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For Dr. John Santoro, volunteering in Haiti after January’s devastating earthquake was what he called “a time of contrast.” Actually,….
A report issued in April by the Asthma Regional Council (ARC) of New England was clear and direct: New England….
When it comes to professional boundaries, doctors are probably held to a higher standard than other professionals. This is largely….
Dr. Peter Lindenauer says the Center for Quality of Care Research at Baystate Medical Center was started with some very….
“Turn out the lights,” the old song says, “the party’s over.” But at Wing Memorial Hospital, turning off some lights….
Fourteen thousand pounds of plastic is a lot of waste. But that’s how much of that material Holyoke Medical Center….
Can Going Green Give You Some Green? Several Programs Can Provide Individuals and Businesses with Tax Credits
Going green is the current rave. When was the last time you looked at a newspaper or magazine without noticing….
To Dr. John Warren, becoming an eye doctor was a decision that just added up. “I was always and big….
Of all the things Dr. Andrew Jusko does as an ophthalmologist, he says he’s most gratified by cataract surgery. “This….
Dr. Richard Friedberg describes the field of pathology, or simply “path,” as those in this specialty call it, as “the….
The Sunset Provision of Estate Taxes How Much Tax Will Be Owed by the Survivors of Those Who Die in 2010?
Although most people involved in the estate-planning industry predicted that the government would change the estate-tax laws before Dec. 31,….
CDH Names Novotny VP of Medical Affairs NORTHAMPTON — Dr. Mark Novotny has been appointed to the position of vice….
As a speech-language assistant at Holyoke’s Center School, Sarah Casagrande works with many special needs students, many of whom suffer….
With today’s tough job market, finding employment for teens and college students can be a difficult task. Hiring your children….
There’s no lack of scientific evidence proving that staying in shape and eating right are critical to a long and….
Helping Hands The Helping Hands Committee of Birch Manor in Chicopee proves that compassion and generosity have no age limits…..
SPRINGFIELD — Mercy Medical Center was recently recognized as a top-ranked Community Value Provider by Cleverley + Associates of Columbus,….
GREENFIELD — Senior Class, Baystate Franklin Medical Center, will sponsor a free program, Walk This Way, a program to explore….
GREENFIELD — The Pioneer Valley is known for its great bicycling, and Baystate Franklin Medical Center will offer three scenic….
SPRINGFIELD — A new report from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation awarded Baystate Medical Center a perfect rating for the….
WARE — Diabetes is a manageable disease, especially when a patient has the right information and understands what to do…..
HOLYOKE — Breast cancer is a scary diagnosis, and patients want state-of-the-art treatment from a highly-qualified, compassionate team of professionals…..
PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Health Systems’ Walk with Me in the Berkshires program wrapped up its eighth year in June,….
SOUTHWICK — The 17th Annual Red Cross Golf Tournament, sponsored by Pellegrini, Seeley, Ryan and Blakesley, P.C., was held June….
WARE — Periods of extremely hot weather can cause serious health problems for everyone. According to the U.S. Agency for….
PITTSFIELD — Enhancing an already robust minimally invasive surgical program, Berkshire Medical Center has invested in the da Vinci Surgical….
WILBRAHAM — Rick’s Place concluded the third year of providing bereavement support to the community with a recent family picnic…..
NORTHAMPTON — Four years after Cooley Dickinson Hospital’s yellow medication card was profiled in Newsweek magazine, a bargain Web site….