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As flu season gets underway, a new report looks to quantify the economic costs to businesses and employees of influenza. more
A national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving nursing homes and other long-term care facilities has given Rhode Island a high grade for nursing home quality. more
The American Kidney Fund has bestowed one of its highest honors to a doctor and nurse from East Providence. Both are considered pioneers in the dialysis community, the organization said. more
Executive director of Rhode Island Kids Count talks about the state of children’s health in Rhode Island. more
A few blocks south of the chewed up swath of land where Interstate 195 used to run through Providence’s Jewelry District is another dusty, vacant lot in need of a productive use: the former Ward Baking Co. Property. more
As George Samuel Bottomley led centers for physician-assistant studies from Pennsylvania to Maine over the past decade, he envisioned launching a center in Rhode Island. Today, he is at the helm of a new program at Johnson & Wales University that this fall received provisional accreditation by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant Inc. more
It isn’t just athletes who get concussions. People can get them from car accidents, slipping on the ice, or any number of reasons, leaving them with brain injuries that can take months and even years, in some cases, to heal. more
By the time Dr. Christopher Furey, a Vermont native, finished his residency in family medicine at Memorial Hospital in Pawtucket this past June, he had reached $150,000 in total debt for his higher education. more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin announced Monday that Rhode Island will receive more than $5.6 million as its share of a multistate and federal settlement with New Jersey pharmaceutical manufacturer Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary, Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. more
Dr. Neha P. Rauker served on the 17-member committee, which examined existing scientific information about concussions in young athletes and, concluded that there is little evidence to back the claims of some manufacturers that their helmets can prevent brain injuries. more
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