Featured Vaccine Articles

New COVID-19 Strains

Learn how to protect yourself and others from the new COVID-19 strains.

Fact or Fiction

Debunking common misconceptions about COVID-19 vaccination.

Vaccine Timeline

Learn about the timeline for getting vaccinated in Massachusetts.

Why Get Vaccinated

Sharon Wright, MD, MPH explains why it’s important to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccine Safety

Sharon Wright, MD, MPH speaks about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.

What to Expect

Sharon Wright, MD, MPH discusses possible side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines.

COVID Conversations

Discussing the latest COVID-19 news and information with the experts.

Episode 1

How do we know the COVID-19 vaccines are safe?

Episode 2

What side effects should you anticipate with the vaccine?

Episode 3

What’s it like to get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Episode 4

Can you get the COVID-19 vaccine if you’re pregnant or lactating?


With people staying apart and physically distancing for so long, collective grief has surfaced for many.

Improving your mental health during these challenging times may be as easy as taking a walk in the woods.

Everyone has experienced loneliness at some point in their lives, but it has been magnified now that we are physically separated from friends and family because of COVID-19.

Our pediatrician answers some commonly asked questions about parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic.

It only takes a couple of weeks to lose prior strength gain, so it is imperative to stay active.

Anxiety, frustration and fear are normal reactions to the unprecedented pandemic situation we’re in now.

We don’t know how long we’ll be at home, so it’s best for our bodies to set up our work environment as though stay-at-home orders will last a while.

During these days of uncertainty and upheaval, many of us may be reaching for snacks as a way to feel better.

You feel pain in your chest and you are short of breath. Are you having a heart attack? Or could it be a panic attack?

Telehealth appointments—using video conferencing or a phone call to consult with your healthcare providers—have become a routine part of care during the COVID-19 crisis.