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Mollis Reminds Rhode Islanders of Upcoming Voter Registration Deadline—Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis has issued…

NEW: Smiley Calls for Elorza to Disavow Marrocco Endorsement, Money—NEW: Smiley Calls for Elorza to Disavow Marrocco…

The History of Disease Outbreaks in New England—The History of Disease Outbreaks in New England

GoLocal Goes 1-on-1 With Marrocco: He Slams Cianci and Solomon—GoLocal Goes 1-on-1 With Marrocco: He Slams Cianci…

Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s Not in RI Politics?—Side of the Rhode: Who’s Hot and Who’s…

Center for Disease and Control has Released 2014 Breastfeeding Report Card—Rhode Island ranked #4 in the nation for…

Friday Financial Five – August 1st, 2014—Friday Financial Five – August 1st, 2014

LISTEN: Ebola Outbreak: How Prepared is Rhode Island?—Could Rhode Island handle an Ebola outbreak if…

Elmwood Little League Softball: New England Champs, Regional Runners-Up—Elmwood Little League Softball: New England Champs, Regional…

5 Live Music Musts—August 1, 2014—This week, “5 Live” takes a sharp turn…


HEALTH Organizes Community Clinics for Influenza Immunization

Influenza has hospitalized 25 Rhode Islanders thus far this season. That number is up from 16 on December 30. Influenza is

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NEW: Hasbro Children’s Hospital Named Hospital of the Month

Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Providence has been recognized as a Phase II Hospital of the Month by the Children’s

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NEW: Dr. Robert Leonard Honored for Excellence in Hair Restoration

Dr. Robert Leonard, founder of Leonard Hair Transplant Associates and chief surgeon of the practice.

Dr. Robert Leonard, chief surgeon and founder of Leonard Hair Transplant Associates, has been accepted into the Fellows of

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Research Shows Teen Moms at Higher Risk for Postpartum Depression

Parental stress faced by adolescent mothers increases their chance of suffering from postpartum depression (PPD).


EpiVax: 14 To Watch in Rhode Island in 2014

EpiVax is RI's frontrunner for researching vaccines and immunology.

Providence-­based biotech EpiVax, Inc., which is an immunology company that has "developed comprehensive analytical

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Bradley Hospital to Host Adult ADHD Diagnosis Program on Jan 8

CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) of Rhode Island, an ADHD support network, is

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Guest MINDSETTER Dr. Michael Fine: 14 Ways to Stay Healthy in ‘14

As the clock runs out on 2013, and New Year's resolutions begin to take shape, Dr. Michael Fine, Director of HEALTH RI,

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RIC School of Nursing Offering New Master’s Program

Rhode Island College School of Nursing (RICSON) and St. Joseph Hospital School of Nurse Anesthesia (SJHSNA) have announced

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NEW: HealthSource RI Issues Enrollment Deadline Updates

Christine Ferguson, Director of HealthSource RI, released a statement today regarding the December 31 enrollment deadline

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slides: 13 Biggest Healthcare Stories in RI in 2013

From the controversial and hiccup-laden rollout of Obamacare to local doctors behaving badly, 2013 was a year for the

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NEW: RI Hospital Earns Beacon Award For Excellence in Nursing

Timothy J. Babineau, M.D., president of RI Hospital, right, along with the medical-surgical nursing staff on the third floor of the Cooperative Care Center.

Rhode Island Hospital has earned a second Beacon Award for nursing excellence from the American Association of Critical

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Roger Williams Med Center Names New Director of Infection Control

The Roger Williams Medical Center has named Dr. Richa Tandon the facility’s new Director of Infection Control. Prior to

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Be Fit Nutrition Holds Fundraiser For Domestic Violence Awareness

Be Fit Nutritional was a big help to the Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County this October.

Be Fit Nutrition has raised hundreds of dollars for the Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County during its

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The Champlin Foundations Award RI Hospital With $850K Grant

Rhode Island Hospital has been awarded a grant of $850,000 by the Champlin Foundations to support the purchase of vascular

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