During the busy holiday season, staying connected with the aging adults in your life can be a challenge, even more so during the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, there are many ways you can help them feel less alone and more connected this winter.
There are 180,000 new cases of prostate cancer in the United States each year, and many Connecticut residents turn to Middlesex Health for care—from screening through survivorship.
Preparing a Thanksgiving turkey can prove tricky for even the most experienced cooks. Here are some tips from Mayo Clinic to help avoid turkey-related mishaps.
The COVID-19 pandemic will make the holidays a much different experience for many Americans this year, but creating a social bubble can help you and your family enjoy your favorite traditions while staying as safe as possible.
Trick-or-treating and Halloween can be fun but it can be the first challenge for people watching their weight, with the feasting seasons of Thanksgiving and other feasting holidays loom on the horizon. Try these healthy tips!
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the United States. Routine breast screening helps find cancers when they are small and more treatable, which can result in better outcomes for patients.
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.