In order to fly, flight students to commercial airline pilots must have periodic Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) medical exams, and they look to Middlesex Health to help them meet that requirement.
This is a great side dish for dinner! If you want tender beans, blanch them in hot water for about 30 seconds before tossing with tomatoes and herbs.
What do vaccines do? Why are they so important? Middlesex Health Family Medicine pediatrician Cliff O'Callahan, MD discusses how vaccines help protect children and adults—and why keeping up with vaccines during COVID-19 is necessary.
Middlesex Health recently opened a new Physical Rehabilitation Department office at 13 High Street, Suite 2, in Portland to bring services closer to more patients and further grow the program.
The COVID-19 pandemic does not minimize the importance of getting your mammogram, lung screening, colonoscopy or skin check. At Middlesex Health, cancer screenings are being offered in the safest possible environment, and you are encouraged to make an appointment today.
Meat doesn't have to be the only source of protein in your diet. In fact, studies show that eating red meat and processed meat can increase your risk of developing heart disease and cancer. Try these creative ideas for delicious, veggie-based alternatives.
Middlesex Health is offering COVID-19 testing for existing patients at several medical offices and our urgent care centers in Middletown and Madison. Tests are only available by appointment and with a doctor's order.
The Middlesex Health Cancer Center is now offering scalp cooling technology to help keep patients undergoing chemotherapy from losing their hair.
Looking for a new marinade? This one is easy to memorize and is good on more than shrimp. It's also tasty on chicken, tofu, tempeh, pork and beef, and makes a great dip for kebabs.