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  • Caffeine – What’s the Buzz? April 27, 2012

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    If you are among more than 50% of Americans who drink caffeinated coffee daily, you may be confused by the roller coaster of studies that highlight caffeine’s benefits one day and outline risks the next day.

    Caffeine is both a naturally derived ...

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  • Stroke Awareness and Prevention April 27, 2012

    Nearly 800,000 people in the United States have a stroke each year. Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death and the nation’s leading cause of disability. While the majority of individuals who have a stroke are over the age of 65, ...

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  • Potassium – How it Affects You January 27, 2012

    Bananas, rich in potassium, have long been a nutritional staple, particularly after athletic pursuits. Eating a banana after vigorous exercise helps replace valuable electrolytes lost through sweating. Recent studies reveal other advantages to meeting the recommended daily allowance of potassium, found in ...

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  • Exercise – A Key Component to Healthy Aging January 27, 2012

    We all experience changes to our bodies as a natural part of growing older. Adapting to these changes can be challenging. While we cannot stop our body’s aging process, we can proactively address the physiological changes that occur in order to reduce ...

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  • Snoring – Some Sound Advice January 27, 2012

    According to the National Sleep Foundation, about 90 million adults in the United States snore, which is almost 45% of all adults. Clearly, snoring is a phenomenon that cannot be ignored.

    It is difficult to ...

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  • Seasonal Flu vaccine September 2, 2010

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    We are giving out the Quadrivalent flu vaccine which covers 4 strains of the influenza virus (two influenza A and two influenza B) for broader coverage vs the Trivalent flu vaccine (two influenza A and One influenza B).

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    Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (BCBSMA) has officially recognized Wellesley Primary Care Medicine’s efforts to deliver quality care to our patients by presenting our practice with the BCBS CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE. This indicates that our practice is in the top 10% of primary care physicians in the state, based on BCBS’s measures comprising their ...

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