CNE Talks (Your) Health - Embrace Your Inner Scrooge
Bah-humbug you say? Don't feel shamed into acting festive when you're just not feeling it. Instead of masking your distaste or disinterest with tinsel and ropes of shiny artificial greenery, embrace your Inner Scrooge this year. Experts say you'll feel better for it. Read more
Honor a Loved One This Holiday Season
On December 2 at the annual Hospice Tree Lighting and Circle of Love & Light ceremony, Hector Rios told the touching story of how Hospice Care of VNA of Care New England had helped care for his father during the end of his life. Learn more about how you can help all in need to receive this special care by donating to the annual Circle of Love & Light.
Easing the Daily Shuffle through Meditation
Meditation practice can not only calm and clear the mind – it can improve health issues like high blood pressure, anxiety, and depression. There are dozens of meditation styles and each one serves different purposes, but what they all seem to have in common are techniques designed to promote relaxation and mindfulness. Learn more about the various styles and their benefits.
Improving Survival Rates for Women with Ovarian Cancer
Richard G. Moore, MD, director of the Center for Biomarkers and Emerging Technologies and a gynecologic oncologist with the Program in Women's Oncology at Women & Infants, is part of a team of researchers publishing an article this month on the use of a chemoresponse assay to guide the treatment of women with persistent or recurrent ovarian cancer.
Reproduction and Infertility
Women & Infants’ Center for Reproduction and Infertility has one of the most successful in vitro fertilization (IVF) programs in the nation. Our physicians and staff care for patients with infertility, endometriosis, fallopian tube damage, menstrual or hormonal problems and more.
Adolescent Behavioral Health
Butler's Adolescent Treatment Unit is a 14-bed co-educational inpatient program for adolescents requiring intervention, stabilization, evaluation, and treatment for psychiatric or behavioral problems.
Since 1951, Kent Hospital's experienced and licensed rehabilitation therapists have helped to provide independence and productive lives for those recovering from MS, Parkinson's Disease and stroke.
Kids Choose to be Healthy
Kids Choose to be Healthy is an 8-week program focusing on nutrition and fitness education. The program promotes healthier lifestyle choices for overweight children and children who are at risk for becoming overweight. For more information, call Pamela Hill at 401-737-7010, ext. 1237.