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The Indigo Blog

Preventive Health

Back to virtual school: 10 healthy tips for online learning

As parents across Washington settle into a new virtual normal, we are sharing our top 10 healthy – and sanity-saving – tips to ease the strain of online learning.

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Indigo Team, News

A better way to get better - now in Burien

More than a remodel. We've transformed the urgent care experience to better serve you in Burien. Welcome to Indigo!
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Indigo Team, News

Now open in Bellevue: Indigo brings convenient care to the Eastside

From sprains and strains to colds and flu, Indigo's got you covered. Learn more about our new Bellevue clinic. 
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Preventive Health, News

End-of-summer quarantine bucket list

Before we get working on those homework to-do lists, be sure to check off some of these family-friendly, at-home activities! 


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Stitches: Where to go and what you need to know

When your cut needs more than a bandage, it's good to know where to find your nearest urgent care so you can get stitched up quickly. Our experts share their tips on when and where to get care. 
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Indigo Team, News

A better way to get care, now in Auburn's Lakeland Hills community

Indigo has opened its 25th location in Washington, bringing better urgent care to the Auburn/Lakeland Hills community. 
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Illness or Infection, Preventive Health, News

Hand sanitizer safety: What's in that bottle?

When soap and water aren't readily at hand, you're likely using hand sanitizer to keep germs at bay. Here's what you need to know before you reach for the bottle. 
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Illness or Infection

Frequent indigestion: Passing inconvenience or something more?

Frequent or ongoing indigestion may signal an underlying problem. Getting to the root of what’s making you miserable will ensure you get the relief you need.

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Rash or Skin Issue

Healing sunburns at home

The sun's UV rays can damage unprotected skin in as little as 15 minutes. If you find yourself with a sunburn, several at-home treatments can relieve the pain and help soothe your skin.

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