Brown Medicine Insider Newsletter: Winter 2022-2023

A Winter Guide for Diabetics, Cold or Flu?, Employee Spotlight, PBN Health Care Summit 2022, Lifetime Achievement Award, Cold Weather Health Tips and more
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Celebrating Nurse Practitioners

Brown Medicine is pleased to recognize all of our exceptional nurse practitioners. NPs are highly educated and trained medical professionals who play a critical front-line role in the care and well-being of our patients.
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Quit Smoking for Your Health

Tobacco use is the number one cause of preventable diseases in the U.S. Start your journey toward a smoke-free life to be healthier and reduce your cancer risk. Listen to this short message from Brown Medicine’s Dr. Hina Khan.
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Is it a Cold or is it COVID?

Brown Medicine’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Hollmann advises how to know when you should stay at home or go to work when you’re not feeling well. Is it COVID or a cold? What are symptoms of concern? Watch this helpful, brief video to find out.
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Brown Medicine Insider Newsletter: Fall 2022

Ground Breaking Breast Cancer Research, Monkey Pox, In-House Job Fair, Breast Cancer Awareness (Gloria Gemma 5k & Tour de Pink) and more
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Brown Medicine Moving The Needle Podcast: Ground Breaking Breast Cancer Research with Dr. Graff

Dr. Stephanie Graff explains details and results of the landmark Destiny Breast 04 Trial
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Celebrating 50 Years of Medicine at WaterFire

A special WaterFire lighting will be held on October 22, 2022 at sunset (5:54 pm) to celebrate The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University 50 years of medicine.
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5 Ways to Improve your Stress, Health and Well-Being

Healthy lifestyle behaviors can enhance your ability to cope with stress, connect with others, and improve brain focus and mood. From taking a quick stretch or laugh break and practicing gratitude, to volunteering and yoga, here are five ways to improve your quality of life.
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Mosquito and Tick Season is Here

If you spend time outdoors, be smart and protect yourself from mosquito and tick bites. Both can carry pathogens that cause West Nile virus, Lyme disease and more.
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Hydrate for Health

If you are thirsty, you are already dehydrated. It’s the number one cause of mid-day fatigue. Read this article to learn how to stay properly hydrated and replace important electrolytes.
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