Rotator cuff injuries can be painful and frustrating, but orthopedic surgeons like Dr. Mark Lorenze can help by providing a range of treatment options—from physical rehabilitation to surgery.
Whipping up healthy meals may be easier than you think. Use this guide to make simple ingredient substitutions to reduce salt and saturated fat—and boost fiber—in your favorite recipes.
This content is courtesy of Mayo Clinic, the No. 1 hospital in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report. Middlesex Health is a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. This relationship provides us with access to information, knowledge and expertise from Mayo Clinic. Food tends to be the focus on Thanksgiving, but preparing that food…
Middlesex Health is proud to open this center, which allows providers from different specialties to come together to help those dealing with incontinence, pain, sexual dysfunction or other pelvic health conditions.
Would you like a taste of summer in winter? Try this scrumptious corn soup!
At age 12, Emily Miesse had no way of knowing that her career in the military—and in medicine—would mirror that of Joseph Slater, the physician assistant who helped save her life.
A nice breakfast treat for a fall weekend! Try using Greek yogurt to reduce or replace shortening, oil or butter. This cuts fat and makes muffins extra moist and tender.
Trying to figure out what to do with leftover or expired medications? Participate in a drug take back program or use another safe and responsible strategy.
On November 2, Middlesex Health will proudly hold A Day of G.I.F.T.S. (Gathering Information for Transgender Services). This event is free and open to anyone who is transgender or gender non-conforming, as well as partners, friends, parents/guardians and others who support them.
One year ago, Middlesex Health Cancer Center opened its Comprehensive Breast Center—a move that highlighted the significance of early detection and demonstrated the importance of providing quality, compassionate care.