| Posted On Jun 20, 2011 | By:

The Facts about Lyme Disease


As the days get longer and warmer and we move into the summer season, we all look forward to spending time in our yards, taking walks or hikes in the woods, and enjoying leisurely rest in our local parks and playgrounds. However, while there are many advantages of living in Massachusetts, we all need to be aware of the potential for our outdoor activities to expose us to Lyme disease.

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| Posted On May 27, 2011 | By:

Do you know if you have high blood pressure? You should.

It seems like every month is an awareness month, and May is no exception.  This month is Hypertension Awareness Month.  Although that’s not something that rolls off the tongue too easily, I feel it’s so important for everybody to understand it. 

So, if you are 18 or older, or know or care about someone who is 18 or older, listen up!  Give me ten minutes of your time – you may help save a life. 

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| Posted On May 23, 2011 | By:

Osteoporosis: What you need to know to protect your bones

There was a time when osteoporosis was viewed as a normal consequence of aging – not much was in our control and this “silent” disease would go undetected until a painful bone fracture or break occurred.

Decades of research have taught us much about this disease.  And while osteoporosis prevention should begin in childhood, there are steps you can take – at any age – to ensure your bones last a lifetime.

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