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Bariatric Surgery Support Group
This support group is held the second Wednesday of every month from 6-7:30 p.m. at theCare New England Wellness Center, 2191 Post Road, Warwick in conference room B. Please RSVP when possible by calling (401) 736-3731. Free information sessions are available to those who are considering having weight loss surgery through the Center for Surgical Weight Loss at Care New England the first Tuesday of each month. For more information, please visit carenewengland.org/bariatric.  
Taking Time To Rest And Relax Pays Benefits
Looking for a gentle way to relieve tight muscles, improve circulation, and increase your energy level? Try one of our integrative therapies. We offer massage, reiki, and reflexology sessions. Licensed therapists are available for day, evening, and weekend appointments. Call 401-732-3066 today. Details  
Manage Your Diabetes for Life
The Care New England Wellness Center is offering a five-week, ADA certified diabetes outpatient education program. Learn how to manage your diabetes and prevent future complications. Call 401-732-3066 to register. More Diabetes Information Details  
Healthy Steps to Losing Weight
Our registered dietitians and exercise physiologists will help you achieve long-term results. Our Healthy Steps™ program is a 12-week, customized program with personal appointments that includes membership to the Healthtrax fitness center. Learn More Details  
Find a Naturally Healthy You
Integrative therapies are designed to enhance your body’s natural healing powers, help you relax and relieve stress, and address other health concerns you may have. More than ever, people are looking to alternative/integrative medicine as a complement to traditional medical care to help them feel their best. Read more  
Should You Consider a Mastectomy (even if you don't have breast cancer)?
At age 37, Angelina Jolie had her breasts and ovaries removed in an effort to reduce her risk of getting cancer. The big screen actress, who has a strong family history of cancer, made the decision to have the surgeries after learning that she inherited a mutation of the BRCA1 gene - an indicator of being high risk for breast cancer. Read more.  
Preventing Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis is a condition that involves losing bone mass and having weak bones. As a result, your bones are more susceptible to breaking, even from just a minor fall or by bumping into something. Are you at risk? Read more.  
Understand what it means to "eat clean"
Eating clean is practice of avoiding processed and refined foods and basing your diet on whole foods. Clean eating is the road to proper nutrition, disease management, weight lose, toxin removal, and improvement to one's overall well being. View the infographic.  
Acupuncture: Pinning Down the Problem
For someone with a healthy fear of needles, an acupuncturist's table was an odd place to find myself. But after six months of pretending my shoulder pain was temporary punishment for too many push-ups, I met with my primary care doctor who recommended a combination of physical therapy and anti-inflammatories. As someone who shies away from medication, the anti-inflammatories were a hard sell. Instead, I sought an alternative approach: acupuncture. Read more.  
6 tips for preventing high blood pressure
Many people may have high blood pressure and not even know it because it usually doesn't have any symptoms. It's often discovered when your doctor takes your blood pressure during an office visit. Follow these 6 tips to help prevent a rise in blood pressure.  
Easing the Daily Shuffle through Meditation
Meditation practice can not only calm and clear the mind – it can improve health issues like high blood pressure, anxiety, and depression. There are dozens of meditation styles and each one serves different purposes, but what they all seem to have in common are techniques designed to promote relaxation and mindfulness. Learn more about the various styles and their benefits.  
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