Athletes Need to Know About Concussions

While they are the most common type of traumatic brain injury, athletes of all ages and levels continue to underestimate the devastating effects concussions can have on their life and sport-career.

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How to Use Access Walk-In Injury Clinic?

We’ve all been in that situation: it is a Saturday morning and your child wakes up with a fever or a sore throat. Your pediatrician is not available and you are forced to go to the emergency room. If you live on or visit the Seacoast of New Hampshire you finally have another option.

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Keep an Eye Out for Heat Illness This Summer

Heat illness is the third most common cause of death in athletes behind cardiac and head injuries, but is distinguished from these other causes because it is entirely preventable. Proper awareness, prevention, and treatment will hopefully decrease the approximately 400 deaths per year in the United States.

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Don't Forget the Sunscreen to Stay Healthy

Sunny skies and warm temperatures make us go back to our favorite outdoor sporting activities. While there are many health benefits of an active lifestyle, outdoor sport enthusiasts must keep in mind the potential adverse effects of prolonged sun exposure.

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Junior Seau, Another NFL Tragedy

Junior Seau’s death again raises the question and concerns over concussion and repetitive head injuries and their potential long-term effects.

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What you need to know about Lyme Disease

This year’s mild and dry winter combined with the early very warm temperatures have resulted in ticks being out early and in large numbers.

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