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OB/GYN Articles

Types of Birth Control: What You Need to Know

We’ve talked about birth control if you’re over 40, but what about if you’re just starting out? The world of birth control can be difficult to navigate, with several different options and possible side effects. You’re a busy woman, and we understand that you may not have time to play trial-and-error. Here’s what you need … Read

Why is Sex Painful for Some Women?

Let’s talk about everyone’s favorite subject: sex. Sex is supposed to feel great—mind-numbingly great. After all, isn’t that the kind of sex people write novels about? It can be devastating when it isn’t like that at all, but it’s important to remember it’s not your fault. Painful intercourse is also called dyspareunia, and can be … Read

Getting Pregnant Over 40

Over 40 and considering having kids? You aren’t alone. We’ve all heard the statistics: after 35, your fertility levels and hormones begin to drop, leaving you a small chance of getting pregnant the later you wait. What those statistics don’t consider, however, is something unique to each woman: her biological clock. You’re a busy woman—you’re … Read

Gene Testing for Breast Cancer

Actress Angelina Jolie recently disclosed that she underwent a double mastectomy in Feb. 2013 to reduce her chances of developing breast cancer. She will also receive multiple surgeries over the next two months to reconstruct her breasts. Jolie made the announcement in an editorial that appeared in the May 13, 2013 edition of the New … Read

Advanced energy systems for laparoscopic gynecology procedures

Multifunctional technology yields reliable outcomes, enhances patient safety, and increases procedure efficiency This supplement was supported by a grant from Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc. Energy-based surgical devices, such as the Harmonic ACE® and ENSEAL®, allow surgeons to cut and coagulate with increased efficiency. However, the strengths and weaknesses of each device have not been debated. In … Read

May is Mental Health Month!

Beginning in 1949, May has been declared Mental Health Month. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, an estimated 22.1%–or 1 in 5—of Americans ages 18 and older suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder. The statistic is about the same for children. Even more surprising are the signs you may have been … Read

April is Autism Awareness Month!

April is a month for rain, cool spring weather, and lovely pastels. While it’s easy to focus on the baby showers and engagement announcements this month, it’s also important to help shine a light on your child’s health. You may have thought putting them down for their afternoon nap would be your biggest struggle, but … Read

International Women’s Day 2013

Mark your calendars, ladies, because March 8th is the next big holiday: International Women’s Day! While its true many of us haven’t heard of this holiday, that doesn’t make it any less important (or awesome). Let’s start out by explaining why this holiday, of all the obscure holidays, is the most important to you: A … Read

Debunking 6 Health Myths

Have you fallen victim to these ridiculous health myths? February is finally here, and you know what that means: you’re either gushing over those romantic V-Day plans, or planning to slim down before summer. As you’re browsing the internet and perusing magazines for quick tips, ask yourself: myth or reality? Even the savviest in women’s … Read

Birth Control Options for Women over 40

Over 40 and considering birth control? You have options. If you’re over 40, most likely your kids are grown or out of the house – and birth control is the furthest thing from your mind. While it’s true that fertility declines with age, women are not infertile until they enter menopause; in fact, it’s not … Read