, elevated white blood cell count and other indicators of serious illnesses or diseases. But, not every doctor will diagnosis you correctly. That's why it's important to seek out a second and third opinion from other doctors when diagnosed with a serious health condition.
A recent study published by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) captures how doctors who follow safety protocols can protect both their patients and themselves by doing so.
Whether you have a favorite bar in Hinesville or regularly go to Savannah for a night on the town, you must be careful never to drink and drive. After all, few things can derail your future plans faster than a DUI charge. If you ever face one, you must act both quickly and diligently to defend yourself.
It's difficult enough to drive safely when you're sober. If you add alcohol into the mix, it's even more challenging to avoid trouble on your way to your destination.
Every year, approximately 135 million people visit hospital emergency rooms throughout the United States. You don't want to find yourself in this position, but you never know when you'll require emergency care.