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While we are all hoping that the virus that causes COVID-19 and its variants will wane by the time winter arrives, there are still many unknowns.
Unfortunately, winter is notorious for the spread of contagious illnesses such as colds, influenza, stomach bugs and strep throat, so understanding risks and prevention strategies is essential in supporting healthy communities.
Julie Lyons, MD, a family medicine practitioner, will offer information based on science and evidence as well as what she does in her practice to help patients make informed decisions, take appropriate precautions, and recognize and take care of any winter bugs that might come along.
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