November

As we approach another holiday season, food often takes main stage in our lives. This means we come across all kinds of food that we love – the casserole your grandmother used to make for Thanksgiving, recipes for holiday cookies that were handed down each generation, or maybe you’re stocking up on eggnog for the family gathering that you’re planning to safely host.
 
11/24/2021 by Julie Lavoie, SNHH, Registered Diabetes Educator, Registered Dietitian
When reflux occurs more than twice a week, or it interferes with your life, doctors refer to this as Gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) . For people with GERD, these symptoms can be severe, and relief may require much stronger medications or even surgery....
 
11/20/2021 by Kristin Slade
The Manchester Radio Group recently announces several '2021 Best of the 603' awards. System-wide, Southern New Hampshire Health earned four awards.  
 
11/16/2021 by Kristin Slade
A new minimally invasive procedure for women who must undergo a hysterectomy is now being performed at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center. Janine L. Keever, MD, FACOG, CPE and Vice Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center is among the few surgeons in New England...
11/4/2021 by Kelly Scargill
The deNicola Breast Health Center at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center is one of the first in NH to offer the SmartCurve™ breast stabilization system, which is clinically proven to deliver a more comfortable mammogram without compromising image quality, workflow or dose.
11/14/2018 by Jackie Clancy, SNHH
For the people of Puerto Rico, the recovery stage is going to last months and years, not days and weeks said Mike Rose, CEO of Southern N.H. Health.
11/8/2017 by The Nashua Telegraph
 With recent cold weather and rain moving through the region, flu season has seemed to come early this year.
11/1/2017 by Drew Walker