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Women & Infants Hospital recently presented East Providence resident Sarah Luczkowski, R.N., an antenatal care unit nurse, with February’s DAISY Award. more
Post-traumatic stress disorder remains a difficult, urgent and prevalent problem among combat veterans, but millions of nonveterans also experience the condition. A new study in the Harvard Review of Psychiatry finds that, compared to what the Veterans Administration and Defense Department offer, treatment resources for nonveterans are much less cohesive and helpful. more
About 8.3 million people have signed up for health coverage through Obamacare’s U.S.-run shopping markets this year, the U.S. said Tuesday, surpassing last year’s total and signaling good news for hospital and health insurance companies. more
BURRILLVILLE – Eight people were charged with trespassing following a Dec. 5 march and rally opposing proposed pipeline and power-plant projects in the town, according to ecoRI News. Opposition has grown as two energy projects have … more
Dr. Rajiv Kumar started ShapeUp Rhode Island a decade ago while he was in medical school at Brown University. During that time, its goal – promoting healthier lifestyles – engaged individuals, groups and employers, especially with its online, … more
Dr. Gregory Fritz, director of the Bradley Hasbro Children's Research Center, was named president of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Rhode Island Hospital. more
More than merely a "pain in the neck," back pain, which costs Americans $50 billion annually, will affect 80 percent of us at some time. The second-leading cause of lost work time, low-back pain is also the third-most-common reason for surgery, … more
Peter Wilkinson has joined WellOne Primary Medical and Dental Care as a new member of its team of medical, dental and behavioral health providers in North Kingstown. Wilkinson holds a M.S. in nursing/family nurse practitioner from Maryville … more
Bank Rhode Island recently provided a $5.6 million construction loan to assist with the acquisition and development of nearly four acres of land in Westerly, which is slated to become a medical office building. more
For nearly 35 years, Alexander's Uniforms has rolled with the changes in medical-uniform retailing. The company purchased by Joan and Michael Gentili in 1980 first moved from downtown Providence to the retail center of Warwick, then it took … more
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