December may be full of holidays and cheer, but it also comes with the least amount of daylight. The winter solstice provides 6 hours less daylight than the longest day of the year and could lead to anxiety and depression. If you are experiencing the … [Read more...] about Less Daylight, More Sadness
During normal circumstances even if you don’t have seasonal affective disorder (SAD), it is common to feel a bit of the blues during and after the holidays, especially in Michigan where the skies are gray and the temperatures make outings a chore. … [Read more...] about The Holiday Blues
The Influenza vaccination is shown to be safe and effective for pregnant women and their fetus. Protecting yourself and others from influenza saves lives. The more people who are vaccinated, the higher impact it has on our population as a whole. We … [Read more...] about Get Your Flu Shot
Women's Health and Menopause Center wish all who celebrate Rosh Hashanah a sweet, healthy and good New Year. … [Read more...] about Happy Rosh Hashanah
Endometriosis is a four-stage disorder that involves tissue growing outside of the uterus. This condition is often very painful and can be chronic, which is why it’s important to have regular appointments with a gynecologist you trust to discuss any … [Read more...] about Endometriosis Diagnosis and Treatment
You have many decisions ahead of you. One of the earliest you will have to make in your pregnancy is when to start telling people that you are expecting. This is typically an exciting time and one that should be surrounded by positivity and joy. … [Read more...] about When Should I Start Telling People That I Am Pregnant?