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Here's a look at our 2019 announcements and news coverage.

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MedExpress 'Kidz Day' Set For Saturday

May 9, 2019

The sixth-annual MedExpress Kidz Day will be held from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday at Marland Heights Park.


Local Medical Professionals Say Flu Is Lingering

May 6, 2019

Local emergency rooms and urgent care facilities are beginning to see cases of influenza taper off at this point, but the virus has stuck around longer this season than anyone would have liked.


MedExpress Center Reopens After Tornado Damaged Building

May 4, 2019

One Lynchburg business is up and running again after last year's tornado closed it down.


Eight Weird Cold Remedies That Actually Work

May 2, 2019

When you have a cold, it's only possible to think about two things: how bad you feel, and how soon you'll get better. 


Differences Between Allergies, Flu & Cold

April 25, 2019

Spring is in full bloom and with it brings an array of runny & itchy noses, watery eyes and lots of sneezing.


Allergy Symptoms Can Cause Confusion For Victims Of Late-Season Flu

April 24, 2019

While this flu season has not been as severe as previous years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicted the flu could continue to circulate for a few more weeks.


Late Flu Season Could Mean Symptom Confusion For Allergy Sufferers

April 24, 2019

Allergy season is here. However, this year is also met with a dose of the flu, as flu season has run late this year, according to medical experts.


Young Runners Participate In Girls On The Run 5k

April 22, 2019

The MedExpress Girls on the Run of North Central West Virginia 5K will be held Saturday, May 4 at 10 a.m. at the West Virginia University (WVU) Recreation Center fields on Evansdale Campus in Morgantown.


Children Invited To Bring Teddy Bears To Learn About Medical Care

April 12, 2019   

The Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center is teaming up with MedExpress Urgent Care to teach families about what they can expect when visiting a doctor’s office.


It's Been A Rough Flu Season, And It's Not Over Yet

March 29, 2019

"They're coming in waves," said Jessica Thorngate, medical assistant. "We had hardly any in December, but there are so many in February and March."


The Flu Virus Isn't Going Away Anytime Soon

March 27, 2019

Spring hasn't quite sprung yet, but the CDC has reported unusual seasonal highs in flu activity with the flu virus now being widespread across 48 states.


March Is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March 26, 2019

The Morning Show guest Dr. David Vester, a phsyician with MedExpress Urgent Care - March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. 


Icy Conditions Lead To Increased Fall Risk

March 15, 2019

The warming and cooling trend here in the Northland has led to ice build up in many spots.


Snow Blankets Somerset County, Pennsylvania

February 20, 2019

All schools and several businesses closed Wednesday as about a half-foot of snow and icy winds pelted Somerset County.


Simple Steps To A Healthy Heart

February 20, 2019

Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States.


Marshall Co. Students Learn About Injury Prevention

February 14, 2019

Glen Dale Elementary students learned about first aid and injury rpevetnion during Thursday morning's "build your own first aid kit" program.


Dangers Of Hearing Loss In The Workplace

February 14, 2019

Some of the most prevalent workplace hazards aren't seen -- they're heard.


Flu Activity Picks Up In Arkansas

February 7, 2019

Doctors in Arkansas say flu activity is starting to pick up again after clinics see a spike in patients. 


CDC Says This Year's Flu Season Has Been Mild

February 7, 2019

Across the U.S., roughly over 150 million doses of the flu vaccine are expected to be given during this flu season.


Cold Or Flu? Take This Doctor's Advice

January 31, 2019

You’re sniffling. Your throat hurts. You feel miserable. Is it the flu, or a cold? Is it time to see the doctor, or should you just curl up in bed?


Preparing For The Deep Freeze

January 29, 2019

People across our area are planning to keep themselves warm during the incoming deep freeze in a number of ways and doctors are urging them to keep the dangers of that cold in mind.


Usual Sicknesses Prevalent Mid-Way Through The Winter Season

January 21, 2019

The fall is long gone and Christmas is another 337 days away, leaving us with the dreary, cold days of full-on winter.


Better Understanding Winter Weather And Health

January 11, 2019

Dr. Nancie Fitch catches up with weather director John Stehlin, First Warning Weather/Erie News Now, about winter weather and what it means for your overall health.


West Virginia Governor Unveils Opioid Disposal Program

January 10, 2019

Gov. Jim Justice shed more light on his Jim’s Dream drug abuse program and unveiled a Charleston-area program to keep unused opioids out of the wrong hands during a Thursday afternoon press conference.


Flu Season Ramping Up

January 8, 2019

Flu season is ramping up. The New Jersey Department of Health confirmed its first pediatric death of the season. 


Rochester Area Family YMCA, MedExpress Provide Blood Pressure Screenings

January 7, 2019

Rochester-area seniors can receive free blood pressure screenings through a collaboration between the Rochester Area Family YMCA, a leading nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, and MedExpress Urgent Care, a neighborhood healthcare provider. 


Everything You Need To Know About Athlete's Foot

January 1, 2019

Athlete’s foot is often misunderstood. The term athlete’s foot is actually a little bit of a misnomer, according to Area Medical Director of MedExpress Urgent Care Nancie Fitch.

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