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What Causes Blood in Urine?

February 2019 - ProHealth

What Causes Blood in Urine?

No one likes to have a reason for making a last-minute appointment with a doctor. Unfortunately, if you’ve recently noticed blood in your urine, the need to determine the causes might just make a doctor’s visit an inescapable fact, especially if it’s persistent. Most of what causes blood in urine is relatively harmless, but it

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What Is Acute Care / Minor Emergency Care?

Most people don’t know what the term “acute care” means, and with good reason. Unless they’re in the medical field, they don’t have a need for knowing what it is; but when you’re seeking out medical care in an urgent situation, you might start wondering what is acute care and where do I find it? 

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Are Employee Health Benefits Taxable?

As with anything that deals with taxes, the issue of offering health benefits raises plenty of questions for many people, not the least of which – especially for small business owners – is: Are employee health benefits taxable? It’s an important question, and it’s an important one to get right because the incorrect filing of

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Understanding DOT Blood Pressure Guidelines

Driving a commercial vehicle is a great responsibility, and one that certainly comes with a number of considerations that determine which individuals can properly handle that responsibility. For that reason, the DOT requires all applicants for DOT licenses pass various tests and undergo certain health evaluations before being granted their card.  Running the Numbers Blood

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Don’t Spread the Love!

How hard is it to arrange an STD test? Getting an STD test is easy at ProHealth. For most tests, you don’t need a doctor’s note or even an appointment. If you are experiencing symptoms of an STD or believe you have been exposed to one, visit one of our walk-in clinics or lab work

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The DOT Isn’t Jokin’ About Transportation Employees Tokin’

If you are a DOT employee, don’t get “toked up” just yet about the legalization of medical and recreational marijuana initiatives.  The Department of Transportation’s Drug and Alcohol Testing Regulation (49 CFR Part 40) does not authorize the use of Schedule I drugs, which include marijuana, for any reason by safety-sensitive transportation employees, such as:

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