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Mindfulness – A Key to Peace in a Busy World

As school gets into full swing, many families find themselves busier than ever juggling the demands of work, school, family and activities. We find ourselves running from one moment to the next, stressed and often times not enjoying the activity in which we are engaged. Though this may seem to be the reality of a [...]

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Winners will be announced October 2!

Thank you so much for your support and votes for our 2014 Pink Glove Dance. The winners and final rankings will be announced on October 2. Stay tuned!

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Roasted Vegetables with Apples

This makes a great side dish for fall to accompany roast turkey or pork loin. 1 butternut squash (small, cubed) 1 granny smith apple (cored and diced) 2 red bell pepper (seeded and diced) 1 sweet potatoes (peeled and cubed) 3 yukon gold potatoes (cubed) 1 purple onion (quartered) 1 tbsp chopped fresh thyme 2 [...]

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Share your Ripon Medical Center memories

As we look forward to opening a new Ripon Medical Center (RMC) this December, we pause to say goodbye to the building that has served us well over the years. What are your memories of 933 Newbury Street? Share here or join us on Tuesday, October 14 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at RMC [...]

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Video blog: Catholic I.D. Being Worry Free

Worrying. Many of us do it everyday. Quite frankly, God doesn’t want it that way.

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It’s all about movement (if your goal is to live a healthier lifestyle)

Written by: Joel Mason, P.T. with Agnesian HealthCare Bone & Joint Health People often get hung up on debating what is the ideal form of exercise and how often it should be done. Running versus walking versus swimming versus weight training versus biking, etc., and it can go in any direction depending on what your [...]

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Obesity increases cancer risk

It has long been known that obesity increases our risk for cardiovascular disease.  New research is confirming that obesity also increases our risk for developing cancer.  A recent study in the United Kingdom and published in the Lancet revealed that high body mass index (BMI) greatly increases risk for many common cancers.  BMI and weight [...]

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