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3 Realistic Changes You Can Make to Take Control of Your Health

You don't need a fad diet, miracle cleanse, or perfect workout routine to live a healthier lifestyle! Dr. Eagles explains what three things you can do to take control of your health and wellness.

3 Realistic Changes You Can Make to Take Control of Your Health

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What Parents Should Know about RSV

Respiratory Syncytial Virus, or RSV, is respiratory illness can cause severe distress in young infants and frighten their parents. Learn how caregivers treat RSV and how you can prevent it.

What Parents Should Know about RSV

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Why Communication is Key to Making the Most of Primary Care

Primary care doctors are the go-to for overall health and wellness, but there’s a key element to primary care that shouldn’t be overlooked: communication.

Why Communication is Key to Making the Most of Primary Care

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The Importance of Sun Safety for Children

Many of the chronic conditions that affect adults have their onset in the habits that are established in childhood. South Shore Health's Chief of Pediatrics explains how parents can establish sun safety habits in their kids.

The Importance of Sun Safety for Children

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CPAP Machine Recall: What You Need to Know

Millions of Americans rely on a CPAP machine for a healthy, restful night's sleep. If you use a CPAP machine, you should be aware of a recent recall of machines made by a prominent CPAP manufacturer.

CPAP Machine Recall: What You Need to Know

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What You Need to Know about Tick and Mosquito-Borne Illness

Worried about the CDC report that found diseases spread by ticks and mosquitoes are on the rise? South Shore Health's Director of Infectious Disease has tips to stay healthy and enjoy summer in New England.

What You Need to Know about Tick and Mosquito-Borne Illness

Jim Sheehan of the South Shore Shares his Cancer Story

How Early Colorectal Screening Changed One South Shore Man’s Life

Jim Sheehan never expected to receive a cancer diagnosis at the young age of 54. As a South Shore resident and family man, he now serves as an advocate to his friends, family, and coworkers for early cancer screenings - especially colonoscopies.

How Early Colorectal Screening Changed One South Shore Man’s Life

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How to Manage Quarantine Weight Gain

Ready to make your healthy eating habits and exercise routine a priority again? A registered dietitian explains how small changes can make a big impact when fighting the quarantine 15.

How to Manage Quarantine Weight Gain

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Torticollis: Five Simple Steps to Improve Your Baby’s Movement and Development

Torticollis is a common muscular condition caused by the tightening of one of the muscles on the side of the neck. It is often the result of crowding in the womb. When identified early, it can be easily treated and resolved with no long-term effects.

Torticollis: Five Simple Steps to Improve Your Baby’s Movement and Development