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A diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension can leave patients feeling fragile and fearful about performing many routine physical activities, and patients and their families often have questions about living with the condition. more
Saint Elizabeth Community, which provides a full array of care and services to seniors and adults with disabilities in several locations throughout Rhode Island, acquired Cathleen Naughton Associates, a home care provider with offices in Providence and Wakefield. more
East Bay Center has merged with East Bay Community Action Program, effective Jan. 1. East Bay Center, which retains its name and staff, offers such behavioral health services as as 24-hour emergency services/crisis intervention, counseling for children and adults, psychiatric services, medication prescription and monitoring, and substance abuse and opioid treatment services. more
There’s good reason for Congress to remodel some aspects of Obamacare. More than half of people who get health coverage through the insurance exchanges have high out-of-pocket costs, for example; 1 in 10 say they’ve gone without medical care because of the expense. more
Recent research by a trio of Women & Infants experts indicated that even low-risk pregnancies have surprisingly high risks of complications. more
Gentle Dental, a dental practice with 29 locations in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, announced it will use KeyPoint Partners to assist with plans to expand throughout New England. more
Lifespan and the Rhode Island chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association will curate an exhibit intended to give people an idea what it feels like to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. more
A philanthropic organization led by Evander Holyfield and Providence-based brand culture and communications firm (add)ventures recently teamed to film a national public service announcement featuring Holyfield intended to help combat prostate cancer. more
Dr. Vivian Sung, a urogynecologist at Women & Infants Hospital and an associate professor at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, has been tapped to serve on the International Urogynecological Association Terminology and Standardization Committee. more
Amgen Inc.’s Repatha won the backing of a panel of U.S. regulatory advisers for some patients, making it the second in a new class of powerful cholesterol-lowering drugs to move closer to U.S. approval this week. more
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