This facebook page is Public Health’s starting to discover if Healthy Beginnings/ Public Health Services can use social media can help provide accurate, reliable and credible information to our citizens. We want to have conversations with moms, dads and families to increase the access of information, share knowledge, listen and provide support along your parenting journey. Please respect the topic and spirit of this page. This page is moderated and off topic, offensive and spam posts will be deleted.
Public Health, Capital Health encourages interaction, discussion, commentary, questions and even criticism but ask that you keep your comments and posts relevant and respectful. We may remove any post or ban anyone who violates these guidelines. In particular personal attacks, inappropriate language, racism, spamming and excessive posting will not be tolerated. We reserve the right to move discussions to the discussion boards on this page and to delete excessive wall postings to improve the overall community experience.
Public Health reserves the right to remove posts advertising commercial products, as well as those that violate Facebook's terms of service, or are inaccurate or otherwise objectionable.
We will not post form letters with the same content from multiple users. Relevant comments or "like" votes on previously published posts are always welcome.
Provides services to women of childbearing years & families, newborns, infants & young children in Capital Health (NS), for the healthiest beginnings possible. https://twitter.com/HealthyBeginni3 http://pinterest.com/healthybeginnin/
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Postnatal follow-up – A Public Health nurse visits all new moms in hospital soon after their baby is born. Within three days
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