• Cold, Flu or Allergies? Know Your Stuff(y) Nose

    Do you have a cold? What about the flu? Or is it allergies? With similar upper respiratory symptoms including stuffy nose, sore throat and cough, knowing how to differentiate can help you get better, faster. Allergies A telltale sign that you are suffering from allergies is your mucus. Although it’s gross to think about, look at what’s […]

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  • ClearChoiceMD to Offer No-Cost Flu Shots Throughout October

    The Autumn season is synonymous with many things, such as cooler nights, turning back the clocks and pumpkin spice. Last, but certainly not least, autumn means the flu season is quickly approaching. Be prepared this season by getting your flu shot. All ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care locations will be offering flu shots at no cost to the patient […]

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  • Medication Assisted Treatment

    Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder

    As most of us know, opioid addiction has become a national crisis. Those seeking treatment often find they have limited options due to scarce local resources. This creates a barrier for those trying to take the first step to recovery, resulting in many being deterred from the process altogether. To help improve availability of treatment […]

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  • Back to School Health and Wellness

    In the blink of an eye – summer vacation is over and it’s time to start gearing up for school, sports and schedules! Whether entering 1st or 12th grade, it’s important to prepare your kids for a seamless back to school transition. Teaching children about proper health, wellness and hygiene at a young age can […]

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  • Ear Infections: We Hear Your Pain!

    Most of us know the dreaded signs – ear pain, trouble hearing, and drainage from the ears. How can something so small, cause so much discomfort? Ear infections are a common diagnosis, especially in younger children. Although there are many types of ear infections, the two most common are acute otitis media (middle ear infection) […]

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