Acupuncture, a form of integrative medicine, can ease pain and help with stress management. (This could ultimately improve your golf game.) Acupuncture can also help if you are dealing with long COVID!
Middlesex Health is proud to announce that Middlesex Hospital has earned its sixth consecutive nursing Magnet® designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
A round of golf can take hours. So, when hunger inevitably strikes, it’s important to have a few snacks on hand — and the healthier the better says Middlesex Health registered dietitian Piper Tobler.
Dr. Honghui Feng, a pain management specialist with Middlesex Health, is described by his patients as thoughtful and an out-of-the-box thinker — and as someone who changed their lives.
The perfect time to consider the biomechanics associated with your golf swing is during Connecticut’s cold winter months, and Middlesex Health can help!
Artificial intelligence is a hot topic, and it can impact so many aspects of life. Workers in various job sectors are learning to use this new technology, and golfers are using artificial intelligence to improve their game!
While the month of October helps raise awareness of breast cancer, it is important that you monitor your breast health throughout the year.
Constipation and hemorrhoids aren’t topics often talked about at the dinner table or during a round of golf. However, even though you aren’t talking about your bowel habits with your friends, you should be talking with your doctor.
Attracting avid golfers who care deeply about the availability and quality of end-of-life care, The Middlesex Health Hospice Golf Tournament had its best fundraising year yet.
Golf courses are often meticulously manicured, but what happens if you hit your ball too far to the right — toward the trees and rough? What are the risks?