Due to the COVID-19 surge, our teams are prioritizing care for sick patients or those who need urgent care. We will resume scheduling routine appointments after February 14.
Dr. Sarah Haessler, hospital epidemiologist at Baystate Health, describes Omicron and discusses how we can reduce the spread of the virus.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a seasonal depression. Baystate experts share the symptoms and treatments.
Baystate experts share their advice for staying safe when cold, winter weather comes your way.
As the demand for COVID-19 testing surges as the Omicron variant continues to spread throughout the community, public health officials are urging people not to go to hospital emergency departments to get a coronavirus test.
Preeclampsia is a disease in pregnancy characterized by high blood pressure, protein in the urine, and swelling. Learn the causes, risk factors and signs.
Despite the pandemic, there are many ways to make 2022 healthy and safe for you and your family. Baystate Health doctors offer tips for the new year.
The WOW Bus team will work with the community to provide health screenings, education, and referrals to low-to-moderate income and at-risk populations throughout western Massachusetts while training students in the health professions.
Dr. Anthony Jackson, pediatric neurologist and board certified sleep medicine specialist, offers the following tips to help your child sleep.
Even without a pandemic, the holidays can be stressful. Here are some strategies for handling the stress of eating during the holidays.