Many parents have found themselves in this situation: their young child is experiencing respiratory discomfort, and is coughing and wheezing but can’t explain exactly how they feel. Allergies could be the culprit, but similar symptoms are also shared with asthma, a chronic lung disease that impacts breathing. These similarities can make it challenging for parents to know what their child is suffering from.
This past November, a group of our amazing team members traveled to a remote island off of Haiti to provide much needed medical care. Our team is passionate about the health of our local communities as well as other communities in need. We are so proud of everyone who came together and worked so hard to make this trip successful. Here is a video with some highlights from the journey.
As thousands of kids throughout New England prepare to return for yet another school year, parents across New England are already dreading the back-to-school illnesses that plague classrooms across all grade levels. Avoiding getting sick around the start of a new school year can be challenging, but it helps to have an understanding of what to look out for. Here Read More >
Get a gift you didn’t want this year? It’s the most wonderful time of the year! You’ve turned to the last page of your calendar, hunkered down next to the fireplace wrapped in a blanket and devoured the last of the leftover turkey. But despite all of the preparations you’ve made and work you’ve done, there’s a chance you’ll get Read More >
In a time of need, our decision-making processes are often compromised. This is not because we’re not capable, but rather, we’re perhaps feeling the pressures of the moment, or we’re just not as well educated on the finding an answer for the task at hand as we’d typically like to be. That sentiment rings loud when it comes to Read More >