The Woman’s Clinic is very proud of our latest successful Ideal Protein participant, Lana Odom! Let’s hear Lana’s story in her own words.
Health & Wellness
The way to your brain may actually be through your gut.
It can be a little frustrating to learn that certain health risks are out of your control, but a new study released by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology has indicated that the onset of menopause can raise a woman’s risk for heart disease.
Today we meet Karen Harper, who has been very successful with the Ideal Protein program at The Woman’s Clinic. Way to go, Karen!
May is National Osteoporosis Awareness Month, which means it’s time to bring much needed attention to this condition that affects millions of Americans.
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.
Vaccinations are not something adults typically think about, but just because you're not a child doesn't mean you should not get vaccines. The CDC, Center for Disease Control, recommends many different vaccinations for adults.
The new year is underway and it will fly by as quickly as its predecessor. Are you, like many women, determined to stay healthy and get control of your personal wellness? If so, don’t skip your annual physical with your doctor at The Woman’s Clinic.
Are you starting the new year off with pants that are a little too snug? Feeling sluggish from too many holiday treats and cookies? Or are you just looking to kick off a new weight loss and fitness plan? You should never feel like you have to wait for a New Year’s Resolution to make a healthy change in your life, but whatever your inspiration, it’s always the right time to make changes for the better.
If you knew there was a simple way to reduce your risk of having cervical cancer, which was at one time one of the most common causes of cancer death in women, would you start to prioritize it in your regular healthcare routine?