Cervical cancer affects women worldwide. Fortunately, it is one of the easier cancers to prevent and treat. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there are two screening tests to help detect the cancer while in its early stages:
Should I exercise when I’m pregnant? This is a question often asked from expecting mothers from me and other healthcare providers. The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology recommends a minimum of 30 minutes of moderate physical activity every day.
So you previously gave birth via Cesarean and you are expecting your next child. Do you know how you will give birth this time around? You may be able to deliver vaginally, referred to as “vaginal birth after cesarean” (VBAC).
Pregnancy is an exciting time, filled with joys and expectations. But, if you learn your child has a birth defect, joy is overtaken by anxiety, stress and the unknown. Spina bifida occurs when the vertebrae don’t form well around part
As the Fall season transitions to winter, you most likely have gotten a bad cold or the flu. The most common sickness in this country is the common cold that still remains without a cure. The “common cold,” however is