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                      Gloucester Daily TimesSeptember 15, 2019 -?Lawmakers want tighter rules for vaccines



                      A proposal filed by Rep. Paul Donato, D-Medford, and Sen. Becca Rausch, D-Needham, would require the state Department of Public Health to set standards for medical and religious exemptions to vaccines required of children attending public and private schools, and take over the processing of applications to opt-out.

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                      wbjournalAugust 23, 2019 - Burnout is now a recognized contributor to your health


                      “It’s a conflicting healthcare model that physicians and everyone is working in right now,” Bombaugh said. “Physicians are leaving medicine because of the impact burnout is having on their personal lives and professional lives.”

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                      Salem News LogoAugust 22, 2019 - Cases of Drug Diversion Increase



                      The Massachusetts Medical Society, the state's largest physician group, has called for tougher rules to limit the amount of excess opioid medication that can be diverted, including through safe disposal programs, strict adherence to prescription monitoring programs and prescribing guidelines, partial-fill prescriptions and patient and caregiver education.

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