The latest weekly flu report shows that rates of flu-like illness dipped slightly in the Commonwealth in the past seven days. Flu is unpredictable though, and it’s too soon to say whether we’ve seen the peak of flu season just yet. In any event there is still plenty of value in getting a flu shot, because even after the flu season hits its heights, flu will continue to circulate in our communities well into March and beyond. Call your health care provider, your local board of health, or a local pharmacy today and get vaccinated!
Weekly Flu Report, January 30, 2015 posted on Jan 30
The latest weekly flu report shows another increase in rates of flu-like illness in the Commonwealth, a sign that flu season is in full swing in this part of the country. You can take steps to reduce the spread of flu in our communities through …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, January 30, 2015
Super Bowl Picnic! posted on Jan 26
Our much-beloved New England Patriots are contending for the Super Bowl this Sunday! And the big questions are…who will you watch the game with? What will the best commercial be? And, let’s face it—what goodies are we going to eat? Back in the days before …Continue Reading Super Bowl Picnic!
Weekly Flu Report, January 23, 2015 posted on Jan 23
The latest weekly flu report shows an increase in rates of flu-like illness during the past seven days. Flu season is certainly here in New England – but there are some simple, common-sense steps that you can take to keep from getting or spreading the …Continue Reading Weekly Flu Report, January 23, 2015