Posted by John Jacob, a health communications writer and editor at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health
We've begun to see an uptick in flu rates in Massachusetts, according to the latest weekly flu report (Word, PDF). If this flu season is like most previous ones, we can expect to see flu rates continue on the upswing into the new year, and not even peak until late February or March. The good news is that there continues to be plenty of flu vaccine available and it's absolutely not too late to protect yourself and your family by getting a flu shot. Call your health care provider to make an appointment, or search for a convenient local flu vaccination clinic near you at www.mylocalclinic.com.
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!