I made a promise to myself on January 1st, 2018 to stop eating animal products and I kept it! Here's why this is so important to … Read more about Why I Made a New Years Resolution to Stop Eating Animal Products
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. In keeping with that theme, here’s some vital information you need to know, because it could … Read more about It’s Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Here’s What You Need to Know!
A large-scale study presented in November at the 2018 meeting of the Radiological Society of North America shows that women with particular … Read more about Many Women Should Begin Mammogram at Age 30 [American Cancer Society study]
Current guidelines for breast cancer BRCA genetic testing limits the number of women who can get tested, missing many patients with … Read more about Breast Cancer BRCA Genetic Testing Needs New Guidelines NOW! [new study]
Doctors share what you need to know about contraception and getting pregnant in the future. Ever since it was approved by the FDA in 1960, … Read more about Could Birth Control Be Masking Your Infertility Issues?
As illegal meth use has made a comeback across the U.S., pregnant women have not been spared, doctors say. New research shows rural areas in … Read more about Women Using Meth and Opioids During Pregnancy Rising Fast [new study]
After menopause, painful intercourse often is associated with changes due to decreased estrogen levels. It can be difficult to think about, … Read more about Painful Sex? Don’t Keep It a Secret, Tell Your Doctor!
Everybody seems to have HPV. At least that's the impression from a casual internet search about the human papilloma virus (HPV). No wonder … Read more about HPV Vaccine Now Approved for Adults to Age 45 [new FDA study]
It's that time of the year, the weather is starting to turn colder and people are beginning to sniffle and cough. Your best bet is to … Read more about Pregnant Women Can Protect Their Newborns Against the Flu (and themselves). Here’s how.
Here is some bad news from our friends at Harvard. Maybe it isn't surprising if you think about it, but it seems like hamburgers and hot … Read more about Hamburgers and Hot Dogs Increase Breast Cancer Risk, says Harvard
According to a report by the American Cancer Society, an estimated 266,120 women will be newly diagnosed with breast cancer in the United … Read more about A Bra Designed to Detect Breast Cancer? Here’s How It Works.
The largest ever study of silicone breast implants has found the devices are generally safe but associated with a slightly higher risk of a … Read more about New Study on Silicone Implants Reopens Old Debates on Safety
Today I shot a segment of the Doctor's TV Show about family planning and egg freezing. Here are some fertility "fun facts."Ladies, … Read more about Fertility “Fun Facts” that all Women Need to Heed.
Video from news helicopters showed the Air Emirates jet sitting on the tarmac at JFK surrounded by ambulances, emergency vehicles and … Read more about Air Travel, Infectious Diseases and the Germiest Areas on a Plane Trip [new study]
The other day I was told I had early stage breast cancer based on my mammogram.... my life turned upside down and the world collapsed around … Read more about I was just told I had early stage breast cancer based on my mammogram…
Pregnancy is a time of rapid and constant changes in your body. The baby brewing inside you affects your diet, body shape, physical … Read more about This Is How Sleep Changes When You’re Pregnant