Family and Parenting
Since COVID symptoms overlap with some allergy, cold, and flu symptoms, follow these tips to take care of yourself and limit spreading germs to others.
Since 40% of us need to eat mindfully to prevent complications from diabetes, Registered Dietitian Rachael Lenthall offers sustainable steps for maintaining healthy blood sugar levels.
Quitting nicotine is extremely difficult. Good social supports can make a difference.
Dana Carley, patient portal concierge at Cheshire Medical Center, gives tips on new and popular myD-H and MyChart features, such as direct scheduling and messaging.
As classes end and the pandemic wanes locally, it is time to catch up on your kids' essential preventative care, from screenings and shots to behavioral and mental health assistance.
If you're facing financial barriers to catching up on your kids' healthcare this summer, Ruth Abbott is in your corner and here to help.
Life can throw us some painful curveballs: sprains and broken bones, cuts and bruises, infections, fevers, and flu. For problems that can’t wait a few days for an appointment with a primary care provider, many turn to the Emergency Room (ER) for care.
Cheshire Medical Center puts patients at the center of primary care through a collaborative team model that ensures continuity and efficiency.
Learn the facts about organ donation and how you can help others.
Local student-athletes are treated with state-of-the-art equipment to prevent and treat injuries.