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What Can You Do to Save On Your Personal Healthcare Costs?

Your healthcare is something that’s important, but it’s also a source of stress for the majority of people in America. With healthcare costs on the rise with no sign of slowing down, how can you make your healthcare fit into your budget? While lowering the costs of healthcare plans may be out of your control, …

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Beginner Fitness Tips to Help Kickstart a Healthy Lifestyle

Making the decision to get healthy is intimidating. You’re probably overwhelmed with questions and uncertainty but getting healthy is easier than you think! Kick-starting your healthy lifestyle involves starting new healthy habits, and before you know it, you’ll be losing all the old unhealthy ones too. Check out this list of fitness tips that will …

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Mass. Public Health Updates to Keep Aware of: Feb. 2019

At AFC Stoneham, we strive to do everything in our power to keep you and your family healthy and safe. Besides providing high-quality and affordable urgent care services, we also are here to educate you on the latest public health updates happening across Massachusetts. The winter in Massachusetts has become increasingly flu-heavy as flu cases …

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Keep your Heart Health in Check for American Heart Month!

February is American Heart Health Month and is the perfect time for friends, family, medical communities, and other groups to promote awareness of cardiac health risks, including heart disease. According to the CDC, nearly one in three Americans has high blood cholesterol that increases their risk of developing chronic heart disease later on in life. …

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The Best Ways to Avoid Wintertime Illnesses

It’s no secret that people seem to get sick more frequently during the winter months. The flu, of course, is one ailment everyone actively tries to avoid, but there are many other viruses and bacterial infections that run rampant when it’s cold outside as well. As you continue reading this guide, you will discover some …

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