Antigen vs. Antibody Testing: What’s the Difference? You’ve likely expanded your vocabulary over this past year—for example, you may have learned the definitions of quarantine and incubation, and you probably found out where your nasopharyngeal cavity is. But, do you know the difference between COVID-19 antigen and antibody testing? Let’s take a closer look. Antibody Testing COVID-19 antibody testing—or serology
PCR vs. Rapid COVID-19 Test: What’s the Difference? As the COVID-19 crisis continues, you’ve undoubtedly heard plenty about coronavirus testing and what types are available. You’ve likely also learned the location of your nasopharyngeal cavity and can probably list all of the major coronavirus symptoms at a moment’s notice. But, do you know the differences between PCR and rapid COVID-19
Is the Flu Curable? While flu season continues to be overshadowed by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the flu is still a real threat that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), affects up to 20% of the American population every year. With such a widespread impact, you may be wondering if the flu is curable. Technically, the
What is the Difference Between Coronavirus & COVID-19? These are unique times, and you undoubtedly have plenty of questions regarding COVID-19. For example, what are the latest symptoms? Is the curve finally flattening? And of course, how much longer will this last? The COVID-19 crisis is a rapidly evolving situation with many unknowns, but here’s one question we can answer
Who Should Be Tested for the Coronavirus Disease? As the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) affects people around the globe, you’re likely hearing all sorts of information about potential new symptoms and who should—and should not—be tested. While the COVID-19 pandemic is still a rapidly evolving situation, coronavirus testing capabilities throughout the country have generally improved, allowing more individuals to receive
When it comes to receiving the medical care you need, you have a few choices: You can reach for a first aid kit and attempt to remedy the problem at home. But, what if the injury or illness is beyond your expertise to treat? You can call your family doctor. But, what if it’s after hours and you can’t wait
Tens of millions of Americans suffer from respiratory ailments such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Though most respiratory problems can be alleviated with daily maintenance and preventive care, flare-ups can still strike. If you need immediate care for a respiratory problem, please visit your nearest Fast Track Urgent Care clinic.