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Health News

  • How to Stay Safe on the Slopes

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    Snow, ice, and cold mark the start of winter sports season. With sudden changes in the weather and environment, it’s important to adapt and change the way you play to ensure the safety of yourself and those around you. Skiing and snowboarding can lead to serious injury, illness, or even death if you don’t exercise […]

  • Women’s Checkup Checklist

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    January is a great month to focus on women’s health. It’s a new year, and time for a new start, health-wise. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention focuses on cervical cancer prevention and raises awareness about the benefits of folic acid to kick off 2015. At AFC/Doctors Express, we thought we’d piggyback on those […]

  • Don’t Let the Flu Beat You Down

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    Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a scary report, outlining the severity of the flu this year. Due to an uptick in deaths attributed to the flu, the CDC declared the flu had reached epidemic status. While that sounds serious, there are still ways for you to ward off the flu and […]

  • Winter Health Risks: Dry Skin

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    Whipping winds, cold air, and low humidity in winter can do severe damage to skin from head to toe. Stripping away the skin’s natural barriers and causing poor circulation, winter air not only leads to dry skin but flaking, scaling, and cracking that can cause more serious skin conditions and infection. With winter now in […]

  • Decode Your Child’s Cough

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    Coughing is the body’s natural response to irritants in the airway and can be caused by anything from dust to viral infection. It’s difficult for many parents to know what’s wrong and when it’s time to bring their little one to a doctor. Listen closely and a cough can help you understand why you child […]

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