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Your well-being has always been our top priority, and now more than ever, we want to help you stay healthy and connected. That’s why we are offering E-Wellness through Facebook and our website  to help you heal mind, body and spirit during this difficult time.  We also hope that if you are able, you will consider making a donation, no matter how small to help us continue to help you and the community.

Mandy, our Patient Navigator
is always here to help!
Email her at Mandy@gloriagemma.org
with any questions.

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If You're Panicking About the Coronavirus, Stop Yourself by Trying These 7 Methods

Do you find your anxiety high these last few days? We are sharing this great article from our friends at The Chopra Center to reduce or stop feeling panicked.

Check out Roland M. Comtois for a reiki, meditation and prayer Energy Exchange on Facebook

Roland has been working with @GloriaGemma patients and survivors for many years! For more information on Roland visit: blessingsbyRoland.com


If you develop a fever during your chemotherapy treatment it is a medical emergency. Fever may be the only sign that you have an infection, and an infection during chemotherapy can be life threatening.
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Amy Pilotte, Nurse Practitioner discusses changes due to Covid19

Moving Beyond Fear of a Cancer Reccurence

Dr. Doreen Doreen L Wiggins, MD, MHL, FACOG, FACS is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, and Obstetrics and Gynecology at Brown University.

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Staying Well While Staying at Home

A Guide for Cancer Patients and Their Caregivers and Family Members


By Carol Donnelly

Fish & Chips

Here in New England, Friday night is fish & chips night. When I was a kid, I remember standing in line at the local fish monger with my mother to get the huge orders of flaky fish wrapped in crispy, golden blanket laid on a mountain of French fries with a small container of coleslaw and another of tartar sauce nestled into opposing corners of the container.  


As I got older, I noticed just about everyone started offering fish & chips on their menus. The problem was most of it was greasy, soggy masses of flavorless fish plopped onto mounds of even soggier, limp French fries. The other problem is fish & chips are really high in fat and calories. So, here’s a homemade healthier version that delivers on crunch and taste, and comes together relatively quickly.  




Cooking spray 

1-1/3 cups whole wheat Panko breadcrumbs 

1 large egg 

1/3 cup fat free skim milk 

¼ cup all-purpose flour 

1 Tbsp cornstarch 

1 tsp onion powder 

½ tsp garlic powder 

½ tsp paprika 

½ tsp Italian seasoning 

1 tsp table salt 

½ tsp black pepper 

16 uncooked string beans 

2 4oz filets of uncooked Pacific or Atlantic cod—fresh or frozen and thawed (any white fish will do) 




  1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray. 

  2. In a bowl or deep pie plate, mix egg, milk, flour, cornstarch and spices together until combined. Spread Panko breadcrumbs in a shallow dish. 

  3. Prep green beans and make sure they are dry, before dipping beans in wet mixture. Let excess batter drip off, before coating beans with the Panko. Place beans in a single layer on the cookie sheet. Make sure to leave enough room for fish. 

  4. Pat fish filets dry with a paper towel, before dipping them in remaining wet mixture. Let excess batter drip off before coating with Panko. Place on cookie sheet next to green beans. Spray top of fish and green beans with a light coat of cooking spray. 

  5. Bake for 18-20 minutes or until fish is just opaque in center, turning green beans and fish halfway through. 

  6. Serve immediately. 

NatGeo Kids
Animals, science, history, people and places from around the world from The National Geographic Society
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Craft ideas that you can do at home
Free printable student activities from K-6 that you can do at home, especially if you have limited resources
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WGBH’s Distance Learning Center,  curated assignable, self-paced, and self-contained activities to keep students engaged
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Join Save The Bay's educators to learn about Narragansett Bay habitats, animals, and more!
Tune in on Facebook Mon-Fri at 10:00am students will be able to ask questions and engage with our educators live. 
Children's programming aired by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
Videos of astronauts reading STEM themed books from the International Space Station
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The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.

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