Fibroid Relief: Top 3 Newest Treatments

UFE MRI Before After

Not so long ago, women typically had babies in their 20s, developed fibroids in their 30s, and underwent hysterectomies in their 40s. For most, at least, that was the typical progression. But these days, as more women hold demanding jobs, many delay childbearing — and most expect to be more involved in their health care decisions. Hysterectomy is just one…

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Exercising With Diabetes

Senior Couple Walking In Summer Countryside

Eating right is the key to success with diabetes, but physical activity also plays an important role. Exercise helps your body manage diabetes better on a cellular level. When you exercise your cells can become more sensitive to insulin, so the whole glucose/insulin system can work more like it should. Your body also uses sugar from the blood…

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So What Does Healthy Really Mean?

We believe “Healthy” is taking advantage of every opportunity to benefit physical, emotional, and spiritual well being. As a physician,  I can’t tell you how many times I hear from patients that they dread coming to the doctor and how relieved they are that they only have to come once a year.  I can understand…

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Eating A Healthy Lunch

Eating a healthy lunch is central to weight loss and maintenance.  I can’t tell you how many patients of mine have told me they do great with breakfast and dinner at home, but it’s that lunch at work that is their downfall.  Whether it’s the constant potlucks, the continuous snacking because we don’t pack enough,…

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