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More than $2.7 million has been awarded to Dr. Katina Robison, a gynecologic oncologist with the Women’s Oncology Program at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island for the study “Cancer of the Uterus and Treatment of Stress Incontinence.” more
On the anniversary of its first year quitting the sale of tobacco products at CVS pharmacies, the CVS Health Foundation announced Thursday it is committing $5 million over five years to launch a grant program to help the next generation reduce tobacco use. more
Target Corp. CEO Brian Cornell hatched the $1.9 billion plan to sell the company’s pharmacies over dinner with his counterpart at CVS Health Corp., capitalizing on his relationships from a career spent in retail. more
The Thundermist Health Center will launch a three-year plan to bring community health access teams to communities it serves using three grants totaling $390,000 from the Jessie B. Cox Charitable Trust. more
With encouragement from corporate headquarters in Woonsocket, dozens of CVS Health Corp.'s CVS/pharmacy store-setup workers across the country are stubbing out cigarettes, hitting treadmills and choosing water instead of soda for the benefit of … more
Women & Infants Hospital has been designated a “Baby-Friendly” birth facility for its promotion of breastfeeding, making it the second-largest hospital in the country to receive the designation. more
For the second time, Tufts Health Plan recently achieved certification confirming the company’s adherence to the international standards monitored by an industry group for all of its facilities in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. more
With a high-cost cholesterol lowering drug known as a PCSK9 inhibitor newly on the market, CVS Health Research Institute experts are encouraging the cardiology community to reconsider treatment guidelines for the management of high cholesterol. more
Director of outpatient psychiatry at Rhode Island Hospital discusses a recent opinion piece he authored for The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. more
After receiving state approval earlier this year to move forward with such procedures, Kent Hospital recently successfully completed its first elective coronary angioplasty. more
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