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Make Sure Infants Are Sleeping Safely Posted on Oct 23

Make Sure Infants Are Sleeping Safely

Each year, approximately 30-40 Massachusetts infants die due to sudden unexpected infant death (SUID), sometimes called SIDS. Research shows that many of these tragic deaths occur in sleep positions and environments that are unsafe. To prevent the risk of SUID, public health officials are rolling   …Continue Reading Make Sure Infants Are Sleeping Safely

A Healthy Start: Pregnancy and Vaccines Posted on Aug 6

A Healthy Start: Pregnancy and Vaccines

Vaccines are an important component of a healthy pregnancy and there are a few things to you need to know to protect yourself and your baby from vaccine-preventable diseases. Women should be up to date on their vaccines before becoming pregnant, and should receive vaccines   …Continue Reading A Healthy Start: Pregnancy and Vaccines

Your Pregnancy: Protecting Your Baby Starts Now Posted on Aug 10

From the moment you found out you were pregnant, you started protecting your baby. You might have changed the way you eat, started taking a prenatal vitamin, and researching the kind of car seat you’ll buy. But did you know that one of the best   …Continue Reading Your Pregnancy: Protecting Your Baby Starts Now

Healthy Pregnancy! Posted on Sep 10

Healthy Pregnancy!

Being pregnant for the first time, I am always trying to make the best choices about what I am eating. I am sure all of you mothers out there felt the same way, right? We all want a healthy pregnancy and the best for our   …Continue Reading Healthy Pregnancy!