As you can see in this week's report, the level of flu-like illness in the state has decreased to an even lower level than what is expected for this time of year. While we would normally see seasonal flu-like illness begin to increase at this point and then peaking in late-February or Match, flu-like illness continues to remain at low levels. Nevertheless, we encourage everyone to get their H1N1 vaccine – find a clinic near you at http://flu.masspro.org or contact your regular health care provider.
Summer Asthma Management posted on Jul 24
How to Help Your Child Live a Healthy, Active Life with Asthma.
Blueberries for All! posted on Jul 22
July is National Blueberry Month! Since the entire month is dedicated to blueberries, this is a great time to remind ourselves how healthy blueberries are, as well as learn about the different ways we can enjoy them. These delicious berries are low in calories and …Continue Reading Blueberries for All!
Highlights of the July 16 Public Health Council Meeting posted on Jul 16
This month’s meeting of the Public Health Council featured discussions on two Determination of Need (DoN) requests, a final vote on proposed amendments to existing regulations related to prevention and treatment of sports concussions among student athletes, and two informational presentations on current DPH activities …Continue Reading Highlights of the July 16 Public Health Council Meeting