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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we live, work and learn, and many parents worry about how much time kids are spending on screens.
Joanne M. Conroy, MD shares video update
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health Offers Tips for Celebrating the Holiday Season Safely During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Many are wondering as the holidays draw closer how we can still make this time of year special and if beloved traditions may continue.
Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) Pediatricians Susanne Tanski, MD, MPH, and Samantha House, DO, MPH, address some of the common questions people have about their children returning to school.
To help with patients about COVID-19 concerns as they come back for appointments, D-HH has launched a new video series, “Behind the Mask.” This series shows the look and feel when visiting a D-HH location.
“Heads Up: Coping through COVID-19” webinar series provides strategies and tips for juggling responsibilities and maintaining health and wellness during this challenging time. This webinar focuses on parents of infants through sixth graders.
Health system laying important groundwork to begin process of recovery for benefit of patients