Tag Archives: women’s health
Pregnancy Childbirth Questions

Pregnancy, Childbirth and Your Questions

Pregnancy and questions go hand in hand, like peanut butter and jelly. Or peanut butter and chocolate. (Wow, lots of things go with peanut butter.) We’ve thought about some of the most frequent pregnancy questions we get in our clinic and have taken a moment to answer them here. What are my safe exercise options [...]

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Top 6 Pregnancy Tips

Top 6 Pregnancy Tips

You wipe your sweaty palms on your pants, gulping down the lump in your throat. Butterflies dance around your stomach making your hands tremble in anticipation. It’s called test anxiety. Unlike the jitters you felt before your college algebra final, or the racing heart during your high school driver’s education exam, this test is different. [...]

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The Best Breast Cancer Biopsy for You

You’ve found a lump in your breast, and your doctor is suggesting a biopsy to see if the lump is cancerous. First, do your best to stay calm. Biopsy does not necessarily mean open surgery. Today, minimally invasive needle biopsies are the gold standard, according to the United States Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality [...]

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Exercise for Couples

No doubt about it, working out with a partner can help keep your motivation to exercise going. And who better to partner with than your significant other? Whether that is a spouse, fiancé or girlfriend/boyfriend (or even just a friend!), being accountable to someone makes a big difference when it comes to sticking to your [...]

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7 Health Tips for Women

Women are pretty much amazing. As mothers, wives, daughters, sisters, and friends, they often put others before themselves—making sure that the kids have a perfectly packed lunch, dad gets in to see the doctor, the husband’s outfit actually matches, and everyone around them is doing well. At times women seem to possess superhuman abilities that [...]

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