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Shin Splints and How to Prevent Them

Shin splints, also known as medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS), can be a painful condition in the legs. While this condition can be caused by various activities, a high percentage of shin splints are related to running injuries for runners who put in long distances...

Understanding Postpartum Depression

After having a baby, there is a lot that happens to new a mom. Unfortunately in some cases, one of the things that can happen is postpartum depression, a condition with varying degrees of severity that some new mothers experience within the first few weeks or months...

Allergic Rhinitis: Complications and Treatment

Allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever, is a common condition that affects more than 60 million people in the United States each year. Symptoms of allergic rhinitis include: Sneezing Watery eyes Runny nose Difficulty smelling Itchy eyes, nose, mouth, throat or...

Obstetrics vs Gynecology: What’s the Difference?

Many women see an OB/GYN provider for their women’s health needs, including pregnancy and menopause management, but did you know that OB/GYN actually encompasses two different medical specialities? Obstetrics and gynecology. Here’s a look differences between the two....

Joint Fusion Surgery FAQ

Also known as arthrodesis, joint fusion is a surgical procedure for the treatment of severe arthritis pain. It involves fusing together the bones in your aching joint to create one solid bone. The fused bone is often more stable and results in decreased pain. Here’s a...

6 Tips to Prepare for a Healthy Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a life-changing moment for any woman. If you are thinking about having children in the near future, it’s good to identify your goals and create an action plan well in advance to help you prepare for a healthy, happy pregnancy. Tip #1: Schedule an Initial...

Why am I Spotting Between Periods?

It’s not uncommon for women to experience spotting (irregular bleeding) between periods. In fact, most women experience it at least once throughout their reproductive lifetime. Spotting between periods is usually nothing to be concerned about, but in some cases, it...

Could My Child Have a Learning Disability?

All children learn and grow at a different pace—some children may be take longer to develop reading and writing skills than others, but a slower pace is not necessarily a sign that your child has a learning disability. If your child’s difficulties continue over a...

Tips for Safely Exercising While Pregnant

Regular exercise is an important factor of staying healthy and energetic throughout your pregnancy. It can also decrease the risk of certain conditions, reduces stress and helps you build up stamina for delivery. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology...

Cardiac Rehabilitation: What is it and Why is it Important?

If you’ve ever experienced heart failure, angioplasty, heart surgery or a cardiac event—such as heart attack or angina—you may have heard your doctor mention the term “cardiac rehabilitation”. Cardiac rehabilitation is a medically supervised and individualized program...

Tips to Live a Longer, Healthier Life

Although some aspects of life are out of our control, there are things we can control like diet, exercise and making healthy choices. Steps you take earlier in life can have a profound effect on not only how long you live but also on how you feel and how active you’re...

Tips to Avoid Joint Injury During Your Workout

There are many health benefits to exercise, but it’s important to remember that exercise also presents a risk of joint injury, whether acute or the result of long-term wear and tear. In order to prevent joint injuries, there are several things you can do before,...