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State health officials announce the first confirmed case of enterovirus D68 in Massachusetts.
A number of states are reporting an unusually high number of children with severe respiratory illness caused by enterovirus D68 (EV-D68).
State health officials reported on Aug. 22 that a Cambridge man in his 60s was hospitalized with West Nile virus. He has since been released from the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.
New data from the 2014 City of Cambridge Community Health Assessment offers insight into major issues impacting the health and well-being of residents.
In celebration of Menís Health Month this June, the Menís Health League has awarded $500 mini-grants to five local groups seeking to improve the health of Cambridge men and boys.
The Cambridge SNAP Match Coalition is helping three farmers markets in Cambridge raise matching funds to give low-income families and individuals access to fresh, nutritious, locally-grown produce.
The Cambridge Public Health Department, through its Letís Move Cambridge and Cambridge in Motion campaigns, has awarded mini-grants totaling $5,000 to local organizations to develop activities that promote healthy eating and physical activity.
For American Stroke Month this May, the Menís Health League is hosting the sixth annual Cambridge Barbershop Tour on Saturday, May 3 from 12 noon to 3 p.m. at Nu Image Barbershop, Just the Way You Like It, Troy Anthonyís Barber Shop, and In Style.
The Cambridge Public Health Department announced today that two cases of measles, with no connection to each other, have been confirmed in Cambridge in the past week.
Following the winter storm, the Cambridge Public Health Department is urging residents to clear snow from their car tailpipes to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
Suzy Feinberg, MPH