In late 2020, Ted Moskey was admitted to Middlesex Hospital, after testing positive for COVID-19. Today, he is feeling much better and hopes to donate convalescent plasma, which could help someone else fight COVID-19.
For many people, changing their eating habits, modifying their behavior and participating in physical activity is the best approach when trying to lose weight. However, sometimes, weight loss surgery needs to be part of the solution.
Do not hesitate to keep, or make, your appointment for your preventative health visit.
With COVID-19 vaccines now available, you may have many questions. Are the vaccines safe? How and when can you get vaccinated? Once you get a vaccine, do you still have to wear a mask?
Middlesex Health is proud to offer a unique Lifestyle Medicine Program that is designed to help individuals address their risk for chronic conditions like diabetes, obesity, prediabetes and high blood pressure through diet, exercise, stress management and social connectivity.
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us all—adults and children alike—in so many ways, and everyone deals with these challenges differently.
The holiday season can be a challenging time for some people, and COVID-19 is exacerbating feelings of isolation and loneliness. Here are five things you can do to get ready for the long winter ahead.
Sleep apnea is about more than the inconvenience of waking up in the middle of the night—it can result in serious side effects. Fortunately, sleep apnea is treatable, and there are now more choices when it comes to treatments and therapies.
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.