It seems like just yesterday when you learned about your pregnancy, now your due date is fast approaching. Perhaps some anxiety and nervousness is starting to bubble up. Here are a few tips shared by Kelly Campbell, M.D., that may help calm your … [Read more...] about Tips for Labor & Delivery
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A new report states that binge drinking in women and girls has become a huge problem in our society, not widely recognized though. Binge drinking has been a factor in 23,000 deaths each year in girls and women. Do you know if your daughter, wife, … [Read more...] about Binge Drinking in Girls and Women
Osteoporosis, or “porous bones”, is a disease that weakens the bone structure, leading to the loss of bone mass and strength. The disease can lead to sudden fractures, usually in the back and hips. Andrew Markowitz, M.D., a menopause physician at … [Read more...] about The Link Between Menopause and Osteopenia/Osteoporosis
No doubt you’ve heard of folic acid, but do you know what it does? Folic Acid, or folate, is a B vitamin that helps prevent brain and spinal cord birth defects. “I advise pregnant women take at least 1000 mcg of folic acid before and during … [Read more...] about Folic Acid: A Pregnant Woman’s Best Friend
The U.S. Preventative Task Force recently announced new guidelines for women getting a pap smear. According to the group, a Dutch study suggests women over 30, who have a normal pap test and a negative human papillomavirus (HPV) test, are at a very … [Read more...] about Yearly Exams Are Still Important