Today we meet Karen Harper, who has been very successful with the Ideal Protein program at The Woman’s Clinic. Way to go, Karen!
Donating blood is a quick and simple process that could mean the difference in life and death for patients needing blood transfusions due to an accident or medical procedure. But did you know there is another lesser-known benefit to donating blood?
At The Woman’s Clinic, we want to help you understand why these self-exams are important, what to look for, and how to look.
If you knew that 80% of a medical condition that is the leading cause of long term disability in the US was preventable, wouldn’t you want to bring attention to it?
May is National Osteoporosis Awareness Month, which means it’s time to bring much needed attention to this condition that affects millions of Americans.
This issue is especially important to us at The Woman’s Clinic. We recognize the impact of infertility on the lives of our patients because we have watched one of our own struggle with it in their own family. Dr. John Wooley and his wife, Becky, have walked this path together. Now, they would like to publicly share a bit of their story in the hopes that you can find it encouraging.
If you personally are not affected by infertility, it is likely that you know someone who has struggled with becoming pregnant.
There are few things more annoying than a dripping faucet. Whether it drips a little every now and then or a lot, it is annoying. Oh, especially when that leaky faucet is actually your bladder.
Taking care of your body and preventative health care is very important, especially for women and young women are no exception. You may think that because you are young and healthy that you don’t need to see a doctor, but with women’s health that is the perfect place to start.
As women, our lives are full of stress. Whether you are the CEO of a big company or a mom juggling kids, stress creeps into our lives from many angles.