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5
Jun
2018

Sprains and Strains: Sports Injuries You Don’t Want to Ignore

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June is one of the most beautiful months of the year in New England, not to mention the perfect time to get outside and be active. It’s a runner’s paradise—not too hot, not too cool—and tailor-fit for hiking, biking, tennis and other outdoor activities. Along with June, however, always comes an influx of injuries across all of our ConvenientMD locations, with sprains and strains topping the list.

2
May
2018

Tick Bites

With the weather finally beginning to show signs of summer, many people—ourselves included—are feeling an urge to spend more time outdoors. It’s the perfect time of year to head out for a run or a hike, but also the season when ticks begin to emerge in vast numbers throughout New England. While the threat of tick bites often gets ignored, the potential for contracting Lyme disease is very real and should not go overlooked.

13
Apr
2018

ConvenientMD Sets Sights on New Location in Londonderry, NH

Westbrook Maine Urgent Care

ConvenientMD, New England’s Leading Urgent Care Provider Sets Sights on New Location in Londonderry, NH     Londonderry, NH – April 13th, 2018 – ConvenientMD, the leading provider of urgent care and walk-in medical services is excited to announce plans for a forthcoming site at 42 Nashua Road in Londonderry, NH. ConvenientMD creates tangible solutions to some of the biggest Read More >

13
Apr
2018

ConvenientMD Construction Underway in Weymouth, Quincy MA

WEYMOUTH, MA — Work is underway to make space for a full-service, walk-in urgent care center at a major intersection in South Weymouth, less than a half-mile from South Shore Hospital. ConvenientMD Urgent Care Center will combine 981 and 995 Main St. and 10 Pond St. into one lot and build a 5,000-square-foot facility with 30 parking spaces. Demolition of Read More >

30
Mar
2018

Allergies Have Arrived

March may be the start of the spring season, but plenty of people are still feeling the effects of winter in the form of colds and the flu. While the sniffles are no doubt common this time of year, many people misdiagnose themselves as having a cold when they’re actually suffering from a sinus infection. Though symptoms between the two can be similar, sinus infections are actually far more than mere nuisances—they can result in serious complications if not treated appropriately.

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