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The temporary unit will address a shortage of child behavioral health services until new behavioral health hospital opens.
Asthma episodes are often triggered by hazards in the home, including mold, pests, dust mites, tobacco smoke, and chemicals in the air. By making your home healthier, you can prevent asthma triggers and keep your family healthy.
Making sense of mini strokes: what they are, what they could signal, and what to do.
Medical students in the Population-based Urban and Rural Community Health (PURCH) track's Class of 2023 marked their official transition from classroom to clinical training at a ceremony on May 6, 2021 at the Baystate campus in Springfield.
Stroke is known as the ‘silent killer’. Time is crucial and the longer you wait to get care the more damage occurs to brain cells.
Dr. Heather Sankey answers important COVID-19 questions, including whether breastfeeding is safe and whether you can bring a partner during birth.
Knowing the truth about strokes and stroke risks could be the difference between life and death.
Visitors, with exceptions, are now allowed in all Baystate hospitals effective May 3, 2021.
Every year, more than 795,000 Americans suffer an often-debilitating stroke. The good news is that stroke can be prevented by living a healthy lifestyle.