• Domestic Violence: Help is a Phone Call Away

    Domestic Violence: Help is a Phone Call Away

    One in four women in the United States will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Learn about the warning signs and what to do if you or someone you know is a victim of abuse.

  • Flu Season: Are You Protected?

    Flu Season: Are You Protected?

    Summer has come and gone and that means another flu season is here. Here are some myths around getting the flu shot and why getting vaccinated is the best way to keep you and the people around you healthy.

  • Sleep Study Changes Man’s Life Overnight

    Sleep Study Changes Man’s Life Overnight

    Due to scoliosis, Thailand resident Eden Weinmann had difficulty sleeping most of his life. It wasn't until he traveled across the North Atlantic to Pawtucket Memorial Hospital's Division of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine, that he finally got the help he needed.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  • Breast Density

Breast Density Poses a Challenge at Mammogram Time

How dense breast tissue can make it difficult to read a mammogram and has been associated with a modest increase in one's risk for breast cancer.

  • Lymphedema Therapy

Breast Cancer: How Lymphedema Therapy Helped One Woman Move On

After 16 rounds of chemo, a mastectomy and 33 doses of radiation, Aimee thought the worst was over. And then she noticed her right arm starting to swell. Read about Aimee's story and how she got the treatment she needed.

  • Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer – One Women’s Story

Sadiqa Kendi had just gotten married and was new to Providence when she felt a lump in her breast. Read more about her journey.

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Self Breast Exams

They may lack the bells and whistles of the latest digital tomosynthesis screening equipment, but your hands are a quick and easy tool for the early detection of breast cancer.

Wellness Corner

  • Health and Wellness

3 Ways Your Phone Can Make You Healthier #Healthy365

Apps promise to help you lose weight, quit smoking and more. But do they all work? Care New England experts weigh in on ways to stay healthy with your mobile device. #Healthy365

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Moving For Two: Exercise During Pregnancy

As busy as you may be, it is important for you to make the time to exercise. Research has shown that women who exercise while pregnant not only tend to have smoother pregnancies, but they may also experience easier labors, and feel better about themselves during pregnancy and after delivery.

  • Yoga

Choosing From the Menu of Exercise Options

The world of exercise options is almost limitless. This could be the very problem you’re having now that you’ve committed to exercising regularly - where do you start and what should you try?

Take a ‘Stand’ Against your Sedentary Working Style

Sitting or remaining sedentary for long stretches of time has been linked to markedly increased risks for obesity, diabetes and other metabolic disorders, heart disease and premature death. Learn how you can get started toward a less sedentary work day.

Care New England Keeping you Healthy

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Recent Nutrition and Fitness Posts

  • Heart Healthy Valentine

Top 10 Heart Healthy Ways to Show Your Love

Check out the top 10 heart-healthy ways to show your affection for your Valentine. After all, it is national heart health month too.

  • food-mood

Food & Mood: A Love/Hate Relationship

Feeling hangry? Or eating out of boredom? Learn how your relationship with food can impact your attitude.

  • one-size-fit-all

One Size Doesn’t Fit All When it Comes to Counting Calories

Counting calories is a great strategy when trying to lose or maintain your weight, but the question is how high should you be counting?