Health + Education:

Home Health Careers Bring Rewards and Hope

–Sponsored– Each day, some 10,000 seniors in the United States turn 65 and the majority of them are hoping to age in their own homes. The staggering number of aging Americans has increased the demand for home health care clinicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, rehabilitation therapists, social workers and others who have the skill and experience… Read More

Beth Dimitruk

Wellness Wednesdays – 9/26/18

WELLNESS TIP OF THE WEEK Temperatures and Leaves May Be Falling, But Don’t Forget to Go Outside If you’re one of those people who has a particular resistance to going outside during the cold, after dark or both, autumn is likely the time of year you really struggle to build time outdoors into your schedule…. Read More

Joseph Girard-Meli

Easier Access to Care Helps Patients Cope with Cancer

–Sponsored– Gerrish Breast Care Center’s new Haverhill satellite location offers cancer survivors convenience and superlative care.  Brenda Rossi was used to the drive from her home in Merrimac, Mass., on the Haverhill line to the Gerrish Breast Care Center at Anna Jaques Hospital in Newburyport. Rossi, 70, was diagnosed with breast cancer following a routine… Read More

Katie Lovett

Wellness Wednesdays – 9/19/18

WELLNESS TIP OF THE WEEK Healthy Eating on a Budget, Part 1 by Marcia Sikorski, registered dietitian at Pentucket Medical Associates There is a misconception that healthy eating is expensive. In many cases, basic healthy foods are not only less expensive but often more nutritious than the more expensive processed foods. With a little planning and… Read More

Joseph Girard-Meli
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