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Worcester Man Arrested After Assaulting and Kidnapping Girlfriend—Worcester Man Arrested After Assaulting and Kidnapping Girlfriend

Man Stabbed Outside of 3 G’s Bar on Millbury Street in Worcester—Man Stabbed Outside of 3 G's Bar on…

Gov. Baker Nominates Assumption Alum Lemire to MA Appeals Court—Gov. Baker Nominates Assumption Alum Lemire to MA…

Law Enforcement Fatalities Spike 78% in 2016—Law Enforcement Fatalities Spike 78% in 2016

What if Jimmy Garoppolo Gets Injured?—What if Jimmy Garoppolo Gets Injured?

NPR’s Cokie Roberts to be Honored with Ken Burns Lifetime Achievement Award—NPR's Cokie Roberts to be Honored with Ken…

Patriots Ranked as 2nd Most Unlikable Team in NFL—Patriots Ranked as 2nd Most Unlikable Team in…

Tim Kaine Cheat Sheet: Get to Know Clinton’s VP—Tim Kaine Cheat Sheet: Get to Know Clinton's…

Fruitlands Museum Releases August Schedule—Fruitlands Museum Releases August Schedule

Worcester Man Tied to Road Rage Stabbing Arrested—Worcester Man Tied to Road Rage Stabbing Arrested

 
 
 

Herb Weiss: Revelations that Bring Together Heaven and Earth

Approaching their twilight years, aging baby boomers might occasionally think about their impending mortality, even contemplating what happens after their last breath is taken, wondering...

Southboro Medical Group Adds Wijerathna to Internal Medicine Department

Southboro Medical Group, the locally based multi-specialty medical group, has announced that Herath Wijerathna, MD has joined the organization's Department of Internal Medicine.  ...

Walk to End Alzheimers Set for September 25

The Alzheimer's Association will host a Walk to End Alzheimer's on September 25 starting at Quinsigamond Communtiy College. 

Myths about Hearing Loss

Myth: it is only related to age

“Myths can’t be translated as they did in their ancient soil.  We can only find our own meaning in our own...

The Places Where Seeing a Doctor Costs the Most

Since the depths of the Great Recession, the cost of health care in the U.S. has steadily risen. As a result, Americans are ...

MA’s ACA-Required Risk Adjustment Process Results Are In

Massachusetts completed the second yearly Risk Adjustment process on Thursday, notifying carriers in the state merged health care market of individuals and small groups of...

The Top 50 Causes of Death in America

Heart disease and cancer are familiar foes — whether through personal experience or secondhand, most people know these diseases frequently cause death. However,...

UMass Memorial Health Care Receives National Award for Pediatric Asthma Program

UMass Memorial

UMass Memorial Health Care has been recognized by a national hospital association for its work to reduce school absenteeism, hospitalizations and emergency department use for...

The American Diet: Then and Now

The American diet has changed drastically over the course of the past few decades. This is in no small part due to changes in...

MERGE for Equality to Host Healthy Men & Boys Summit on June 15 at Clark U

MERGE for Equality will host its 3rd Annual Healthy Men and boys Summit at Clark University on June 15. The event is designed to connect and...

Lethal Rejection: Pfizer Restricts Use of Its Drugs in Executions

By restricting the use of their drugs for lethal injections, Pfizer pharmaceuticals threatens what some consider the most humane form of...

Alzheimer’s Association to Host Free Workshop Addressing Dementia-Related Behaviors

The Alzheimer's Association will present a workshop on behaviors associated with dementia on Monday, June 20 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Alzheimer'...

Worcester Had Greatest Burden From Breast Cancer in 2015, Says Community Needs Assessment

Susan Komen Southern New England has released its Community Needs Assessment for Massachusetts and it shows that Worcester is one of three cities that had...

Fatal Fentanyl: What to Know About The Drug That Killed Prince

So far, 2016 has seen an alarming number of Fentanyl-related deaths, and late popular musician Prince was confirmed Thursday as another victim of this dangerous...

First Baby Born With Zika Linked Microcephaly in Continental U.S.

A baby girl delivered Tuesday in New Jersey is the first in the Continental United States to be born with microcephaly, the zika linked brain...

MA Dental Society Donates Exam Chair to Blackstone Valley Dental Program

The students are seen here with MDS Director of Sales and Business Development Shannon McCarthy (far left) and MDS President Dr. Edward Swiderski (far right). On behalf of her classmates, Dental Assisting senior Madeleine Dufault of Millbury (center) created and presented a custom thank-you card to the MDS.

The Massachusetts Dental Society recently donated a dental exam chair to Blackstone Valley Tech Dental Assisting Students and faculty. The chair was valued by Massachusetts...

For Veterans Some of the Deepest Wounds Are Invisible

Sixty percent of veterans returning home suffer from hearing loss, tinnitus, or auditory disorders – now considered the most prevalent injury among returning veterans. This...

Alzheimer’s Association to Host Workshop for for Dementia Caregivers

 The Alzheimer's Association is presenting a workshop on communication strategies for dementia caregivers on Monday, June 13 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at...

Counties Where Medicare Spends the Most per Patient

In the next few years, the number of people with Medicare is going to boom. All thanks to, you guessed it, the aging...

157 Pregnant Women in the U.S. Test Positive for Zika Virus

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that 157 women in the United States have tested positive for the Zika virus.  ...

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