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4 answers to your common flu shot questions

More helpful advice for your annual flu shot

Help Children Be Better at Handwashing

It may seem second nature to some, but many people are unaware of proper handwashing protocol...

Fevers in Children: When to Worry

All children get fevers from time to time. They can be frightening for parents, but most fevers...

Why Getting a Flu Shot is Even More Important This Year

Fall in New England is a time to pick apples, carve pumpkins and navigate corn mazes, but it also a...

Diabetes: How to prevent this avoidable disease

As with many medical conditions, there are several diabetes warning signs your body will show in...

The common cold, pneumonia, and the flu: know the differences and warning signs

The dreaded flu season is kicking into full gear and despite precautions like flu shots and...

The best ways to avoid the flu this holiday season

The single best way to prevent your family or you from contracting the flu is to get a flu...

What is shingles, who is at risk and what are its symptoms?

You’ve most likely heard of shingles – maybe your coworker has mentioned having a bout of it, or...

The best diet/foods to combat the flu

When you have the flu, probably the last thing on your mind is eating.  While a reduced appetite...
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Kaitlyn Henry
Kaitlyn Henry
posted 6 months ago

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philip mccluskey
posted 9 months ago

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