UTIs in Men 101: The Top Signs You Have a UTI

When most people think of UTIs, they think of women. But the truth is, men can get UTIs too. UTIs, or Urinary Tract Infections, also known as bladder infections, can cause many painful and unpleasant symptoms. UTIs are not something to mess around with as they can lead to other infections outside of the bladder … Continued

Cold vs Flu: What’s the Difference?

Sneezing, stuffy nose, and sore throat? Is it a cold or the flu? It can be hard to tell the difference since both share similar symptoms. But with 12,000 to 79,000 flu-related deaths every year, recognizing cold vs. flu symptoms can be the difference between life and death. Want to know how to tell the … Continued

Splinter Removal 101: When to DIY and When to Go for Urgent Care

Splinters are perhaps the common cold of injuries. Most people throughout their lifetime will have a few experiences with a foreign object embedded underneath their skin. Despite a widely believed assumption, splinters are not just the pieces of wood children gets stuck with running their fingers over an old banister. A splinter can refer to … Continued

Listen Up: 8 Signs You Have an Ear Infection

Do you feel like cutting your ears off? It can be difficult to discern a legitimate ear infection from a simple earache, headache, or sinus infection sometimes. The symptoms can blend in with one another. Does it even really matter what it is? You just need it to stop ASAP. Well, it does matter. If you … Continued

5 of the Biggest Reasons Parents Take Their Children to Urgent Care

When you get sick, it’s normal to wait as long as possible before going to urgent care. But, when your kids are sick, that’s a different story. Children’s immune systems aren’t as strong as adults’, so it’s important to get them help before their sickness gets worse. That’s where Oxford Urgent Care comes in. We help children that … Continued

5 Compelling Reasons to Get a Flu Shot this Year

With the summer season safely behind us, people everywhere are breaking out pumpkin-flavored foods and their winter sweaters. With the upcoming winter months comes the long-hated colds and flu. On average between 5% and 20% of the US population get the flu each year. Not only does this cause much of the population to use … Continued