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We’re Partnering With GPPC!

Posted on: 02/15/21

We’re pleased and excited to announce our upcoming partnership with General Physician, PC, one of Western New York’s largest, most well-respected medical groups. What does this mean for you? First and foremost, we aim to provide improved health care for women in Western New York by increasing accessibility to first-rate cardiology and cancer care. Through […]


How Mammogram Guidelines Have Changed

Posted on: 10/1/19

In 1966, Houston radiologist Robert Egan created what we know today as the modern mammogram. Utilizing x-ray imaging specifically formulated for breast tissue, Egan paved the way for the hundreds of millions of women who have since had mammograms. Fast forward over 50 years, and while the principle of mammography remains the same, some guidelines […]


Five Healthy Habits to Start BEFORE Trying to Conceive

Posted on: 09/26/19

So you’ve decided you’re ready to start a family. Having children is one of the most exciting, fulfilling, and meaningful things a person can do in his or her lifetime. While it sure is exciting to share the news you’re expecting, here are some things to consider before you pull the trigger on bringing new […]


Saving Lives with Blood and Organ Donations

Posted on: 08/2/19

With our annual OGAWNY blood drive coming up, it’s time to talk a bit about the importance of giving blood and what you can do personally. First off, did you know roughly every two seconds, someone in the world needs blood? In America alone, around 4.5 million people will need a blood transfusion this year. […]


Stay Active During Your Pregnancy

Posted on: 07/1/19

Did you know doctors recommend at least 150 minutes a week of moderate intensity physical exercise? They do, and it applies to pregnant women as well. Now that the weather is nice again, you might be asking yourself what kind of activities you can do to stay active during your pregnancy. Fortunately, there are plenty […]


Your First Gynecologist Appointment and What to Expect

Posted on: 06/26/19

Growing up, children in the United States normally visit their pediatricians with regularity. At some point, however, there will be situations in which a pediatrician will pass along continuation of care to another specialized doctor. In the case of female reproductive health, this doctor is a gynecologist.  The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, or […]


Why Proper Nutrition is Important for Women’s Health

Posted on: 03/28/19

March is National Nutrition Month, and in observance, we wanted to talk for a bit about healthy eating. As with all forms of health, proper nutrition is a fundamental cornerstone for women’s health. What you eat and drink each day can hugely affect your health both today and later in your life. We’re going to […]


Condoms, Birth Control and Safer Sex Practices

Posted on: 02/19/19

With Valentine’s day just behind us, we wanted to talk about safer sex practices. We know it can be tempting to go with the flow and be spontaneous, but it helps to plan ahead. This goes twice as far when it comes to sex, due to the potential risks involved. So, with that in mind, […]


Endometriosis and How to Treat It

Posted on: 12/21/18

Endometriosis has been in the spotlight lately, and we’re sure some people are wondering what Endometriosis is. In this article we’ll be covering what it is, what its symptoms are, and how you can go about treating it if you have it. What is Endometriosis? Endometriosis, colloquially called, “Endo,” is a fairly common health issue […]


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 […]