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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 >

25
Feb
2014

Snow, Clogged Tail Pipes and Winter Safety

Winter has arrived! It felt like it snuck up on us a little bit this year with Thanksgiving being so close to the holidays. It’s a fun time for those of us who live in New England, but it’s also a time that requires special preparation and increased vigilance. Here at ConvenientMD Urgent Care we’ve already had our first two Read More >

13
Jan
2014

Texas, Hand Soap, Lasers and the Flu

Here at ConvenientMD Urgent Care we’re ready for our upcoming influenza season. We’ve had several sporadic cases but nothing steady just yet. Don’t worry, it’s coming. I usually check with my urgent care friends down in Texas, then the Carolinas and so I know it’s on its way. The west to east migration holds true as does the southern New Read More >

1
Nov
2013

Free Flu Shots at ConvenientMD

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Concord Patch ConvenientMD, the new urgent care walk-in facility in Concord, is offering flu shots, free to all patients, during the month of November, while supplies last. Potential patients seeking the shots can walk into the facility between the hours of 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week, to obtain a shot at the location on Loudon Road Read More >

5
Jun
2013

Urgent Care Collaborations

The emergency department utilization debate has heated up again. For those of us who may read the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and even those who might peruse the Journal of the American Medical Association, we’ve all been treated to a lively debate on the overuse or underuse of emergency departments for routine health care issues, the appropriateness Read More >

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