Health in Woonsocket, RI

This is the time of the year when the sun sets earlier, the air becomes chilly, and snowflakes are in the forecast. As children, we may have heard that bears hibernate in the winter, but do humans do the same? The winter chill and holiday season can create potential barriers when it comes to being consistent with your regular exercise routine. One of the biggest barriers is

Some local pharmacists say they still have Shingrix in stock, while others report being out of it since last month. The shortage is driven by demand and the time it takes to manufacture the two-dose vaccine.

You may have heard of Norovirus. It is often associated with the outbreaks on cruise ships that make headlines. But Norovirus can be found anywhere, and it can spread very quickly. If someone in your household has symptoms that suggest an infection with Norovirus or the lesser known Sapovirus, it’s important to take precautions to keep everyone from getting sick. These viruses

Imagine that you are out doing some holiday shopping and you see a travel mug that you think might be a good gift for a friend. But your friend probably doesn’t need another travel mug, and maybe they drink too much coffee anyway. As you make your holiday list and search for the perfect gifts for your friends and family, there are plenty of useful, thoughtful, and, most

In Celebration of MLK
The Division of Student Affairs is proud to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. There are a variety of ways faculty, staff and students can engage in this celebration
We are currently busy planning our 2019 programming. Mark your calendars for the Social Justice Symposium happening on January 24, 2019 and the Day of Service on January 21.
Saturday: 1 - 8 p.m.
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Recognizing that patients choose care based on their health plan, quality of care and trust in their provider, CVS Health provides many options that meets both patients’ needs and their budgets.

University of South Florida
Menkeoma Laura Okoli – Master’s in Public Health
Menkeoma Laura Okoli’s first name means “Do Good” in Nigeria’s Igbo language. It’s a fitting translation for a woman who has dedicated much of her life to helping others. Before coming to USF, Dr. Okoli was a practicing physician in her native Nigeria. There she witnessed multiple terrorist attacks and treated countless victims who…

Support from the CVS Health Foundation has helped this Virginia-based clinic in its mission to provide affordable, comprehensive health services to the local community.

Through our combined assets, CVS Health and Aetna are expanding the use of technology and data to help providers address unmet needs in patients care and, in turn, improve population health across the U.S.

CVS Health is introducing introducing Guaranteed Net Cost pricing, a new pharmacy benefits management economic model that offers drug cost predictability and pricing simplicity for our clients.

As a newly-combined company, CVS Health and Aetna will utilize data-driven insights and community-based retail health care and digital tools to put the patient at the center of their health care delivery.

For people diagnosed with coronary heart disease, a new program has been shown to stop the progression of the disease, and even reverse it. This intensive program is known as the Dean Ornish Cardiac Rehabilitation Program. It’s the only lifestyle change program proven in randomized controlled clinical trials to reverse the progression of coronary heart disease.

Products with additional fructose bring nutrient poor energy to diet which harms blood sugar levels.

Why dentistry? My father is a dentist so I’ve always been exposed to the profession but throughout most of my life, I actually wanted to be anything but a dentist. I knew I wanted to go into the h…

PITTSBURGH—Lia Petrose (A&S ’17), who earned degrees in neuroscience and economics at the University of Pittsburgh, has been named a 2019 Rhodes Scholarship winner. Petrose, of Laurel, Maryland, is the eighth winner of the esteemed scholarship to have received a Pitt undergraduate education.

MinuteClinic is taking part in the CDC’s Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Challenge, a year-long effort to accelerate the fight against antimicrobial resistance across the globe.