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  • October 2011

    Home Stretch Baystate’s Hospital of the Future Set for Spring Opening

    When the Hospital of the Future opens to the public in March, only about half of the newly constructed building….

    Take Steps Toward Medication Safety

    Both in the hospital and at home, medication errors are among the most-common mistakes we experience in medicine. The Centers….

    Eating Disorders Are Dangerous but Treatable

    As many as 10 million females and 1 million males in the U.S. are affected by eating disorders, including anorexia….

    Healthy Connections Patients, Caregivers Alike Find Benefits in Support Groups

    Few things bring different people together, Baxter Chandler said, like shared challenges. “What’s remarkable about support groups and therapy groups….

    Balancing Act Vestibular Therapy Offers Relief for Patients Suffering from Vertigo and Dizziness

    Lisa Blain says patients who need vestibular therapy can often be frightened and confused as to the source of their….

    Easing Their Pain Pioneer Spine and Sports Physicians Takes Comprehensive Approach

    When someone suffers an injury to their spine, neck, or other skeletal-muscular structure, patience comes in handy. Specifically, it can….

    Physical therapy & Rehabilitation Facilities

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    Contacts or Surgery? Patients See Advances in Both Kinds of Vision Correction

    When Sarah Rivera was in college, she rarely removed her contact lenses. “I slept in them and didn’t take them….

    Seeing Is Believing New Intraocular Lens Offers an Intriguing New Solution

    Failing eyesight due to cataracts affects millions of Americans annually. And thus far, the options for intraocular lenses (IOL) to….

    Eye Care Specialists

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    More Bad News Food Allergies Are Increasingly Problematic for Children

    The news about food allergies just got worse. A new study in the July issue of the journal Pediatrics noted….

    An Age-old Problem Understanding Older Generations in the Workplace

    Mandatory retirement has been illegal in most industries for decades, but some managers are still reluctant to hire and retain….

    Career Pulse

    Delk Joins Baystate Wesson Women’s Group SPRINGFIELD — Dr. Carolyn Delk, specializing in minimally invasive surgery and adolescent health, has….

    Estate Planning in Blended Families Considerations for Couples with Children from Previous Relationships

    The days of mostly traditional American families are probably gone for good. The modern family of today is often a….

    Understanding the Options Seven Steps to Take When You Inherit an IRA

    More and more people are inheriting IRAs and other retirement accounts as the first big wave of IRA account holders….

    Picture This

    People Who Need People Noble Visiting Nurse and Hospice Services recently held a gala celebration in honor of the agency’s….

    Rockridge Hosts Eye Presentation, Co-sponsors LGBT Film in October

    NORTHAMPTON — Rockridge Retirement Community has announced two October events open to the public. On Oct. 28, Rockridge will host….

    BFMC Recognized Nationally for Newborns Program

    GREENFIELD —Listening to Newborns, a program familiar to parents who have delivered their babies within the past few years at….

    Gearing Up for Flu Season: What You Should Know

    SPRINGFIELD — It’s your first and most important defense in fighting a serious disease which each year kills about 36,000….

    Red Cross Seeks 2012 Hometown Heroes Nominations

    WESTERN MASS. — The American Red Cross Pioneer Valley Chapter, which serves Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin counties, is seeking nominations….

    Holyoke Medical Center Presents Breast-cancer Awareness Events

    HOLYOKE — Holyoke Medical Center will presenting various events, including two specifically geared toward the public, free of charge in….

    Baystate Mary Lane Hospital Recognized as Top Performer

    WARE — Baystate Mary Lane Hospital was named one of the nation’s top performers on Quality Key Measures by the….

    American Diabetes Assoc. Recognizes BHS Program

    PITTSFIELD — The Diabetes Self-Management Education Program at Berkshire Medical Center and Fairview Hospital has been awarded continued recognition from….

    BMC Renal Dialysis Unit Achieves 5-Diamond Status

    PITTSFIELD — The Berkshire Medical Center Renal Dialysis Unit continues to receive the highest designation from the End Stage Renal….

    Baystate Mary Lane Auxiliary to Host Harvest Festival Oct. 14

    WARE — Fall is an exciting and beautiful time of year, and the Baystate Mary Lane Hospital Auxiliary is sponsoring….

    BFMC Event Emphasizes Breast Cancer and Genetics

    GREENFIELD — In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Baystate Regional Cancer Program and Mammography Services at Baystate Franklin….

    Joint Commission Recognizes Wing as Top Performer

    PALMER — Wing Memorial Hospital and Medical Centers was recently named one of the nation’s top performers on key quality….

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