Can We Talk? We Hope So!

That’s why we created Simply Well … the new UMass Memorial Medical Center blog for people like you.

Tell us what’s on your mind. What are your important health questions? Do you have practical advice to maintain a healthy lifestyle? Or do you want to hear more about balancing family and work outside the home? Maybe you’ve figured out the secret to life? From parenting to wellness to midlife and everything in between, you can find advice and a place to share your opinions, tips and successes.

Since this is our first post, let’s take a quick tour of Simply Well. At the top menu bar, you’ll find age-related categories that contain information and practical advice for you – whether you’re 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 or beyond. Of course, you’ll always find stories that span the ages too!

Be sure to visit “The Well,” our unending wealth of general information – hidden gems like recipes, fun facts, quizzes, trivia and more that could play a part in your health and your life.

Miss an issue? No problem. Browse our archives located on the right hand column. Simply click to read an item.

Watch for future issues as we unveil guest blog experts with insider information on the topics that matter to you.

Join the conversation. What topics do you want us to cover? What are your important health questions? Any health myths you want busted? Simply Well is your conversation…so let’s talk. 

-Your friends at UMass Memorial Medical Center

  6 comments for “Can We Talk? We Hope So!

  1. pepper
    April 26, 2016 at 12:12 pm

    I just found out I had something called takayasu arteritis, has anyone else had it? I just started prednisone. I am supposed to have shoulder surgery like a year ago but this made it hard to read blood pressure and pulse. I’m not sure what to expect.

  2. Anonymous
    December 31, 2014 at 1:33 pm

    Are there any sites or support groups for people who have IBS (Irritible Bowel Syndrome)?

    • January 5, 2015 at 11:12 am

      This topic will be an upcoming post. We’ll be sure to answer your question. Thanks for asking.

  3. November 27, 2014 at 12:01 am

    Are there any Fibromyalgia Doctors at UMASS? I don’t mean Rheumotologists I mean FIBRO specialist? I feel so misunderstood!!

    • December 4, 2014 at 8:50 am

      Thanks for your inquiry. I would suggest contacting our Department of Rheumatology. The phone number is 508-334-5224. They would be the best resource as to who you could see.

  4. June 11, 2014 at 10:38 am

    great post!

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