Throughout most of the 20th century it was considered risky for a woman to deliver a baby vaginally, or “naturally”, after she had delivered a baby via caesarean section (c-section). However, this is no longer the case. Vaginal birth after cesarean … [Read more...] about Is a Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Safe?
Last April, Seymour Ziegelman, M.D., also known as “Dr. Z”, announced his wife of 50 years, Loretta, was diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis. The illness has no recognized treatment and takes as many people per year as breast cancer. At the time, … [Read more...] about Dr. Ziegelman Retires
Ovarian Cancer afflicts more than 20,000 women a year, and about two-thirds of ovarian cancer deaths occur in women age 55 and older. Do you know the signs of ovarian cancer? Although many ovarian cancer symptoms are vague, signs often include: … [Read more...] about Signs of Ovarian Cancer
Women’s Health and Menopause Center (WHMC) is dedicated to caring for women throughout every stage of their lives. Health and wellness is a priority during the teen years, for mothers-to-be, and for women experiencing menopause. Physicians offer … [Read more...] about Health and Wellness at Every Stage of Life
Women who don’t want to take a pill every day, use a patch or take a timeout for contraception during intimacy may want to consider an IUD.“Women have so many options today,”. “I would encourage women to consider their lifestyle and desire for … [Read more...] about IUDs: Minimal Maintenance, Maximal Protection
When Dr. Kelly Campbell has a patient in the hospital in labor, she can monitor the woman’s fetal heart rate and contraction pattern from her office via electronic medical records. This allows the doctor to tend to other tasks and patients while … [Read more...] about Electronic Medical Records Help Make Health Care Better, Safer and the Patient Saves Time