Knowledge is longevity when it comes to your family medical history, and it's the perfect time of the year to gather an update!
LifeStage: 25-34 Years
We get it - calendars get busy and things get put off as the end of the year approaches. But as you shop for the fabulous deals, plan family gatherings and holiday get-togethers, remember to take care of yourself as well with an annual wellness exam!
October is recognized primarily for its one night of spookiness, costumes, and sugar, but there is a much better reason to celebrate October—Breast Cancer Awareness.
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.
Your bladder is an often overlooked organ with a very important role. Keeping your bladder healthy can prevent various conditions and diseases from forming while maintaining proper function.
September is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) awareness month, and this widespread disease affects roughly 10 million women across the globe. It’s associated with irregular periods, infertility, and ovarian cysts that can be troublesome and painful.
Some statistics show that as many as 9.2% of all women will develop gestational diabetes. Of those, a large number of them (25.8% according to one study) will progress into type 2 diabetes within 15 years. Here's the important information you need to know.
There are so many decisions and preparations to be made during the months of pregnancy. One of the best decisions you can make for your health and the health of your brand new little one is choosing to breastfeed.
During this time, some priorities shift in terms of health. While younger, most wellness issues revolve around discovery and establishing a routine healthcare habit. As you begin building your own lifestyle and settling into your own life in your 20’s and 30’s, The Woman’s Clinic is here to help you make the best decisions for your health.
Summer is an optimal time of year for those of all ages to hit the surf, go on vacation, participate in sports, and essentially spend a lot of time outdoors. When it comes to heart and cardiovascular health, patients hear time and time again how important it is to stay physically active–whether it’s brisk walking, running, or aerobics.