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Why Well-Woman Exams Are a Key to Being Healthy

Life can get busy for most people, but this is especially true for women. With so many women wearing different hats and being responsible for not only their health but the health of their partner and children, it can be easy to put yourself last mainly when it comes to preventative measures. However, it’s essential… Read More »


Botox or fillers…which one is the best for your needs?

Submitted by Nicole Deacon, RN Although Botox and dermal fillers have been around for decades in the United States and even longer in Europe, determining which is best for you is often confusing and overwhelming.  There are so many different products available to choose from and….quite frankly, what is the difference? The answer is vastly… Read More »


Breast feeding

4 Early Steps for Breastfeeding Success

There are many benefits to breastfeeding. But while milk production might be a natural development in our bodies, you may quickly discover that there is nothing natural about learning to breastfeed your newborn baby. Before your little one’s big arrival, here are four tips to help you start your breastfeeding journey.     Take a… Read More »


Are You Vitamin D Deficient?

While Vitamin D is traditionally known to be important with controlling calcium levels, we now know it to be a vital component for our immune system, regulating inflammation, and particularly important for the placental growth in pregnancy. We know that our bodies make Vitamin D from exposure to the sun, however, the increased concerns for… Read More »


Get the MonaLisa Touch Treatment

When you think of the Mona Lisa, you likely think of the iconic portrait painted by Leonardo Da Vinci that’s now located in the Louvre. Similarly to how that painting has impacted the art world, the MonaLisa Touch treatment could completely change your life like it has for many other women. MonaLisa Touch is a… Read More »



5 Breast Cancer Prevention Tips

Breast Health Tips October isn’t just the start of the Halloween season, it’s also Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We’d like to share with you some lifestyle tips to help prevent breast cancer and promote breast health. Discover Your Family History Family history is one of the most significant factors when it comes to your chances… Read More »




August: National Breastfeeding Month

August is National Breastfeeding Month Submitted by: Alicia Garcia, Patient Advocate The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that infants be exclusively breastfed for about the first 6 months with continued breastfeeding alongside introduction of appropriate complementary foods for 1 year or longer. The World Health Organization also recommends exclusively breastfeeding up to 6 months… Read More »


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