Learn how to avoid injuries on the mountain, the field, or the ice rink with some tips from Dr. Razib Khaund, MD, director of sports medicine for Care New England.
Did you know colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States? According to the American Cancer Society, colon cancer will cause around 51,020 deaths in 2019.
Whether you are a caregiver of an aging loved one or seeking care for yourself, Care New England has the resources to provide you the specialized care you need.
Life can be overwhelming and stressful as a young adult. From the pressures of everday life to the pressures of college, it can be difficult to cope.
Women are known to have more unusual symptoms of a heart attack, knowing the warning signs could save your life.
When we have a headache, we take an aspirin. When we have a cold, we visit the doctor. So why do we ignore our emotional health?
If you start to feel a little blue as the winter progresses, you are not alone. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) occurs in about 3% of people and more often in women.
Today, some of the most popular and well-researched therapies incorporate mindfulness strategies to teach people how to better cope with stress and manage difficult emotions.
Studies have found that the practice of mindfulness – to nonjudgmentally notice and attend to the present moment – is associated with a number of interesting things relevant to our daily lives.
Even though mindfulness has found its way into our everyday lexicon, most people don’t really know where the idea comes from in the first place.