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7
Oct
2015

The 2015-2016 Flu Season: Ready, Set, Go!

  October is now upon us and with it marks the start of cool New Hampshire nights, leaves changing colors, the day light shortening and start of sniffles and coughs. Then comes the flu! No one can predict when it will start, how long it will last or how bad it will be. Like our scout leaders taught us, all Read More >

26
Sep
2015

Urgent care clinics making inroads in NH

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The Union Leader BEDFORD – The reception area at the ConvenientMD urgent care clinic on Route 101 is empty at mid-morning on a beautiful early fall Friday, and that’s exactly how CEO Gareth Dickens likes it. “We call it a reception area, not a waiting room,” says Ben Collins, director of Business Development and Community Relations. “It should be empty, Read More >

5
Sep
2014

ConvenientMD offers health care at a lower cost

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Seacoast Online / Portsmouth Herald STRATHAM — The name says it all. A new ConvenientMD Urgent Care center opening on Sept. 16 will offer the greater Exeter area fast and affordable quality medical care for a fraction of the cost of a hospital emergency room visit, according to Max Puyanic, the company’s chief executive officer. ConvenientMD, located just off Route Read More >

5
Sep
2014

Urgent care center opens on Portsmouth Ave.

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Seacoast Online / Portsmouth Herald STRATHAM — The name says it all. A new ConvenientMD Urgent Care Center opening on Sept. 16 will offer the greater Exeter area fast and affordable quality medical care for a fraction of the cost of a hospital emergency room visit, according to Max Puyanic, the company’s chief executive officer. ConvenientMD, located just off Route Read More >

31
Mar
2014

Smoking: Starting, Stopping and Screening

Starting Every day in the United States more than 3000 people under 18 years old smoke their first cigarette. Currently, over 6% of middle school students and over 23% of high school students use tobacco products. These include: cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco, snus, snuff, pipes, bidis, hookahs, keteks, dissolvable tobacco, and electronic cigarettes. Although some overall youth smoking rates are Read More >

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