This week's flu report indicates that levels of flu-like illness in Massachusetts continue to be relatively low. It's the lull before the storm, though — we can expect these rates to rise as we head into the thick of flu season. The good news is that there is still plenty of time to protect yourself and your family from the flu, by getting vaccinated. And there's more flu vaccine available this year than ever before. Make an appointment with your health care provider, or search for local flu clinic locations at this online database.
Employee Health & Fitness Month! posted on May 27
May is Employee Health and Fitness Month! It’s time for both employers and employees to support each other by improving office health. If, like me, you have been hibernating all winter, you have that winter insulation to lose. At my office, we have been successful …Continue Reading Employee Health & Fitness Month!
Weekly Flu Report, May 22, 2015 posted on May 22
Rates of flu-like illness continued to decline during the last 7 days, as noted in the latest weekly flu report which can be viewed here.
Easy Summer Kebabs for the Whole Family! posted on May 22
By Lauren Miller, Dietetic Intern, Tufts University Summer is a chance to relax with family and friends, while having fun, sharing stories, listening to music, and enjoying food together. Warm weather and sunshine bring cookouts and mouth-watering food from the grill! Burgers, hot dogs, chicken, …Continue Reading Easy Summer Kebabs for the Whole Family!