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  • Hypothermia and Frostbite Prevention Tips


    It has been a tough winter for New Englanders, and it seems to be that Mother Nature is not letting up just yet! With a few snow showers in the forecast, and some frigid temperatures, it is important that you are aware of the symptoms of hypothermia and frostbite while being outdoors! Hypothermia occurs when [...]

  • Common Winter Health Complaints


    February can be a bleak month, filled with gray, dreary days and chilly, blustery nights. While the chill in the air can’t be blamed for bugs going around the office or school, the cold itself can irritate the body, causing minor ailments. Each winter season, doctors here at AFC/Doctors Express find more and more patients [...]

  • Common Causes of Fevers


    The normal temperature for a human is maintained at 98.6°F but can fluctuate due to physical activity throughout the day. A Fever is defined as a before-noon temperature of more than 98.9°F or an after-noon temperature of more than 99.9°F. Fever is an elevation in normal body temperature that occurs in connection with a raised [...]

  • Doctors Express in the News!

    Doctors Express has just announced that they will be joining forces with one of the largest independent cooperative physician groups, the Central Massachusetts Independent Physicians Association (CMIPA). As the leading urgent care provider in the Commonwealth, this partnership will now offer more resources for patients, better communication between providers and patients, as well as continuity [...]

  • Don’t let the flu beat you down!


    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 [...]

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