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OB/GYN Articles

How Alcohol Affects Nutrition, Digestion and Energy

Alcohol and Nutrition Nutrition is a process that serves two purposes: to provide energy and to maintain body structure and function. Food supplies energy and provides the building blocks needed to replace worn or damaged cells and the nutritional components needed for body function. Alcoholics often eat poorly, limiting their supply of essential nutrients and … Read

Traveling with Diabetes

Traveling with diabetes involves extra preparation and planning. With proper care, however, you should be able to go anywhere in the world. Here are some guidelines to follow when you’re traveling: Always carry your diabetes supplies with you. When going through security, don’t worry about X-ray effects on your your meter or your insulin. If … Read


What is diabetes? Approximately 16 million Americans have diabetes. Half of them are not aware they have diabetes. With the proper treatment and lifestyle changes, many of the possible complications (such as blindness, amputations, heart disease, kidney failure, and premature death) can be prevented or delayed. Diabetes is a disorder of metabolism–the way our bodies … Read

Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)

Sometimes, it may be necessary or preferable to attempt to get pregnant without intercourse. A woman may choose to attempt to get pregnant with the sperm of someone who is not her partner. In some cases, a woman may not be able to become pregnant with her partner because it is impossible for him to … Read

Adolescence: Key Time to Lower Breast Cancer Risk?

Although breast cancer most commonly occurs later in life, research suggests that it develops and progresses over the course of a lifetime. Studies now indicate that lifestyle habits during adolescence may significantly affect risk of breast cancer later in life. Cancer anywhere in the body begins with damage to the DNA of genes within particular … Read

Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer of women, and the second leading cause of cancer deaths among American women between 40 and 55 years of age. Regular mammography and clinical breast exams are essential for early detection of breast cancer. For women between 50 and 69 years of age, having regular mammograms can … Read

A Diagnosis of Cancer

LOOK FORWARD WITH HOPE As we live longer lives, more and more people are likely to get cancer. There are, however, millions of Americans who have been diagnosed and successfully treated for cancer. Today, they are alive and well. Better, and regular, screening tests have helped detect cancer at its earliest and most treatable stages. … Read

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