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.
Bringing a new life into the world can be both amazing and amazingly overwhelming. Start out right by ensuring mom and baby are happy, healthy and supported.
How Improving the Birth Experience is Improving Outcomes
When data shows unnecessary cesarean births are putting patient lives at risk, it’s up to us, as healthcare providers, to act on an institutional level. ...
6 Things Mothers Need to Know About Postpartum Depression
If you or a loved one are struggling with postpartum depression, it’s important to know that you don’t have to suffer in silence. ...
3 out of 4 new mothers will experience “the baby blues” after giving birth.
Source: CDC Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
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 ...
Seven Things You Need to Know About Heart Disease
February is American Heart Month, which makes it the perfect opportunity to raise awareness about treating and preventing heart disease. There’s a misconception that the only people at risk are ...
Seven Things You Should Know About Bariatric Surgery
From the psychological to the physical aspect, everything must be in place for a person to be successful. If you’re considering bariatric surgery, here are seven things you should know. ...
The Mystery of the Mucus Plug
Toward the end of pregnancy, women may see changes in their cervical mucus and wonder if it means that they are in labor.
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Talk with other mothers about life after baby arrives, unexpected emotions and coping skills. Groups are facilitated by Registered Nurses with years of experience caring for women and families.
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