Health + Wellness

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Stress Busters: Tips to Manage Stress with Diet and Lifestyle Changes

Ruth Goldstein, a Registered Dietitian with Cheshire Medical Center, spends a lot of time talking with patients about food and stress. Here’s her five top tips!

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Today is the First Day of the Rest of Your Life—Or Month, if You’re Curious

Dry January, a trend in the sober curious movement, harnesses evidence that fresh starts motivate us to try new behaviors, such as building habits or pursuing new goals. What will your fresh start be?

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Jacqueline Dube, Clinical Lab Scientist at Cheshire Medical Center

Dedication and Innovation in Laboratory Services

Beyond their daily impact on the lives of our patients, the challenges posed by COVID-19 have inspired creativity and excellence in Cheshire Medical Center’s lab team.

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CEO Letter to Community Calls for Kindness During Crisis

Cheshire Medical Center asks for patience, kindness, and proactive care while an influx of critically ill patients strains operations, causing the slowing or suspension of some services.

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Norris Cotton Cancer Center Encourages People with Cancer, their Care Partners to Receive COVID-19 and Flu Vaccines

People with active cancer or a history of cancer, as well as their care partners and anyone who comes in contact with cancer patients are strongly encouraged to receive COVID-19 and flu vaccinations.

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“We Don’t Have a Lot Left to Give:” DHMC Nurses Illustrate Stark Reality of Current COVID-19 Surge in New Video

In New Hampshire, COVID-19 case counts are soaring, hospital beds are filling, and healthcare workers – the same who were hailed as heroes just under two years ago – are nearing the brink of exhaustion.

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Vaccinating Children Ages 5-11 Against COVID-19: It’s Time—and it’s Safe

CHaD Section Chief of Pediatrics Susanne E. Tanski, MD, answers questions about vaccinating children ages 5 to 11.

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