November is National Prematurity Awareness Month, created by the March of Dimes to highlight the types of significant health concerns that arise from preterm birth. When that happens, babies are at higher risk for issues like breathing problems, feeding difficulties, vision and hearing problems, and most tragically, early mortality. Continue reading to learn more.
What comes to mind when you think of fall in New England? Maybe it’s apple picking, pumpkin patches, or the picturesque fall foliage. If you love the fall aesthetic, this transition can be exciting, but for others, the temperature change can have a negative impact. The cooler air and early sunsets can affect a person’s sleep patterns, motivation focus, and eating habits. While many individuals describe this as “seasonal funk,” it is more accurately called Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Since November is American Diabetes Month, it's a good time to deepen our understanding of what the condition entails, who's affected, and strategies that can help with treatment and prevention. Continue reading to learn some of the key facts about diabetes.
With no shortage of health plans, understanding your choices in health insurance can be challenging—but you're not alone. There are several indicators to look for when shopping around for full coverage health insurance. Every plan works differently upon your needs, whether you're looking for yourself, a group of employees, or your family.
Adjusting to unexpected vision loss can be immensely difficult. At Mass Eye and Ear, patients and families are offered short-term psychotherapy to receive guidance and learn coping skills while adapting to a new reality.