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From safety to side effects to distribution, there are a lot of questions about the coronavirus vaccine. Get answers from an infectious disease expert.
It's important that you get the care you need — particularly for substance or alcohol use disorder — during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
This year is especially difficult for those who are grieving. Here are five important questions to ask yourself to create a holiday season that is meaningful and manageable.
It can be difficult to get care for substance use disorder. Through office-based addiction treatment, South Shore Health is removing barriers to care for our community.
As we enter the sixth month of navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, uncertainty continues to permeate most aspects of our lives.
History has shown that pandemics tend to provoke stigma and xenophobia. COVID-19 is no different. Learn how to fight the stigma.
For patients with substance use disorder, the sudden changes brought about by COVID-19 can be challenging. Here's how to find support.
Bullying is a sensitive topic, for both kids and parents. An Aspire Health Alliance psychologist explains the roots of bullying behavior and how parents can approach the subject with their children.
Practicing gratitude is free, but it pays huge rewards. The holiday season is a great time to get in the habit of expressing your gratitude. Learn four ways to get started!