Dr. Green, Eileen Davidson Grayken, John Grayken, and Eugene Duffy talking in a group

South Shore Health CEO Reflects on Grayken Gift

South Shore Health President & CEO Gene E. Green shares his thoughts on what a $10 million gift for Substance Use Disorder and Behavioral Health services and initiatives from John and Eilene Grayken of Cohasset will mean for our community.

South Shore Health CEO Reflects on Grayken Gift

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How to Cope with Mom Guilt

Motherhood can be tough, but many moms feel like they have to hide that fact. A South Shore Health midwife talks about mom guilt and how to cope with these feelings throughout pregnancy–and beyond.

How to Cope with Mom Guilt

Eat, Sleep, Console

Eat, Sleep, Console: A new approach for substance-exposed newborns

A new way of caring for opioid-exposed newborns allows South Shore Hospital to reduce the use of withdrawal symptom medications and lets pediatric patients go home earlier.

Eat, Sleep, Console: A new approach for substance-exposed newborns

Women and Heart Disease Risk Infographic

Emotions and Their Role in Heart Health

Heart health isn’t only about diet and exercise. Antony Sheehan of Aspire Health Alliance explains why the emotional and mental health dimensions of our lives play a huge role in our cardiovascular health.

Emotions and Their Role in Heart Health

Sad woman at holiday time

Coping with Holiday Emotions

Holiday movies and commercials tell us we should have warm, fuzzy feelings this time of year. Antony Sheehan, President & CEO of Aspire Health Alliance, offers some tips on how to find comfort if you're struggling during the holidays.

Coping with Holiday Emotions

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Three Steps to Reduce Digital Depression in Teens

Digital depression is real. Barbara Green, PhD, Medical Director of Youth Health Connection, reflects on a recent discussion about teens and social media use.

Three Steps to Reduce Digital Depression in Teens

Barbara Green, PhD in 2005

Celebrating 25 Years of Promoting Healthy Families and Communities Across the South Shore

This year, Youth Health Connection celebrates its 25th year. South Shore Health takes a look back at the inspiration for the project, it's long history, and its bright future.

Celebrating 25 Years of Promoting Healthy Families and Communities Across the South Shore

South Shore Hospital Emergency Department Staff

Alcohol Use Disorder: A Crisis in Plain Sight

The nation's ongoing opioid crisis is serious. But we're contending with an equally devastating crisis: Alcohol abuse and addiction. South Shore Health's emergency care doctors and behavioral health experts share the data and resources available to those struggling with alcohol use disorders.

Alcohol Use Disorder: A Crisis in Plain Sight

anxious child

6 Tips to Ease Back-to-School Anxiety

Anxious feelings triggered by transitions, such as heading back to school, are normal and expected for kids of all ages. A behavioral health expert offers tips to make it easier.

6 Tips to Ease Back-to-School Anxiety