The May issue of CNE Talks Your Health is focused on getting your body moving. Stories include the benefits of riding your bike (maybe even to work), how the sun can help to enhance your mood, exercising while pregnant, and tips from our experts on dealing with spring allergies. So, what are you waiting for? Grab your sneaks and get your body moving!
Breast Health Center Is Here to Help
A risk factor is something that indicates a woman is more likely to develop breast cancer than average. They are not harmful in themselves. In fact, a woman's risk of developing breast cancer remains low even if she has several risk factors. Read this powerful article by Angelina Jolie about her decision to have a double mastectomy because she is BRCA1 positive. Read more
Free Lecture on Women's Health
"Navigating the Challenges of Aging as a Woman" is a free lecture being offered by Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island to address these and other women's health issues. The event, to commemorate National Women's Health Month, is scheduled on Wednesday, May 22, at 6:30 pm, at the Women & Infants Medical Office Building at 2168 Diamond Hill Road, Woonsocket.
CNE Names Executive Vice President for Care Management
Care New England has announced the appointment of Nancy Roberts, RN, MSN, as executive vice president for care management. Roberts will continue in her role as president and chief executive officer of the VNA of Care New England, a Medicare-certified, community-based home health agency, and HealthTouch, a private duty home care agency. Both organizations are members of the Care New England Health System.Details
Raymond O. Powrie, MD, FRCP(C), FACP, underscored his belief in the “team approach” by drawing together a multidisciplinary group to edit an international textbook on medical disorders in obstetric patients.
Meet five patients who are being cared for at Women & Infants Hospital, women and newborns whose treatment has been enhanced by the incredible research, compassion, and commitment to excellence that is Women & Infants. » Patient Stories