Did you catch the interview of Dr. Vikki McKinnie on AM Break with Anne & Audra? Anne Howard chatted with Dr. McKinnie about her upcoming Girlology class on Sunday, March 26, 2017. Register for the class at www.Girlology.com» Read news article
We are pleased to announce our partnership with Live in Tallahassee! They stopped by our booth at the Tallahassee Fitness & Food Festival, held at the Turnbull Conference Center on Jan. 28. Watch the footage here!» Read news article
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV)—Baby bumps were a common sight on the ground of Capital Regional Hospital today, but it may not be from who you’d expect.
More than eight men were recognized at a luncheon for the final day of the March of Dimes’ “Men in Labor” event.» Read news article
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV)—This fall, men across Tallahassee have volunteered to carry some extra luggage around for a good cause.
Local men are enduring a nine-week pregnancy for the March of Dimes ‘Men in Labor’ campaign. The mission is to improve the health of mothers and babies.» Read news article
TALLAHASSEE, FL. (WTXL)—This year marks the fourth tear the “Men in Labor” campaign has been held in Tallahassee, in an effort to raise money and awareness for the March of Dimes.
In all, there are 11 men who volunteered to wear fake pregnancy bellies for nine weeks at various fundraising events.
One such event was a charity golf tournament, held Thursday morning at Southwood Golf Club.» Read news article
To avoid these problems, North Florida Women’s Care says don’t go to the Miami area if you’re pregnant, and use condoms if your partner does go to these affected areas.
North Florida Women’s Care Nurse Practitioner Kendra Marcinowski said, “If her partner has traveled or is exposed then it can be transmitted sexually, so that’s a big concern as well.”
Bug spray is another big way to prevent mosquito bites.
“DEET is safe during pregnancy, so I definitely recommend that, long pants, long shirts, trying to avoid mosquitoes in general because they do carry other diseases as well,” said Marcinowski.» Read news article
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued an unprecedented travel warning and advised all pregnant women in the U.S. to be screened for Zika…. Friall, who also chairs a section of the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, recommends both men and women follow guidelines for Zika prevention.» Read news article
Friday was a rare occasion for most of the PACE Center for Girls students seated at a large oval table within Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare’s board room. Sure, they’d seen doctors when they were sick or ailing. But this was different.
Drs. Andrea Friall, Alma Littles and Temple Robinson, three black female doctors who are leaders in their respective fields, were seated among the at-promise girls who may have struggled in traditional schools.» Read news article
View the video on Tallahassee.com
Dr. David Dixon, who works at North Florida Women’s Care at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, talks about how dads can get involved in creating a better pregnancy.
Dr. David J. Dixon, D.O., remembers “walking the walk” together with his wife during her two pregnancies.
“The walk,” in this case is a simple way to characterize the journey of support, preparation and energy that a couple must undergo in the stages leading to the delivery of a healthy baby.
As a board certified Ob-Gyn, Dixon had a good deal of medical knowledge on his side, playing his role as a supportive partner and helping lead to healthy, normal deliveries of his two children.
“Surely, pregnancy can be an exciting thing for both mom and dad, but it can also be a time full of anxiety,” Dixon said.
At the North Florida Women’s Care offices in Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare, Dixon often talks with soon-to-be-fathers who are eager to help alleviate some of the difficulties of pregnancy.» Read news article
Why would a facial plastic surgeon care if you smoke?
“Yeah, yeah,” you think, “of course, everyone knows smoking is bad for your lungs, but smoking doesn’t affect my face, and it makes me look cool, right?”
Smoking, unfortunately, does nothing good for the way you look. In addition to all the bad things you have likely heard about smoking hurting your health, it is can also be devastating to your appearance. The nicotine in cigarettes causes constriction of the tiny blood vessels that feed the skin and soft tissue of the face. This leads to premature aging, more wrinkles and tissue sagging. It also dehydrates the skin and will lead to a rougher, more crinkly appearance.» Read news article
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