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Moore: Bring Back The Dancing Cop—Moore Bring Back The Dancing Cop

10 Recipes for Thanksgiving Leftovers—Thanksgiving is over and you are still left…

Buy Local Music: The 2015 RI Music Scene—Rhode Island is home to a thriving community…

Moore: Elorza’s Demotion of Fire Chief is a Head-Scratcher—Moore: Elorza’s Demotion of Fire Chief is a…

Cray and Copeland Brings the Blues to RI—A big time Blues show hit Cranston on…

College Admissions: Must-Have Books—No better holiday gift for students AND parents...

5 Live Music Musts - November 20, 2015—Great shows around RI dominate “5 Live” this…

Moore: Statewide Teacher Contract Will Benefit RI—Moore: Statewide Teacher Contract Will Benefit RI

College Admissions: 4 Things To Do While Waiting For Early Admissions—Make this time more productive and less stressful...

5 Live Music Musts - November 13, 2015—Lots of good stuff happening on the local…


Guest MINDSETTER™ Diana Chekrallah: Dramatic Increase in Heroin Use Should be a Wake-Up Call

Heroin use is continuing to dramatically increase and is expanding rapidly in all demographic and ethnic groups, according to a recently released report from the...

See the List: RI Hospitals and Surgeons with Highest Complication Rates

In the recently releasted study MAKING THE CUT: Why choosing the right surgeon matters even more than you know, ProPublica...

Three Reasons to Get Your Omega-3s

By now, you probably know that you “should” be getting enough Omega-3s in your diet, but do you know why?

Staff Members at AIDS Project RI Trained on Narcan

Jonathan Goyer

Jonathan Goyer of Project Weber has trained AIDS Project RI staff on how to administer Narcan. The training took place at the AIDS Project RI...

Finding the Best Diet For You

One of the most common questions people ask their medical practitioners, especially those of us on the alternative side, is, “Whatʼs the best...

Five (Relatively) Painless Ways to Banish Fatigue

Almost everyone reaches for an energy boost now and then. You stayed up too late last night working on a project so you grab an...

Is It Time For You to Go Gluten Free?

What you are about to read is a conversation about food that just happens to center around the current health craze concerning gluten.

Nurses Union to Picket in Front of RI Hospital on July 9

In reaction to Lifespan's attempt to cut down on compensation and benefits to its caregivers while paying their top executives millions of dollars every...

Memorial Doctor Part of Research Team to Lower Hispanic Childhood Obesity

Memorial Hospital

Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island doctor Roberta Goldman, PhD, was part of a team of researchers who conducted a study on Hispanic childhood obesity.

slides: 6 Ways to Cool Down Without Air Conditioning

The heat! The heat! The last few weeks have tried even the staunchest of the sun lovers in Rhode Island.

Ebola Virus Resurfaces in Liberia

After nearly two months since the World Health Organization declared Liberia Ebola free, new cases of the virus have been discovered.  

Sunburn, Dehydration and Fatigue: The Best Ways to Protect Yourself and Enjoy Summer

Too much sun? This time of year, too much time in the sun can leave you vulnerable to a host of problems, the three most...

Miriam Hospital Hands Out Hurvitz Quality Improvement Awards

Miriam Hospital has named this year’s Arthur and Joyce Hurvitz Quality Improvement Award winners.

Five Fertility Foods to Add to Your Diet

Fertility struggles can leave you feeling alone and lost, and at war with your body. 

Five Ways Living in the Moment Will Improve Your Health

You are constantly barraged by stimulus.  You demand it — faster downloads, changing topics, always keeping part of your attention focused on what comes...

CVS Health and Target Sign $1.9 Billion Deal, CVS Acquires Target’s Pharmacies

CVS Health to acquire Target's pharmacy and clinic businesses for approximately $1.9 billion.

Researchers at RI Hospital Discover Trend Among Veterans Fatally Overdosing

Rhode Island Hospital

Researchers at Rhode Island Hospital uncover a common trend with fatal overdoses of many RI veterans.

AIDS Project Rhode Island To Hold Additional Testing Times

National HIV Testing Day will take place on June 27, and AIDS Project Rhode Island is expanding its weekly free, anonymous testing.

NEW: NIH Awards RI Hospital $5.8 Million to Support Cancer Research Program

Five-year grant will help fund research activities at the Center for Cancer Research Development

Five-year grant will help fund research activities at the Center for Cancer Research Development

78 Local Businesses Receive Worksite Health Awards

At the 21st annual Worksite Health Awards 78 local businesses were honored.

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