Wellness for the greater good
One Healthy Boston is a community resource created for you by South Shore Health and WCVB Channel 5.
Featuring medical experts from South Shore Health, One Healthy Boston provides content that gives a deeper understanding of nutrition, wellness, innovations, fitness, and other health subjects that matter to you. One Healthy Boston makes it easy for you to access credible information and the medical experts that will help you take charge of your health and empower you to stay healthy and fit for years to come.
Overall health is only achieved by treating the mind as well as the body. By understanding behavioral health and resources available, you can be better equipped to help someone who is struggling with mental illness or substance use.
Approximately 10.2 million adults in the U.S. have co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
Source: National Alliance on Mental Health
We Are One Healthy Boston
It's great to be able to announce that South Shore Health and WCVB Channel 5 are partnering together to bring you One Healthy Boston. The goal of which is to help you be ...
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Compassion and Humanity are Essential to treating Substance Use Disorder
The effort to reduce stigma associated with substance use disorder includes changing the language we use to talk about addiction, as well as providing services that promote a culture of support.
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Discuss lifestyle changes and adjustments, unexpected emotions and coping skills. Groups are led by RN’s with years of experience caring for women and families.
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