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4 R.I. counties among U.S. News’ top 250 healthiest communities

PROVIDENCE –  Four of Rhode Island’s five counties landed in the top 250 of U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Healthiest Communities Rankings released...
THRIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH received $121,246 in total grants both the city and the Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. to help make upgrades to Eleanor Briggs School, pictured, and the nonprofit’s trauma victim and homeless outreach program. / COURTESY THRIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

Thrive Behavioral Health receives $121K to replace school roof, support trauma...

WARWICK – Thrive Behavioral Health on Tuesday announced that it has received $121,246 in grants from both the city and the Rhode Island Health...
UNIQUE OFFERING: Harmony Oschefski is co-owner of The Bodhi Spa LLC, with locations in Newport and Providence, where she and her sister, Cedar Hwang, offer clients what they call the Water Journey, a sauna session followed by a plunge in cold water. /  PBN FILE PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Oschefski’s spa venture with Bodhi Spa picking up steam

Business Women Awards 2022 Achievement Honoree Harmony Oschefski, The Bodhi Spa LLC THE BODHI SPA LLC co-owner Harmony Oschefski built her business around family memories full...
KRISTEN DUTRA has been named the new CEO and president of Saint Vincent Services Inc. / COURTESY SAINT VINCENT SERVICES INC.

Dutra tapped as Saint Vincent Services Inc.’s new CEO and president

FALL RIVER – Saint Vincent Services Inc. announced late Thursday that Kristen Dutra, who has spent more than two decades with the multiservice behavioral...
THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION has awarded $1.35 million in grants to local organizations and health equity zones to address behavioral health challenges. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

R.I. Foundation awards $1.35M in grants to help improve behavioral health

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Foundation announced Monday that it has awarded $1.35 million in grants to seven local organizations and state health equity...
A RESEARCH TEAM led by Brown University Center on Biology of Aging Director John Sedivy will receive a $16 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to research causes and treatments for Alzheimer's disease. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

NIH provides $16M grant to Alzheimer’s research group led by Brown...

PROVIDENCE – The director of Brown University’s Center on Biology of Aging will lead a team of researchers from multiple universities to look into...
MARIA E. CIMINI has been named the new director for the R.I. Office of Healthy Aging. / COURTESY MARIA E. CIMINI

Cimini named R.I. Office of Healthy Aging director; DiCenso to chair...

PROVIDENCE – A former state representative has been tapped to lead the R.I. Office of Healthy Aging, while a longtime educator will now chair...

Rhode Island Free Clinic names new CEO

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Free Clinic has named its replacement for Marie Ghazal, who is retiring this month after being CEO of the nonprofit...
CELIA J. BLUE, right, seen here in 2016 as the R.I. Department of Transportation's chief of staff at the time, will step away as the R.I. Department of Human Services' interim director at the end of the month. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Blue to step down as state DHS interim director

PROVIDENCE – While the R.I. Department of Human Services is still searching for a permanent leader, the department will see another administration change at...
THE AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION'S 20th annual State of Tobacco Control report released Wednesday says that while Rhode Island has made progress to end tobacco use across the state, it still fails to adequately fund tobacco control programs and protect youths from flavored tobacco products.

Report: R.I. improves tobacco prevention efforts, but control programs still underfunded

PROVIDENCE – While Rhode Island has made progress to end tobacco use across the state, it still fails to adequately fund tobacco control programs...

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