Are You or Someone You Know at Risk for Diabetes?

People with diabetes are twice as likely to have heart disease or stroke. It’s the leading cause of chronic kidney disease, lower-limb amputations and adult-onset blindness. Test your knowledge of the warning signs by taking our Quiz.
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Drugs to Avoid in Older Adults

Certain medications should be avoided in older adults to reduce the chance of reactions and side effects.
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Drink More Fluids to Prevent Chronic Dehydration

Nearly 75 percent of Americans are in a state of chronic dehydration throughout the year. Here is some guidance for staying hydrated and healthy
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What You Need to Know About the EEE Virus

Brown Medicine’s Dr. Leonard Mermel offers medical insight and advice on the risks of the Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus which is transmitted by mosquitoes.
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Ann Kashmanian Wins 25 Over Fifty-Five Award

Congratulations to Ann Kashmanian for winning Providence Business News’ 2019 25 over Fifty-Five Award
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Brown Medicine Welcomes New Providers

A number of providers have joined Brown Medicine across several of our specialties. Click below to learn more about these exciting additions to our team!
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Brown Medicine is a Best Place to Work 2019

Brown Medicine won PBN’s Best Places to Work in the large business category for 2019. Thank you to all our dedicated physicians, practitioners, and support staff for this honor!
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Brown Medicine Sponsors Save The Bay Swim

This year Brown Medicine is supporting the 43rd Annual Save the Bay Swim on July 27, 2019.
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Brown Medicine Shares Measles Guidelines for Adults

Brown Medicine’s Dr. John Lonks of the Division of Infections Diseases was a guest on the Cat Country 98.1’s Up Front Show with Phil Marlowe to share measles guidelines for adults who are travelling.
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Brown Medicine Doctors Explain How to Identify Kidney Pain

Because your kidneys are located toward your back and underneath your ribcage, it may be hard to tell if the pain you’re experiencing in that area is coming from your back or your kidney.
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