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Severe Weather Alert - Updated: 11:30 am, January 17, 2018

Due to rapidly changing weather conditions, all Wake Forest Baptist Health clinics will be closing today (January 17, 2018) at 2 pm, and will reopen tomorrow (January 18, 2018) by 10 am. 
Urgent Care – Clemmons and Urgent Care – Mocksville will be closing today (January 17) at 4 pm, and will reopen tomorrow (January 18) by 10 am. 
If you have questions, please contact the clinic directly.

Word! Urinalysis

Word! Urinalysis

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Urinalysis

(En español:Análisis de orina)

Say: yoor-uh-nah-luh-sis

Ever peed in a cup? Then you've probably had a urinalysis, or a pee test. Urinalysis helps a doctor learn more about what's going on inside your body. Sometimes your pee has stuff in it that shouldn't be there, like sugar, which may mean you have diabetes. If you have a bladder infection, a doctor might find bacteria or white blood cells in your urine. A doctor can spot these and many other problems by examining urine. You can really tell a lot about people by looking at their urine!