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Common Respiratory Diseases & Prevention

Upper and lower respiratory infections can infect different areas of the body. For example, upper respiratory illnesses are considered “head colds” and have symptoms such as sneezing, headache, or sore throat. Lower respiratory infections are considered “chest colds,” which have symptoms like coughing, chest congestion, or fever. Visit AFC Urgent Care Stoneham for either respiratory …

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How do Vaccines Work?

We live in our environment that is ripe with germs. Wherever you go, the air you breathe in, the surfaces you touch have millions of bacteria and germs. You can never guess how many germs enter your body, and when you are more susceptible and fall prey to a harmful organism, you can fall severely …

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How Can I Prevent Dry Skin?

Dry skin is very common during the winter for people living in colder climates. As the air gets colder, it gets drier. Most cases of dry skin are manageable and go away when it starts getting warm again. Others can leave you itchy, with cracked skin that may bleed or become infected. Visit AFC Urgent …

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How Do You Get Laryngitis?

Laryngitis can happen from either a virus or overuse of the voice. When your vocal cords become inflamed and swollen, your voice comes off either hoarse or not there at all. Most cases of laryngitis are acute and can resolve themselves, but some cases are chronic. AFC Urgent Care Stoneham can help diagnose and treat …

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