Did you know that you can make an appointment to be seen at one of Middlesex Health’s three Emergency Department locations? This convenient option helps minimize the time you spend in the Emergency Department, which is especially helpful during the flu season and COVID-19 pandemic.
Are you craving the taste of a pizza but not the guilt and all the calories? Consider trying this healthy remake of French bread pizza that could turn into your new favorite Friday night treat.
Digestive health conditions can be complex and may require the collaboration of several different specialists. The Middlesex Health Center for Digestive Health makes it easier for patients to access coordinated care—even if your providers may not be in the same office.
This year, it is especially important to be protected from the flu. Flu symptoms cannot be distinguished from symptoms of COVID-19, so taking steps like getting the flu shot, washing your hands, and physical distancing reduce the risk of getting either illness.
Soufflé has a reputation for being notoriously difficult. But this spinach and mushroom soufflé is an exception. And here's a tip: When you cook with pungent cheeses, like Gruyère, you only need a small amount for strong flavor. It saves on calories and fat.
Lab tests are an important way that medical providers monitor your health. In fact, they make up about 70 percent of your medical record. Given that getting your blood drawn is so common, it is helpful to know more about the process.
This spicy shrimp dish is delicious over brown rice. Leftover seasoning blend can be stored in an airtight container for up to one month. Use it to add kick to cornbread, stewed chicken, rice or soups.
Exercise in almost any form can act as a stress reliever. Being active can boost your feel-good endorphins and distract you from daily worries.
Try a different kind of burger this Labor Day weekend. If you can't find smoked Gouda, use another pungent cheese such as havarti, boursin, pepper jack or Asiago.
On March 9, Chris Paduch got sick. He couldn’t get out of bed and had a 102 fever that lasted five days. When his fever broke, he had trouble breathing and called his primary care doctor, who prescribed a steroid and an antibiotic. However, Paduch still didn’t improve, and his wife, Jill Peterson, also began to feel sick. Although they spent…