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Stop the Bleed: How Proper Training Can Help You Save a Life

Uncontrolled bleeding is the number-one cause of preventable death from trauma. This makes training to stop uncontrolled bleeding an essential public health tool, right up there with CPR and access to defibrillators.

Stop the Bleed: How Proper Training Can Help You Save a Life

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Colleague Spotlight: Celebrating Alisha Cardoso and Ana Colson!

Each month, South Shore Health gives the Colleague Spotlight Award to a colleague who demonstrates exemplary behaviors, actions, and/or work practices...

Colleague Spotlight: Celebrating Alisha Cardoso and Ana Colson!

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Sporting the Right Shoes: Three Tips to Keep You On Top of Your Game

While it might be tempting (particularly for parents of young kids) to just throw on last season’s footwear and call it a day, it’s important to make sure that any athletic footwear fits properly.

Sporting the Right Shoes: Three Tips to Keep You On Top of Your Game

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Waitlists, Skip the Line, and More: Four Exciting South Shore MyChart Enhancements

South Shore MyChart has long been a convenient tool for patients, but recent enhancements have made it even more useful!

Waitlists, Skip the Line, and More: Four Exciting South Shore MyChart Enhancements

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Teen Substance Use and Risks: Establishing Healthy Behaviors Early

Adolescence – sometimes just seeing or hearing this word makes people cringe, as it brings back memories of awkward or difficult years gone by...

Teen Substance Use and Risks: Establishing Healthy Behaviors Early

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How High BMI Can Affect Your Care During Labor and Delivery

Our goal as anesthesiologists is to both alleviate pain and to keep the patient and baby safe. We need to anticipate any complications that could jeopardize the safety of the patient and baby on the day of delivery. We also want patients to be aware of these potential challenges in advance so they are not caught by surprise if something changes during delivery.

How High BMI Can Affect Your Care During Labor and Delivery

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Understanding Aphasia: Causes, Symptoms, and Therapies

When Bruce Willis's family announced that the famous actor was stepping away from his career due to an aphasia diagnosis, it thrust the often misunderstood condition into the spotlight.

Understanding Aphasia: Causes, Symptoms, and Therapies

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Play Ball: Preparing Your Shoulder for Pitching this Spring

Baseball season is upon us on the South Shore! Whether you're a Little League coach or the starting pitcher for your high school team, baseball season...

Play Ball: Preparing Your Shoulder for Pitching this Spring

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Five Questions on Colorectal Cancer Prevention, Answered

March is National Colorectal Cancer Prevention Month, a good time to spread awareness about the disease and highlight the importance of colorectal cancer screening, prevention and treatment. Robert Driscoll, MD, explains how increased screening, improved treatment and more awareness about lifestyle-related risk factors are reducing the number of colorectal cancer diagnoses and deaths.

Five Questions on Colorectal Cancer Prevention, Answered