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22
Apr
2020

Do I Have Allergies? 5 Easy Ways to Tell

Do I Have Spring Allergies?

Odds are that in the past couple of months you’ve had to deal with a runny nose, cough, muscle aches, and/or congestion at least once. As spring allergies often share signs and symptoms with other illnesses such as cold, flu and even the recent novel coronavirus (COVID-19), it’s helpful to take a closer look at how allergies typically present. Here is a handy list to help you out when you don’t feel your best and aren’t quite sure if it’s because of allergies, potential symptoms of COVID-19, or a cold.

14
Apr
2020

Ticks are Back Again

There’s no better way to clear one’s mind during times of uncertainty such as these than to spend more time outdoors. Whether it be a relaxing walk through the woods or an early season hike, getting outside can do wondrous things for improving mental wellbeing. While temperatures are rising, we have unfortunately reached the time of year when ticks and Read More >

24
Mar
2020

Coronavirus: What You Need to Know About COVID-19

With the global pandemic coronavirus, known as COVID-19, dominating news cycles and disrupting normal life, many are understandably worried about what the future may hold. There are still many unknowns about the novel (new) coronavirus, including when it is likely to peak in America; experts are saying it could be months before numbers of new cases begin to drop. The Read More >

13
Mar
2020

ConvenientMD Response to COVID-19

Help your local hospital maintain capacity for patients with emergency needs during this time by choosing ConvenientMD. ConvenientMD is now offering COVID-19 testing for any patients showing symptoms of COVID-19. We are also testing asymptomatic healthcare workers, first responders, essential workers and anyone who has had close contact with someone who is confirmed to be COVID-19 positive. Please note, all Read More >

9
Mar
2020

Think You May Have a Stomach Bug? Here’s What to Do

With a season change into spring weather around the corner, we’re deep into the time of year when viruses tend to spread throughout our communities. Influenza gets a lot of attention this time of year, and for good reason—the flu is responsible for thousands of deaths annually in the United States alone. The “stomach flu,” medically called “gastroenteritis,” is also Read More >