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Pollen Count and Allergies

| May 16, 2014

Allergies can happen at any time, but the worst time for people is usually the spring. “Right now this time of year, we have all of our trees producing pollen. They start out with the cedar and move through the aspens, and right now we are looking at the beginning of the birch season which […]

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Two Sections of Community General Hospital in Fort Fairfield Planned to Be Demolished…TAMC Health Clinic Will Remain Open

| April 30, 2014

A¬†clinic will remain open in Fort Fairfield. The landmark Community General Hospital which houses the TAMC health clinic will stay open to serve patients, however officials have decided to tear down TWO LARGE unutilized parts of the building. Officials say the decision came down to one thing…keeping a healthcare presence in Fort Fairfield that’s cost […]

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Medical Monday 4.14.14: TAMC Launches News Lymphedema Clinic

| April 18, 2014

A local hospital is seeing success with its new lymphedema clinic. As Shawn Cunningham reports, the clinic’s patient load is growing thanks to positive word of mouth and a STEP in the right direction. Its this week’s Medical Monday. For eight years, lymphedema has kept Laura Pike from pretty much living a free mobile life. […]

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Local Hospital Makes Headway in Reducing Hospital Acquired Infections

| April 3, 2014

A local hospital says they’re data indicates they’re doing exceedingly better at reducing hospital acquired infections like MRSA. Shawn Cunningham takes a look at what the hospital has done to protect its patients. Aroostook Medical Center for treatment, can rest assure they’re less likely to contract anything else like MRSA, a hospital acquired infection. TAMC […]

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Free Diabetes Screenings for Diabetes Alert Day

| March 26, 2014

Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the Maine. More than 8 percent of adults living in Maine have diabetes, and an estimated 3.1 percent of Mainers have diabetes, but haven’t been diagnosed. That’s why Diabetes Educator Christine O’Meara, says having diabetes screenings are important. “We thought this was important and a great […]

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