Pediatric experts from the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Nashua, Lebanon, Manchester and Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center join an online community panel discussion related to children and the COVID-19 vaccine.
Navigating learning environments during the pandemic was the focus of this installment of the Heads Up: Coping through COVID-19 webinar series.
Paul E. Palumbo, MD, an infectious disease-trained pediatrician at CHaD discusses COVID-19 vaccines and children 12-15 years old.
CHaD Pediatric Infectious Disease Physician Addresses Parents' COVID-19 Vaccine Concerns and Questions
The surest way to protect children from the harmful effects of COVID-19 is to get them vaccinated. It's understandable, though, that many parents have questions. Paul Palumbo, MD, addressed parents' questions and concerns in a recent live video update.
Paul Palumbo, MD, pediatric infectious disease physician at CHaD, will be answering questions about the FDA approved use of the Pfizer vaccine for children ages 12-15. Thursday, May 13, at 10:45 am.
A Physician Advisory Group led by Steven H. Chapman, MD, provides guidance to get students back to school.
Video: “Overcoming Challenges of Changing Learning Environments: Part Two” Featuring CHaD Pediatrician
Heads Up: Coping through COVID-19
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Launches New Postpartum Screening Program Amid COVID-19 to Combat Depression and Anxiety
D-H locations in Manchester and Bedford have successfully launched a new postpartum depression screening program for mothers of newborns at two-week, two-month, four-month and six-month newborn visits.
Many individuals are still deciding whether to get immunized, among them, pregnant and breastfeeding women.
On top of the usual amount of child care, household chores and work demands, parents have taken on full or part-time homeschooling and the responsibility of managing abundant family time.