Our receptionists are the first face that our patients see as they walk in the door. Their valuable contribution in-person and on the phone, communicating to our patients to meet their needs, are so vital to our practice and very much appreciated. … [Read more...] about The Important Role of Our Receptionists
Fourteen thousand women die each year from ovarian cancer. Forty-seven percent of women diagnosed with ovarian cancer have a five-year survival rate. Early symptoms of ovarian cancer often go undiagnosed. Ovarian cancer is usually caught late, which … [Read more...] about How to Protect Yourself from Ovarian Cancer
It may not sound romantic but it is important to celebrate Valentine's Day safely, with no unwanted STDs or unplanned pregnancies. If you or your partner have multiple partners and they are male, always make sure they use a condom, and if monogamous … [Read more...] about Valentine’s Day Romance
Claims that STD’s can be passed from a toilet seat are actually very unlikely. Due to the microscopic genetic makeup of an STD, it requires a specific environment to survive which typically involves a warm body. The virus would need to be deposited … [Read more...] about Can You Contract STD’s from a Toilet Seat?
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