Learn how one local health care provider is making a difference in helping underserved populations get and stay healthy – all while receiving much-needed relief from student loans. Find out if the Massachusetts Loan Repayment Program from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health might be able to help you.
Do you take the stairs? I mean, most of us use stairs at some point, usually because we have to. But when faced with a choice between climbing stairs and cruising on the elevator, which way do you go? As we’re about to …Continue Reading Are you up for the climb?
Posted by Samantha Noderer Samantha is a Health Communication Intern at the MA Department of Public Health When’s the last time you hula hooped? I never learned how as a kid. But one day last year – in a very manic moment – …Continue Reading Hula Hooping – Playing for Exercise
Posted by Price Armstrong Price is the Programs Director at MassBike The month of May – Bike Month – is almost here. That means that Bay State Bike Week is just around the corner. We’ve already started getting events submitted for …Continue Reading Bike Week 2013: Submit your event!
Posted by Samantha Noderer Samantha is a Health Communication Consultant at the MA Department of Public Health On Wednesday, April 3, dedicated leaders from state and municipal agencies and community organizations gathered at the Royal Plaza Hotel in Marlborough, Mass., for the 2013 …Continue Reading Mass in Motion Action Institute: Building Healthier Communities
Posted by Samantha Noderer Samantha is a Health Communication Intern at the MA Department of Public Health Picture this. You’re on the go, you’re really short on cash, and you’re hungry. The closest, quickest, and cheapest option is your local convenience store. You …Continue Reading A Healthy Convenience Store? Energize Everett Makes it a Reality
If you’re living on the south shore near Weymouth, you may already know about Olympic Pizza. If you don’t, then add it to this weekend’s to-do list. The menu is full of the all the usual staples you’d expect: Greek-style pizza, fries, mozzarella …Continue Reading A pizza joint shows us the “Healthy Wey” to eat
Posted by Samantha Noderer Samantha is a Health Communication Intern at the MA Department of Public Health Over recent years, the pomegranate has swum its way into the mainstream as a coveted superfood full of nutrients and vitamins. With a ½ cup of pom …Continue Reading SPOTLIGHT ON: The Pomegranate
Posted by Tracy Evans, MPH with help from Lindsay Tallon Tracy is a Program Coordinator at the MA Department of Public Health Once upon a time I used to be a very different person. I was the girl who would leave work at …Continue Reading Beg, Borrow, and Steal: Healthy Moms at Work
Posted by: Ellen Tolan, RD, LDN, IBCLC Just in time for World Breastfeeding Week, there is great news for moms and babies! Massachusetts has officially become only the second state in the US to be Bag Free! All birthing hospitals and centers in the …Continue Reading A Milestone for Moms and Babies!