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Protecting Your Heart
To minimize your risk of cardiac arrest, it is important that you do what you can to keep your body healthy. It’s also worth knowing CPR and what to do in an emergency so that you can help others.
Middlesex Health’s Crescent Center to House Outpatient Mental Health Services
To help better serve its community, Middlesex Health is improving access to its mental health services for both children and adults.
Middlesex Health to Provide Developmental Services for Children in Essex
There is a great demand for diagnosis and treatment of developmental disorders in Connecticut — and throughout the country. Thankfully, Middlesex Health will soon be able to help.
Beating the Heat
As the temperature rises, you may be wondering how to beat the heat. If you aren’t careful, hot weather can negatively impact your body, and as a result, your daily activities.
Middlesex Leads the Way
Middlesex Health recently became the first health system in New England to use Globus Medical's Excelsius3D™ intraoperative imaging device.
Ways to Stay Sharp as You Age
While aging is inevitable, Dr. Israel Cordero, medical director of Middlesex Health Primary Care, says there are some things you can do to help prevent cognitive decline.
Paxlovid: A Treatment for COVID-19
Paxlovid, an antiviral drug that received an emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in the final days of 2021, has made headlines as a treatment for COVID-19, but is it an option for you?
Detecting Colorectal Cancer
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, making it a good time for you to review the facts and ensure that you are doing what you can to take care of your body.
Middlesex Health Center for Golf Performance Opens
There’s a new resource for golfers looking to prevent, or recover from, an injury and improve their game.
What Do You Know About Seasonal Affective Disorder?
Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression related to changes in seasons. Millions of adults in the U.S. may suffer from seasonal affective disorder, although many may not know they have the condition.