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Sun Protection: More Than Just SPF

|   July 10, 2017   |   Parenthood, Cancer

Sun Protection: More Than Just SPF

It’s summertime, which means many people are packing up their pool and beach bags and planning to spend a lot of time outside. Sunscreen usually tops most people’s lists for beach necessities, but the most important part of sun safety doesn’t boil down to only SPF.

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A Weighty Goal

|   June 26, 2017   |   Ideal Protein

A Weighty Goal

As women, we know the goal of the “skinny jeans” all too well. While fitting into those old size 6’s would be nice, there are important health benefits to maintaining a healthy weight as well ... and reducing risks of heart disease and cancer totally beats buttoning those pants from high school.

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My Experience with Prematurity

|   June 20, 2017   |   Obstetrics & Maternity, Parenthood

My Experience with Prematurity

Last week we talked about the stress of having a premature baby. Our very own Dr. Meredith Travelstead and her husband know from personal experience how scary it can be to deliver early and they decided to share this personal experience to give parents in similar circumstances some encouragement. This is just one of the reasons her patients love her so much, she can truly understand what you are going through. 

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The Meaning of Abnormal

|   June 19, 2017   |   Gynecology

The Meaning of Abnormal

Are you abnormal—your periods, that is? Maybe you have been wondering why irregular periods have been happening and if there’s something you can do about it.

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When It’s Too Soon

|   June 12, 2017   |   Obstetrics & Maternity, Parenthood

When It’s Too Soon

For parents expecting a new baby, the anticipation can be very exciting, but when the baby arrives too early, it can cause worry and fear. Here is some information to help prepare you and ease your anxiety should you find yourself in this position.

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