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  • How to Treat Hypothermia

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    How to Treat Hypothermia Baby it’s COLD outside! The recent frigid temperatures bring their own set of health issues. Hypothermia is one of them. What is Hypothermia? Hypothermia, simply stated, is when your body begins to lose heat faster than it can be produced when exposed to cold temperatures. In time, the cold will usurp […]

  • California Measles Outbreak Spurs Vaccination Controversy

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    After successfully wiping it off the map in CT, recently measles has re-surfaced in California, in Disneyland, and has since spread in a few surrounding states. Doctors Express Medical Director Thomas Brown reviews why measles has made a come back, what the symptoms of measles are, and what to do if you or someone you […]

  • Bronchitis or Pneumonia: Urgent Care in West Hartford

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    Confusion abounds as people try to decipher if they have bronchitis or pneumonia. The symptoms can mimic one another, and often times one cannot tell which ailment they are suffering from. At Doctors Express West Hartford we want to help you tell the difference. Let’s break it down: Bronchitis is a respiratory disease in which the mucus […]

  • December 7- 13 is National Flu Vaccine Week

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    December 7-13 is National Flu Vaccine Week You may have heard recently that many cases of this year’s flu strain is the H3N2 strain, or Influenza A. Our own Dr. Brown was interviewed by the Stamford Advocate last week about whether this changes the protocol for protecting against and treating the flu. He had this to say: […]

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