We recommend for all our patients who are pregnant or trying to conceive to take folic acid daily…
Have you made your New Year’s resolution yet? It’s tempting to set highly restrictive goals for ourselves; however, we recommend a few that are easy to keep and promote healthy lifestyle habits.
The holiday season happens in the heart of flu season. National Influenza Vaccination Week (December 6-12) reminds you to protect yourself and your loved ones by getting the flu shot.
These two devices are not getting along well. Studies show that women who used a menstrual cup had a nearly fourfold increased risk of IUD displacement compared with women who do not use menstrual cups.
n honor of National Immunization Awareness Month, we are highlighting the importance of vaccination during pregnancy. Two of the vaccines expecting mothers should receive are the flu shot and the Tdap vaccine. Vaccination is one of the most important things moms can do to protect themselves and their babies from life-threatening diseases…
The year 2020 has been called “unprecedented” for good reasons. Each of us has felt the stress of it in our own way. Here are a few quick tips for reducing your stress levels this summer.
We value your health as our top priority. Many of you have growing concerns about COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We would like to share the protective measures we are taking and some useful information about the virus.
February is Heart Month for many reasons. It houses Valentine’s Day, when we are preoccupied with our emotional hearts, but it is also the time when we educate on the importance of heart health.
Stay Hydrated in 2020! While making your New Year’s resolutions, remember that drinking enough water is one of the easiest things you can do for your overall health.
The number of pregnant women consuming alcohol is on the rise in recent years, despite the health risks. About 1 in 9 women in the U.S. drinks alcohol while pregnant, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About 4% of pregnant women binge drink, which is having four or more drinks at one occasion. Clear Advice: No amount of alcohol is safe to drink during pregnancy. If you drink alcohol during pregnancy, your baby may be at risk of lifelong birth defects.
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