Halfway through the three-year, $1.3 million JRI Health Youth Housing Initiative those involved are calling the program a success so far. In addition, they believe that the program can be a model for providing youth housing services into the future.
The Affordable Care Act was created to open the doors to health coverage for those who do not have it and now the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has doled out $150 million to help health centers around ...
Grow your own vegetables through Massachusetts’s Food Project’s Build-a-Garden program.
A diet rich in fruit and vegetables increases the intake of potassium, which can reduce the risk of high blood pressure and stroke.
Strengthening exercises at least two times a week can increase muscle strength and improve bone health.
Simple exercises that anyone can do
An easy to fix meal that’s low in sodium and high in potassium.
Questions and answer on stroke from Dr. Thabele Leslie-Mazwi, a neurologist in the critical care center of Massachusetts General Hospital.
Zonius Wiley, a paramedic with the Boston Emergency Medical Services, urges calling 911 at the first sign of a stroke.
Some risk factors for stroke cannot be changed, while others can be controlled and modified
Medication combined with counseling are two proven strategies to quit smoking.
Once you have made the decision to stop smoking, the next step is to create a plan that works for you. Sticking to it will help you quit smoking
It is estimated that 80 percent of strokes are preventable largely through lifestyle changes and adherence to medications.
Flash Wiley, a prominent Boston lawyer, attributes his stroke to high blood pressure and heart arrhythmia.
Strokes can cause physical impairment as well as behavioral changes and memory loss.