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Summer _Nutrition _Blog

Getting the Most Out of Summertime Nutrition

The summer, along with vacations and time off, brings many temptations like barbeques, ice cream, and sugary drinks. During the summer, you may be on vacation or your schedule may not be as rigid as it is during the rest of the year, which can make it hard to stick to healthy eating habits. While it’s certainly ok to indulge once in a while, it’s important not to completely forgo healthy eating, even while in vacation mode. Luckily the summer is a season that offers many nutritious foods. Here, Clinical Dietitian Elle Wittneben RD, LDN suggests a few summertime foods you can eat and drink to stay healthy.

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Foot _Blog

Getting Your Winter Feet Ready for Summer

Many of us pay little attention to our feet in the winter when they hidden from the world in heavy socks and boots. Now that warmer weather is on the horizon, you may be looking to get your feet ready for sandal season. NEBH Chief of Podiatry Kenneth Leavitt, DPM, offers some advice to safely prepare your feet for your favorite open toed shoes.

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Traveling _Joint _Pain _Web

Planning a Summer Vacation and Traveling with Orthopedic Issues and Pain

The summer is a great season to relax and take some much needed time off. If you suffer from orthopedic limitations and pain, you might be nervous that you will not be able to fully enjoy a summer vacation. With a few simple tips offered by Dana Zalkind, MD, Medical Director of the NEBH Pain Management Program, you can take comfort in knowing that you can travel and hopefully enjoy your vacation. 

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Diabetes _Month _Blog

Taking an Active Role in Your Health

As a nationally recognized organization for high patient satisfaction and leadership in quality and clinical outcomes as well as having extremely low infection rates, at New England Baptist Hospital (NEBH) we are committed to Patient Safety. At NEBH Patient Safety is the responsibility of everyone who cares for you but you can have a more active role in your health by being an empowered patient.  As a patient or family member of a patient, here are a few things to watch for and ways you can participate so that you can become empowered, informed, and prepared:

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Food _Blog

Tips for a Heart Healthy Diet

February is American Heart Month, which is celebrated every year to raise awareness for cardiovascular (heart) disease, which is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. To reduce the risk of developing heart disease, there are a number of things you can do, including eating a heart healthy diet. Eating healthy will not only be good for your heart, but can also aid in weight loss, which can diminish pain and restore function in your joints.

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