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How to Stay Healthy and Exercise as the Seasons Get Colder

Colder weather is upon us and while that brings festive holiday traditions, it also brings a general decline in the health of many people. It’s easy to sue cold weather as an excuse to become sedentary and adopt bad eating habits but staying on track through the winter months is possible and easier than you …

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Hypoallergenic Holiday Recipes and Treats

The holidays are here which means family and friends gathering together with one thing in common: food! The food we share this time of year brings us together, keeps family traditions alive, and makes it feel like a truly festive time of year. For allergy sufferers, many of the traditional holiday recipes aren’t safe for …

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Top Seasonal Injuries During the Fall Season

Seasonal injuries during the fall season are abundant as many athletes begin various competitions. In addition, people from all athletic levels are more likely to get hurt during turkey trots, 5ks, and other seasonal activities! Understanding some of these key injuries can help patients get the treatment they need and prevent injuries outright! While most …

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What are the Most Common Seasonal Illnesses in Fall?

Seasonal illnesses are likely to impact patients this fall at a greater-than-normal volume since may illnesses, injuries, and ailments disproportionately impact individuals of all ages. Understanding some of the key seasonal illnesses during the fall can help patients stay protected this season. Illness prevention during the fall season is a pretty straightforward process. Simply keep …

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EEE in Massachusetts – What is Happening?

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has confirmed 10 human cases of Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE), and 3 resulting deaths, this year. EEE is an illness spread by mosquitos and is very rare in humans. However, if a person is infected, they can experience flu-like symptoms such as fever, chills, nausea and brain swelling, in …

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Why Should I Get My Flu Shot in September?

The flu season is just around the corner, but patients may want to get their flu shot as early as September! Each year, the influenza virus infects over 40 million people, contributes to millions of flu-related diseases, and creates thousands of hospitalizations for patients that are especially vulnerable. As the seasons change into fall, patients …

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What should parents know about back-to-school physicals?

With the school year fast approaching, it’s time to make sure your child gets their annual physical. Not only do many schools require children to get a physical, but addressing medical concerns you have now can actually prevent stress during the school year. Here are some of the key benefits of getting a back to …

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