This week's flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness in the state remain at a relatively low level, which is about normal for this stage of flu season. But we can expect these rates to rise as we continue into the new year, and with the holidays soon upon us, now is a great time to go ahead and get vaccinated. There is more flu vaccine available this year than ever before — call your health care provider to make an appointment or search within your community to find a local flu clinic using this online search tool.
Weekly Flu Report, February 5, 2016 posted on Feb 5
The latest weekly flu report shows that flu rates rose again in Massachusetts during the past 7 days. It’s absolutely not too late to get a flu shot if you haven’t already. As a matter of fact, we can expect flu to continue to circulate in …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, February 5, 2016
Year of the Monkey posted on Feb 2
Chinese New Year is the most important holiday of the Chinese calendar. It is usually celebrated for 15 days and is a time to reunite with family, feast on good food and relax from work. As a Chinese American, it is important to me …Continue Reading Year of the Monkey
Tips for Surviving the Winter Blahs posted on Feb 2
Winter can be a hard time for many of us. The days are shorter, darkness sets in early, and oh yeah, it’s freezing out there! The change in seasons wreaks havoc on many people. Some people feel more tired, sad, or anxious when there are …Continue Reading Tips for Surviving the Winter Blahs