Diagnosis And Treatment Of Congenital Heart Defects
For expectant parents, your first ultrasound is your initial glimpse at your baby. However, for your medical team, it’s their first view at your baby’s...
Jan 21
Myths And Facts About Miscarriages
The early days and weeks of pregnancy can be daunting. You’re experiencing new feelings and symptoms, often while keeping family and friends in the dark...
Jan 20
Should I Tell My Doctor About My Sexual History?
Although your sex life isn’t anyone else’s business, it’s important to be honest with your doctor. Otherwise, you’re doing yourself, and possibly your...
Jan 19
How To Have The “Sex Talk” With Your Teen
Is it time for you to have “the talk” about the birds and the bees with your child? For many parents, talking about sex with your teen can be a trepidatious...
Jan 18
How Immunotherapy is Changing Cancer Treatment
Did you know your own immune system is among your best defenses against cancer? “The body has ‘good cells’ (Lymphocytes) patrolling our bodies looking...
Jan 17
Could You Be A Lawnmower Parent?
Free-range, dolphin, attachment, tiger, helicopter – there are plenty of parenting labels out there. Now there is a new one to add to the list: lawnmower...
Jan 16
What Parents Of Youth Athletes Should Know About Concussion
As a parent of a child in contact sports, it’s important for you to be prepared if your child suffers a head injury during play.  An estimated 1.6 to 3.8...
Jan 15
What Is A Retinal Artery Occlusion?
When you think of a stroke, you’re likely thinking of a cerebral stroke, when either a blood vessel in (or around) the brain bursts or when a blood clot...
Jan 13
How To Avoid Diarrhea When Traveling Overseas
While traveling overseas, one small sip or bite could put you in a world of trouble. Traveler’s diarrhea, also jokingly called Montezuma’s Revenge, Delhi...
Jan 12