Rates of flu-like illness continued to decline over the past seven days, according the latest weekly flu report. The report can be viewed here.
By: Rachel Colchamiro and Louisa Paine My kids haven’t been toddlers in many years, but I am lucky to have a few nieces and nephews to enjoy watching go through that stage all over again. As a nutritionist, I probably pay more attention to food …Continue Reading Snacking Made Easy… But Is It Too Easy?
Welcome to the world of Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) created as part of a national effort by The Centers for Disease Control to make environmental and health data more readily available to the public. The Massachusetts EPHT program is happy to announce the release …Continue Reading EPHT Community Profiles: An Environmental Health Snapshot of Your Community
The latest weekly flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness continued to decline over the past seven days. The full report can be viewed here.
This month’s meeting of the Public Health Council included discussions on a series of Determination of Need (DoN) requests followed by informational presentations on the status of a number of proposed amendments to public health regulations. First the Council took up a pair of DoN …Continue Reading Highlights of the May 11th Public Health Council Meeting
By Chloe Davis With summer in Boston just around the corner, we have many reasons to celebrate: warm weather, sunshine, farmers’ markets…maybe even summer vacation! Make your fiesta the freshest one out there with this healthy layered taco salad. Have your children help you wash …Continue Reading Cinco de Mayo Easy Layered Taco Salad
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The latest weekly flu report indicates an increase in rates of flu-like illness in Massachusetts in the past seven days. It’s not too late to protect yourself and your family from getting sick this flu season. Call your health care provider or your local board of health, …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, March 18, 2016
Rates of flu-like illness continue to decline across the Commonwealth, as illustrated by this week’s flu report. Nevertheless, we can expect to see flu circulating well into spring, so there is still time to get your flu shot in order to protect you and your family. Call …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, March 4, 2016
The latest weekly flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness increased slightly in the past seven days. We can expect flu to continue circulating in Massachusetts well into spring – so if you haven’t gotten your flu shot it’s not too late. Call your health care …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, March 11, 2016