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Current Issues (February 2018)
New Name, Evolving Mission – ‘Partners’ Becomes Public Health Institute of Western Mass.
As she talked about a rebranding effort involving the agency now formerly known as Partners for a Healthier Community Inc…..
The Opioid Crisis and the Workplace
Like abuse of alcohol or illicit drugs, the nation’s growing opioid epidemic is presenting workplace challenges. The epidemic has been….
Tips for Staying Healthy During Winter Season
Maintaining proper diet and exercise are important all year long, including during the winter season. The shorter days and cold….
An Answer to the Pain – Women Need to Know the Facts About Endometriosis
It’s a condition that affects one in 10 women at some point during their reproductive years, putting many at risk….
Secure Connections – Technology Expands to Help Seniors Age in Place
The Baby Boom generation isn’t just marching into retirement — they’re positively surging into their senior years, with some 10,000….
Left to Their Own Devices – Plenty of Options Available for Home-monitoring Technology
While residential care services have broadened in recent years for seniors unable to live independently, technology has emerged as well….
Seeking the Key to Healthy Aging – States and Regions Differ Widely in Longevity Trends
The late Mayor Ed Koch of New York used to roll down the back window of his limousine when he….
A Formidable Foe – Even If You’re Healthy, the Flu Isn’t Something to Take Lightly
Q: I’ve been hearing so much about the flu lately. Is it too late to get a flu shot? I….
Career Pulse – February 2018
Baystate Health Appoints Two Senior Vice Presidents SPRINGFIELD — Baystate Health President and CEO Mark Keroack announced the appointments of Jean….
Heart Failure Still on the Rise – American Heart Month Focuses Attention on an Alarming Trend
The number of people diagnosed with heart failure is increasing and projected to rise by 46% by 2030, resulting in….
Positive Changes – Some Good Advice for National Cancer Prevention Month
A recent study in the U.K. found that people who followed five aspects of a healthy lifestyle were significantly less….
A Primer on the TCJA – Everything You Need to Know About the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
The recently enacted Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is a sweeping tax package. Here’s an overview of some of….
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