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Friday, December 3, 2021

Counting Sheep? 5 strategies to encourage a better night’s sleep

Sleep is important for our overall health. Sleep affects mood, energy levels, productivity, and mental clarity.  Recent studies also indicate the amount of sleep can impact weight gain/loss. So whether you are having difficulty...

What is a Urogynecologist?

Urogynecologists are physicians who have completed a residency in either OB-GYN or urology as well as a two to three year specialty fellowship in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. The fellowship training provides...

Recovering After a Miscarriage

Emotional Healing After a MiscarriageThe loss of a child through miscarriage can be a difficult and emotional experience. Even in the early weeks of pregnancy, many women develop a strong bond with their unborn...

February 24: Postpartum Mental Health

  There is a range of postpartum disorders that can develop anytime during the first year after your baby is born. These disorders can result from social stressors and biological factors. It is important to know...

February 17: Minimally Invasive Procedures for Stress Incontinence

Women suffering from stress incontinence experience the leakage of urine when they cough, sneeze, laugh or engage in any activity that increases the pressure on the bladder and/or the supporting tissue. There are many non-invasive treatment...

February 10: Infertility and When to See Your OB-GYN

Infertility is a medical condition that affects more than six million people in the United States. While it is not always talked about, about 10 percent of couples experience difficulty getting pregnant. If you are...

February 3: Heart Health

Did you know that heart disease kills more women than all cancers combined? While it is important to spread awareness, it is also important to help educate our friends, families and loved ones. Here...

January 27: Who Needs Calcium?

While certain factors can increase one’s risk for Osteoporosis, there are some measures that all women can take to help prevent the development of Osteoporosis. One of these measures is to make sure you...

January 20: Breast Density

Breast density describes the composition of a woman’s breasts. Breasts are made up of glands, fat and thickened tissue, but the amounts of each of these components vary from woman to woman. Women who...

January 13: Permanent Birth Control Options

The majority of birth control options available – pills, implants, injections, rings, patches and IUDs – serve as temporary solutions for contraception, meaning that at any time, women can choose to discontinue use and...

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