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Senior Health: 6 Tips On Proper Nutrition To Age Gracefully

Nutrition is important at every age, but needs change as you grow older. At this stage, you may have special issues, such as chronic illnesses, physical limitations, or other factors that can make it more difficult to get the right balance of nutritious foods. To age gracefully and maintain senior health, you may need to [...]

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Understanding Types Of Hysterectomy: 4 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Deciding

A hysterectomy, or removal of the uterus, is a major decision many women face. The need for a hysterectomy may be due to a variety of reasons, according to the National Library of Medicine, including: ●     Endometriosis ●     Uterine prolapse ●     Cancer ●     Vaginal bleeding ●     Pelvic pain ●     Fibroids Now, you’re faced with the [...]

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How To Ask for Flex Time When You’re A New Mom

Now, that you’ve gotten through pregnancy, labor, and delivery, you’re a full-fledged mom. And now that your maternity leave is coming to an end, you’re starting to think about—or even worry about—what life will look like when you go back to work. Do you wish you could work around your baby’s schedule? Maybe you need [...]

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St. Mark’s Hospital Celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness Month

For the 21st year in a row, St. Mark’s Hospital kicked-off the beginning of October and Breast Cancer Awareness month during its annual Pink Ribbon Tying event to honor the lives saved and tragically lost to breast cancer. Staff, patients and their families were invited to write the names of loved ones affected by breast [...]

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Some sources estimate that the success rate is near 85% for women who have had one miscarriage, and 75% for women who have had two or more miscarriages.

The Truth About Pregnancy After Miscarriage

People who haven’t had personal experience with miscarriage may not fully grasp how hard this loss can be for parents-to-be. Many times, they can be overcome by grief, disappointment and the anxiety about trying again. That’s perfectly normal, and the good news is that most women who have a first miscarriage are able to conceive [...]

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