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Attend a Free Health Seminar

Is joint pain slowing you down? Do you want to learn what you can do to prevent heart disease? Join our experts from our heart and vascular and orthopedics centers for free health seminars.

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Managing Your Diabetes Online

You and your care team can now better manage your diabetes remotely thanks to our online diabetes management system.

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UMass Memorial Flu Clinics

Patients of UMass Memorial Medical Center are welcome to attend an upcoming flu clinic.

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Find answers to your questions about health and wellness from our team of experts. Learn More »

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What is the Benefit of 3D Mammography vs 2D Digital Mammography?

Radiologist Carolynn Debenedectis, MD, compares 2D digital mammography with 3D mammography (tomosynthesis) -- the latest technology in the fight against breast cancer.

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What is the respiratory disease, Enterovirus D68?

Pediatric infectious disease specialist, Christina Hermos, MD, MS and pediatrician, Safdar Medina, MD, discuss Enterovirus D68, the signs and symptoms to look for and preventative tips.

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Are E-Cigarettes a Healthier Alternative?

Greg Seward, director, Tobacco Free Initiative and Tobacco Consultation Services, addresses the question of using e-cigarettes as a tool to quit smoking.

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October 23, 2014

Baby Massage

UMass Memorial Medical Center partners with New England Prenatal and Family Education to offer comprehensive childbirth classes to expecting women, new moms, their families and support persons.

October 23, 2014

Women's Health Fair

Take charge of your health at Tri River Family Health Center’s free Women’s Health Fair. Clinicians from UMass Memorial Medical Center and Tri River will exhibit and offer information about important health issues facing women today.

October 23, 2014

Exercise and Heart Disease: You Can Do It!

When you've been diagnosed with heart disease or have had heart surgery or a heart attack, exercise becomes an important part of keeping your condition under control and keeping you healthy.