Hurricane Michael approaches the Gulf Coast with the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend region in its path…
A happy and healthy sex life starts by saying #YESmeansTEST. On August 29, 2018, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released new data revealing…
Each year, more than 1 million women in the U.S. are diagnosed with Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)...
Overheating during pregnancy can negatively affect a baby, depending on the heat intensity and the trimester.
July is International Group B Streptococcus Awareness Month. Yes, there is a special month just for group B strep! Why? Because group B strep (GBS) harms as many as 4.1 million babies each year.
A LARC is a long-acting reversible contraceptive. Birth control is not one-size-fits-all, but a LARC may be right for you. They are a great option for a woman who perhaps wants a future pregnancy but desires effective, multi-year pregnancy prevention for now.
Are you breastfeeding this holiday season? Follow these tips from Certified Lactation Counselor, Libbie Stroud.
The next generation of Tallahassee women is growing up quickly, and I feel it is my responsibility as a healthcare provider to help them prepare for the road I know is ahead of them. The Girlology program provides the perfect method for this community outreach.
As NFLWC’s Clinical Resource Coordinator, LPN, and Certified Lactation Counselor, I host breastfeeding classes every 3rd Monday of each month in our OB lobby to give expectant moms the knowledge and confidence they’ll need to nourish their new babies.
This is my story, and why I am passionate about educating patients…
By: Libbie Stroud, LPN, CLC
Have you binge watched Game of Thrones lately? You may think you’re safe in the comfort of your recliner and Snuggy®; however, binge watching and channel surfing are dangerous pastimes. According to the American Heart Association, binge watching TV (and other practices of a sedentary lifestyle) can increase your risk of dying from blood clots.
The inactivity and slowed blood flow can cause blood clots in your legs or pelvis. When these clots break free, travel to your lungs and become lodged in your small blood vessels, you risk death by pulmonary embolism.
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