Medics USA


  1. Don’t Forget Life-Saving Immunizations For Kids And Senior Citizens

    Every year, the last week of April is set aside as World Immunization Week by the World Health Organization. This international health holiday was created to help people better understand the life-saving power of vaccinations for all humans. Despite the fact that “Immunization saves millions of l…Read More

  2. Winchester Office Closed Until Friday

    The Medics USA office in Winchester will be closed Wednesday to Friday -- April 12 thru 14. The office will open with normal hours on Monday, April 17.…Read More

  3. Prepare for Spring Weather Craziness

    It’s Thursday, April 6, and here is Northern Virginia we have seen sunlight, monsoon-style rain, thunder, hailstones, and tornado warnings. Tomorrow, the temperature will nosedive. Well, it’s Spring, and Spring often means very changeable weather. Mark Twain once said, "In the spring I have coun…Read More

  4. It’s National Donate Life Month! Are You A Donor?

    Did you know that you don’t have to wear a cape to be a superhero? You don’t even have to be an EMT, surgeon, or primary care doctor to do something so amazing that it actually saves a person’s life. We’re talking about organ donation! April is officially National Donate Life Month, a time …Read More

  5. What Causes Cold Feet And Hands?

    For many people in Washington DC, their primary complaint about the cold weather months of December through March is that their feet and hands always seem to be cold. For the entire winter, these people feel like they’re in a battle with the weather, constantly turning up the thermostat, layering…Read More

  6. How To Protect Seniors During Flu Season

    In a previous blog we discussed a few of the reasons that it’s so important for parents to get their kids vaccinated against the influenza virus during flu season. Young children don’t enjoy the strong immune system of their health, adult counterparts, which means they’re at increased risk fo…Read More

  7. Essential Flu Season Tips For Parents

    Kids getting sick during flu season can often feel inevitable. Young immune systems just aren’t as strong as adult ones. That, coupled with the fact that children often ignore hygienic habits that can help prevent the spread of the flu (influenza) virus from one human to another, means that schoo…Read More

  8. Can you tell between a cold and the flu?

    Can you tell the difference between flu and a bad cold? Flu activity is the DC area has now reached high levels. If you are feeling sick and don't know if you have the flu, check out this page from the Centers for Disease Control.…Read More

  9. Early Ashburn Office Closing

    On Friday, Feb. 24, the Medics USA office in Ashburn will close at 4:00. We apologize for any inconvenience.…Read More

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