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Multiple Sclerosis and MRI

Although the cause of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is unknown ongoing research is moving forward at a remarkable pace and more potential therapies appear to be in the pipeline than ever before.  Continued

Talking Turkey: A Shields Family Tradition Since 1986

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Prepping for the fall sports season? Here's a common football injury every parents should know about.

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World Cup fever? Keep an eye out for this Injury.

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Prostate Cancer Screening Guidelines

Most people don’t know that prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among American men, affecting roughly 1 in every 7. Early detection is the key to treating prostate cancer – so here is what you should know…..   Continued

MRI & Rotator Cuff Injuries: when you need one & when you don't.

Ahhh…summertime.  Warm weather means outdoor sports, vacations, exercise and …shoulder injuries? That’s right, shoulder injuries. Many classic outdoor activities during the summer months are “overhand/overhead” ones like baseball, softball,... Continued

An MRI for Christmas? What to expect from healthcare transparency tools.

If you drove by Shields MRI in Framingham on black Friday this year, you'd have seen a line of MRI shoppers out the door beginning at just after midnight. Continued

Seeing is believing: Get the most quality and comfort from your MRI.

Most people will agree that the word “fun” doesn’t pop into their head when finding out they need to have an MRI scan. The majority of patients will be concerned with both their comfort during the scan and correctly diagnosing the injury. Some... Continued

Head trauma: a serious threat to children athletes. Is an MRI needed?

If your children play football or any contact sport, do they face the risk of injuring their head? Yes. If he or she never experiences a concussion, are they risk-free from any negative changes in the brain? No. Continued

Ten ways to make the most of your health care in 2013

This information is from:Castlight Health, Inc. San Francisco, CA (415) 829-1400, info@castlighthealth.c Continued

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