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When Your Labor Needs to be Induced

By Stacey L. Wessman, DO

A woman’s labor starts with contractions. They open, or dilate, the cervix to prepare for the baby’s birth. We do not fully understand what makes ...

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What is an OB ED?

By Kimberly O. Dever, MD

In the event of an emergency, having immediate access to specialized care is crucial for both mothers and their babies.

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Midwifery Care: Your Questions Answered

By Nannette M. Landry, CNM

Nurse midwives provide dedicated support to everyone involved in a woman’s pregnancy, labor, and delivery experience.

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Facebook Live: COVID-19 & Back-to-School

By Jeremy P. Warhaftig, MD

Dr. Jeremy Warhaftig talks about monitoring your child’s health, tips for starting conversations with them about healthy habits.

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Facebook Live: What is Orthopedic Care?

By Michael W. Geary, MD

Orthopedic care addresses any and all injuries of the musculoskeletal system, and can be used to help patients manage pain and improve chronic conditions like ...

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Sending Your Children Back to School Safely

By Jeremy P. Warhaftig, MD

As schools and childcare facilities in Massachusetts are preparing to reopen, many parents are left wondering how they can continue keeping their kids safe and ...

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Back-to-School Vaccinations and Well-Child Visits

By Charles F. Polcari, MD

Fall is just around the corner, which means families everywhere are preparing to send their kids back to school.

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COVID-19: Helping Children Adopt Healthy Habits

By Sarah C. Schneider, MD

Even though handwashing isn’t a new behavior for your child, they are likely being asked to wash their hands much more frequently than they may ...

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Facebook Live: COVID-19: Testing and Patient Safety

By South Shore Health

As health workers across the nation continue their efforts in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic, proper testing is essential for slowing the spread of the virus, ...

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