Generally, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) that are caused by bacteria or parasites are easy to treat. Often one dose or injection of antibiotics can do the trick.
During regular checkups tests can be performed to evaluate the status of one’s health.
You never outgrow the need for vaccinations. Protection from immunizations can wane over time and adults who were not vaccinated as children require catch-up shots.
Elderly Americans are prescribed medications in inexplicably different ways depending on where they live, according to a new report from Dartmouth researchers.
Ernie Green, 75, was a force to be reckoned with on the football field. He played seven seasons for the Cleveland Browns, and has two Pro Bowl appearances under his belt.
Ovarian cancer is the fifth most deadly cancer in women.
This fall, 18 individuals are beginning their journeys into the field of health care as Community HealthCorps members.
What does a patient centered medical home (PCMH) look like within primary care pediatrics? What is needed from a pediatric- centered medical home within the context of an urban community health center like Codman Square
Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) obstetrician Audra Robertson thinks that birth outcomes in our community could be much better. That’s why she spends much of her time advising women on optimizing their health before, during and after pregnancy to prevent ...
Over the past two years, The Dimock Center in Roxbury has been one of the leading community centers in the country in efforts to integrate behavioral health with pediatrics.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute announced that its popular, free nutrition app, Ask the Nutritionist: Recipes for Fighting Cancer, is now available for the Android platform, in addition to the iPhone and other Apple devices.
As chair of the newly created federal Commission on Long-Term Care, I believe it is imperative for Americans to understand that 70 percent of us who live beyond the age of 65 will need some form of long-term care, on ...
Whittier Street Health Center receives $1.9 million federal grant to support patients from closed Roxbury Comprehensive Community Health Center
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) recently awarded the Whittier Street Health Center a $1.9 million grant to provide health-care services to patients formerly served by the Roxbury Comprehensive Community Health Center (RoxComp).
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 ...
The founding hospitals of Partners HealthCare are addressing Men’s health in innovative ways. Here are just two examples: The Brigham and Women’s Hospital is addressing violence as a disease — one that disproportionately affects low income and vulnerable people, and ...