Month: February 2015

Frostbite & Hypothermia Prevention Tips

February’s freezing cold temperatures have not been kind to New England, which is why we here at AFC Urgent Care would like to inform you on two of the most common winter dangers; frostbite and hypothermia. Frostbite symptoms can include grayish-yellow or white skin and a hard, waxy feel to the area affected. Hypothermia occurs …

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Frostbite & Hypothermia Prevention Tips

February’s freezing cold temperatures have not been kind to New England, which is why we here at AFC Urgent Care would like to inform you on two of the most common winter dangers; frostbite and hypothermia. Frostbite symptoms can include grayish-yellow or white skin and a hard, waxy feel to the area affected. Hypothermia occurs …

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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 Urgent Care find more and more …

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