Staying Fit and Healthy During The Holidays
The holidays are a time for rest, relaxation, and reset. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, most folks are winding down, taking time off work, shopping for the holidays, and spending much-needed time with loved ones. Between the hectic holiday schedule, overindulgence in holiday food and drink, and the everyday stresses of life, finding time to […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
It’s October, which means it’s time once again to talk about a sensitive topic: breast health. While advances in medicine have both improved breast cancer awareness and made breast cancer more preventable and treatable, adding a home-care routine can significantly increase your chances of catching breast cancer early. That’s important because when detected early, the […]
Have You Been in For Your Checkup Lately?
Let’s face it: going to the doctor’s isn’t at the top of everyone’s to-do list, even in a perfect world. Add Covid-19 into the picture and the anxiety multiplies. In reality, however, a doctor’s office is one of the safest places to be right now! A CDC study from June found that over 40% of […]
COVID-19 Infection and Vaccination during Pregnancy Summary
COVID-19 Infection and Vaccination during Pregnancy Summary Currently, available data suggests that symptomatic pregnant patients with COVID-19 are at increased risk of more severe illness compared with non-pregnant peers. Even though the risk for severe COVID-19 is low, these data indicate an increased risk of need for ICU admission and ventilatory support in pregnant women […]
Five Reasons Why You Should Schedule an Annual OBGYN Appointment
The holiday season has come and gone, the seasons are changing, and just like that, it’s a new year. Soon it’ll be time to file your taxes, get your vehicle inspected, and (gasp) slip on the familiar white paper gown for a yearly OBGYN visit. Or is it? While the circumstances for each individual certainly […]
Premature Birth: What to Know to Minimize the Risks
According to the March of Dimes, premature birth is the number one killer of children under the age of 5. In 2017, almost one in 10 babies born in the United States was born too early. That’s about 400,000 babies every year. When babies are born prematurely, it often leads to health problems, developmental disabilities, […]
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