The school year has come to an end and many athletic fields are filled with summer sport camps. While it’s a great way for young athletes to prepare for tryouts and competition in the fall and winter sports programs, 1 in 10 of those students will end up with an injury.
Motion sickness can ruin a vacation for both adults and children.
Older patients require a special kind of care and training to ensure a positive patient experience. That's why Baystate Medical Center is ensuring the proper resources are in place to treat geriatric community members.
The open discussion at the Quaboag Hills Community Coalition Substance Use Task Force dinner covered substance use, harm reduction, treatment options, barriers to care, recovery and prevention.
As temperatures rise, you may be looking for fun ways to cool off and stay active. Water activities offer relief during these hot summer months, but it’s important to stay safe. Dr. Richard Romano offers some tips to keep in mind.
Summer has arrived and sun worshippers have already hit the beaches and local parks soaking up the warmth of the sun – along with its deadly rays.
Gel manicures are gaining popularity. Many women enjoy its long-lasting effects, but it could pose a danger to your health.
Baystate Heart & Vascular Program will hold a free community lecture and tour, Heart & Vascular Health, on Wednesday, June 29, 6 – 7:30 pm, in Baystate Franklin Medical Center’s main conference rooms.
Dr. J. Paul Reheis, a board certified urologist, has joined Baystate Health’s Eastern Region, offering comprehensive urology services as part of the Baystate Regional Urology Division which is led by Dr. Richard Alexander.