While diabetes and heart disease aren't always avoidable, these diseases can often be controlled with lifestyle changes.
Blog archive 07.2016
Doctors have always known that women who are obese have a more difficult time getting pregnant and often don’t ovulate regularly. A small study recently released reinforces the idea that weight loss can help the ovaries to begin to cycle regularly.
“We’ve been telling women to do this for years, but we don’t really have definitive proof.”
The headlines on the morning news shows screamed, “Yearly Pelvic Exams May Be Unnecessary?” Unless you stuck around for the story buried somewhere in the second hour, you may be confused by the headline.