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How To Cope With A Recent Miscarriage

Posted on: 12/6/18

A miscarriage can be the most difficult time in a person’s life, let alone their marriage. It can really take a toll on your mental health to lose a child before you even get to meet them. We wanted to give you a few ways to cope with miscarriage, should you ever need them. Immediately […]


The Changes To A Woman’s Breasts During And After Pregnancy

Posted on: 09/21/18

Zoe Dobson writes: Becoming pregnant and bringing new life into the world can be an exciting time for many women, but they may not know what to expect from their body as they go through the various changes that it takes to grow another human inside of you. The following will provide a guide for […]


Breast Cancer, Mammogram Screenings and Diagnostics, and Self-Exams

Posted on: 09/7/18

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is coming up this October, so we wanted to touch on this subject in an article here. Breast Cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer that is diagnosed in women in the US. It can take hold in both men and women, but it is much more prevalent […]


Come to Our Charity Softball Game

Posted on: 07/30/18

Feel like helping people? We have a charity softball game with Southtowns Radiology coming up on Sunday, September 9th at 10am. The game is located in Sunshine Park in West Seneca. Come out and give some support to people who need it! Tickets are only $1, and all proceeds benefit Making Strides Against Breast Cancer! […]


What Can Your Donated Blood, Organs and Placenta Do?

Posted on: 07/12/18

We’re going to be honest with you – blood is a big deal. So, with our Blood Drive coming up on July 18th, we’d love to give you an idea of what your blood can do when you donate it. While we’re at it, let’s do the same for organ and placenta donations, too. Let’s […]


The Most Effective Birth Control and Ways to Prevent HIV

Posted on: 06/28/18

In observation of National HIV Testing Day (on the 27th), we wanted to write about the signs of HIV and prevention. We’ll also be covering methods of contraception in this post. If you’re interested in learning more about contraception and HIV/AIDS, contact your OBGYN! Signs and Prevention of HIV/AIDS HIV, or the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, […]


6 Workouts for Pregnant Women (and Why/How You Should Do Them)

Posted on: 05/10/18

We know that the last thing on your mind when pregnant is working out. Pregnancy can make it harder to be active, but there are a lot of benefits to it! Don’t worry, like exercising in general, keeping active is a lot easier than getting active while pregnant. So, let’s get right into it with […]


What to Expect in the Second Trimester

Posted on: 09/4/17

The second trimester (weeks 14 to 27) is a time of rapid change for both Mom and baby. It is also a welcome relief from many of the symptoms of early pregnancy, and for most women, this is the part of the pregnancy where they feel best. Changes to Your Body Over the course of […]


Women’s Health is Such an Important Topic

Posted on: 08/31/17

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What to Expect in the First Three Months

Posted on: 07/31/17

Just imagine. By the end of the first trimester, your baby will have arms, legs, fingers, feet, and toes and will be about 3-4 inches long! While you may be prepared for some of the changes in your body, there are others you may not be expecting. If you know what to expect, the changes […]