5 Tips to Prevent Concussions During the Winter
New Englanders still find ways to work and play outdoors during cold weather, but slippery surfaces can increase the risk for head and neck injuries. Whether you’re having fun skiing or skating, or just trying to shovel your sidewalk, use these tips to protect yourself against concussions.
Tips for Exercising Outside in the Winter
Despite the cold temperatures, winter is a great time to get outside and exercise. Read tips from a student athlete and learn how to keep safe in the cold weather.
Townsend Man Recovers From COVID-19
Tim Crory, a 60-year-old from Townsend, is grateful for the care he received at Emerson after he was stricken with COVID-19.
Versatile Lentil Soup Recipe
Enjoy this easy-to-make and nourishing lentil soup recipe that is a perfect warm treat for cold winter days.
Boston Magazine Names 42 Emerson Physicians to 2021 Top Doctors List
More than 40 Emerson-affiliated physicians in a variety of specialties were named to Boston Magazine’s 2021 Top Doctors list!
Emerson Hospital Awarded Highest Grade for Patient Safety
Emerson Hospital has again been honored with an “A” Hospital Safety Score by The Leapfrog Group. Emerson received particularly high marks for various measures, including hand hygiene, reduction in C. diff infections, and maternity care standards.
Stomach Bug, COVID-19, or Flu: How to Tell
Learn how to distinguish between the symptoms of a common stomach bug, COVID-19, the flu, or a more serious GI concern.
25 Things Teens Can Do This Winter that Are Safe and Fun – and Not on Zoom!
With COVID-19 pandemic protocols in place teenagers will be looking for opportunities to spend their time this winter. Here is a list of 25 activity ideas for teenagers.
COVID-19 or Anxiety?
Emerson's behavioral health team's director of operations provides insight on how to distinguish between symptoms of anxiety and symptoms of COVID-19.
Addiction During COVID-19: Resources and How to Help
During the pandemic, the opportunity for people to become even more addicted to risky behaviors, including the use of alcohol and illegal substances, has grown. Stephanie Stratigos, DO, addiction medicine and director of Emerson’s Addictions Recovery Program, provides some important insight.