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Why You Need a Birth Plan

Pregnancy is a long-term process, and one of the most important things a soon-to-be mother can do is create a birth plan. Your birth plan includes your preferences for how you want to deliver your baby and helps encourage positive communication between you and your...

The Right Fit: Looking For A New Doctor

For many people, trips to the doctor are more stressful than they need to be. These visits are important for maintaining long-term health, and finding the right doctor can be a long process for many. To make sure your doctor visits are meaningful, follow these ideas...

Different Procedures For Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis out there, causes inflammation and pain in joints in several areas, frequently the hands, knees, hips and spine. It’s due to eroding cartilage that allows bones to rub against each other during joint movement, and is...

Women’s Health Screenings by Age

Even if you don’t feel sick, it’s important to visit your doctor annually. At those annual visits, your doctor can recommend screenings, laboratory testing and immunizations, and offer counseling on other aspects of health based on your risk factors. Here’s what...

Health Risks During the Postpartum Period

Most expecting mothers know that there are potential risks when it comes to childbirth, but many of us focus more on the risks involved during pregnancy and up to delivery, and less on the risks afterward. The postpartum period (the time after a woman gives birth) can...

Questions About Perimenopause

Understanding “The Change”: Perimenopause Explained Most often referred to as “The Change” or menopause transition, perimenopause is the period in a woman’s life that begins a few years before menopause itself begins. This developmental period is where the body is...

How to Help Your Child Manage Growing Pains

Parents of growing children often hear complaints of aches, cramps and muscle pains. These complaints are most common in the afternoon or evening, and the pain may even wake your child up at night. Most kids start to experience growing pains when they reach preschool...

Should You Take Supplements?

You may have heard from a young age that you are supposed to take a multivitamin to maintain a healthy lifestyle, but is there any truth behind this statement? Doctors recommend that whenever possible, it’s best to get as many of your nutrients as you can from the...

Recovering After ACL Surgery: What to Expect

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), allows for range of motion in your knee. Like other ligaments, the ACL can be torn during activity—often during sports like basketball, soccer, skiing, gymnastics or others that include sudden stopping and starting. For mild tears...

Can Cranberry Juice Help With UTI?

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) will affect over half of all women at some point during their life. Those who experience a UTI will commonly deal with pain, burning, a strong desire to urinate, and urine that smells foul and is cloudy or red-tinted. Some people have...