Injuries don't just happen while playing sports, in the workplace or when there’s snow and ice. They can happen anywhere and at any time, including during the fall months.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and Middlesex Health encourages you to take this opportunity to learn suicide warning sides and to reach out to your friends and loved ones, encouraging them to get help when needed. Also, if you’ve been directly impacted by suicide, know that there is help available for you too.
While the benefits are numerous, there are some challenges that can come with breastfeeding. Know that help is available and that everyone’s experience is different.
Dr. Dana Kivlin, medical director for the Middlesex Health Center for Continence & Pelvic Health, is treating some patients using Bulkamid, a hydrogel that can provide long-lasting relief of stress urinary incontinence symptoms.
If you are a Middlesex Health patient with a MyChart account, you now have access to medical notes from physicians, nurses, etc. You also can access notes regarding your labs, imaging and pathology.
A hernia is the abnormal exit of tissue, or an organ, through the wall of the cavity where it normally resides, and there are many types. There are hernias that involve the groin, belly button and even the upper stomach, and they can sometimes cause life-threatening conditions.
Learn simple ways to practice mindfulness, a type of meditation where you focus on being intensely aware of what you're sensing and feeling in the moment, without interpretation or judgment.