COVID-19 Vaccines for Pregnant or Breastfeeding Women: What You Need to Know
The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines has begun across the globe, and there’s hope that we may finally be able to get the virus under control in the coming months. However, the release of vaccines has become another source of stress for women who are pregnant, thinking about getting pregnant, or are breastfeeding, as they wonder: “Should I get the vaccine?”
Depression, anxiety, and addiction can be isolating, especially for expectant or new mothers. Julie Paul, PMHNP-BC, CNM reflects on her midwifery practice and how it led her to building a community for women on the South Shore.
What Moms Should Know about Optimal Fetal Positioning
Baby spinning is an important part of a woman's late pregnancy routine. South Shore Health Certified Nurse Midwife Mary Hogan Donaldson goes behind the science of baby spinning and answers common questions about the practice.