The University of New Hampshire opened a new health clinic Monday aimed at saving money and providing faculty and staff with more convenient options for their medical needs, the Associated Press reports. The clinic, located within the university's student health building in Durham, will serve more as an urgent care facility than a primary care office. It will be open from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. during the academic year and will provide treatment for ailments such as ear and sinus infections, sprained ankles and other injuries. Services include a pharmacy, X-rays and laboratory testing. Officials expect the latter to...

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