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Melissa Cummings will chair the 2017 Southern New England Go Red For Women Luncheon, an annual women’s event emphasizing cardiovascular health. As a cornerstone piece of the American Heart Association Go Red For Women movement, the event raises awareness and urges action to prevent or survive the greatest and fifth-greatest killers of women – heart disease and stroke, respectively. more
The Lifespan Community Health Institute has scheduled a series of health forums throughout the state. Designed to allow residents to share their health concerns with Lifespan, the forums will enable Lifespan to collect information for its Community Health Needs Assessment, which is an Affordable Care Act requirement. more
University of Rhode Island students majoring in programs as different as psychology, pharmacy, physical therapy, health studies and human development are teaming up to tackle problems plaguing older adults. more
The first 2016 WaterFire lighting will be held May 21, the nonprofit announced during a press conference Monday afternoon. more
Rhode Island gasoline prices rose 7 cents from last week, marking the highest prices since early last fall, AAA Northeast said Monday. more
An April 2016 "Tracking Trends” report from the Hospital Association of Rhode Island indicates that, in 2014, Rhode Island hospitals had an economic impact in the state of more than $6.5 billion. Given the hospital industry’s contributions to the Ocean State, HARI urged state leaders to make the appropriate investments to secure the industry’s role in the state’s economy. more
The Rhode Island Medical Women’s Association announced that Dr. Pamela A. Harrop has been named Woman Physician of the Year. more
Providence Business News took home six awards, including one first place, in the Rhode Island Press Association’s 2015 editorial contest celebration, held Friday evening. more
Four finalists have been announced for the position of Rhode Island College president, including Divina Grossman, the former University of Massachusetts Dartmouth chancellor. more
Jobless rates were lower in March than a year earlier in 270 of the 387 metropolitan areas, including the Providence-Warwick metropolitan area, where it dropped to 6 percent from 6.9 percent. more
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