1070 Cranston St. 780-6000 COVID-19 vaccine update Cranston residents 75 years of age or older: If you have not yet pre-registered for the vaccine, you may now register online by going to the city's new website, CranstonVaccine.com. Following
Cranston residents 75 years of age or older: If you have not yet pre-registered for the vaccine, you may now register online by going to the city’s new website, www.CranstonVaccine.com. Following pre-registration, qualifying applicants will be contacted by a city representative based on age with the oldest resident continuing to receive priority.
The following health presentations are scheduled for later this month. Be sure to call 780-6000 to reserve a seat. Space is limited.
Heart disease is the nation’s No. 1 killer of both men and women. However, there are steps we can take to reduce the risk of developing heart disease. One of those steps includes exercise. How does exercise affect our heart, and what are the benefits?
Eye disease and disorders become more common as we age. Dr. Sidhom will discuss the importance of routine eye care and screening for eye disease such as glaucoma and macular degeneration, which are most prevalent in older adults.
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