Postpartum Changes

Some of the most significant changes that can happen to a woman’s body are associated with pregnancy and the birth experience.  After delivery of a child, whether it is a vaginal birth or by cesarean section, a new mother can expect a range of physical and psychological changes. This article is intended to provide some […]

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Ultrasounds: Are They Really Necessary?

When I joined our practice in 1988, most obstetricians did not have ultrasound machines in the office. The first prenatal visit occurred at 8 or 9 weeks gestation, and included both a thorough history and a physical exam with a uterine evaluation. If everything was in order, patients left with an appointment for a four-week […]

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Vitamin D: Are You Getting Enough?

Photo by leasqueaky By now, it is commonly understood that too much sun exposure poses such health risks as premature aging, skin cancer and other skin damage. But more sun protection can mean less production of vitamin D, a vital nutrient the skin makes when it absorbs ultraviolet-B rays from sunlight. Vitamin D, also known […]

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Going past your due date

It can be frustrating and uncomfortable to go past your due date and I am often asked “won’t the baby come when he or she is ready?” Unfortunately, the answer to this question is no. Babies can be born prematurely for reasons that are unclear and sometimes labor doesn’t start when it should. Even in […]

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May Promotions in the Skin Center

Protect Your Skin from Sun Damage and Photo-Aging – SAVE 10-20% OFF! Daily sun protection is essential for skin health, and it should be worn on cloudy days, and in the winter or rainy season, even if you spend most of your day at a desk. Choose from any of our favorite picks and receive […]

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Two Great Dates for Incredible Savings!

Two Great Dates for Incredible Savings! Interested in Botox or Dermal Filler, but don’t know where to start? Thinking about reducing fine lines and wrinkles in your forehead, crows feet or “frown lines”? Join us for an informative session with our Product Expert! Tuesday, May 16th 12:00 – 2:00 pm Product expert onsite Special Pricing on […]

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May is Melanoma/Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun is the main cause of skin cancer. UV radiation can also come from tanning booths or sunlamps. The most dangerous kind of skin cancer is called melanoma. The good news? Skin cancer can almost always be […]

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April Events and Promotions in the Skin Center

CoolSculpting Event CoolSculpting’s unique technology uses controlled cooling to freeze and eliminate unwanted fat cells without surgery or downtime. FDA approved for the chin, abdomen, flanks and thighs. Join us in learning about the innovative way to reduce fat in just an hour! Get that summer body in just minutes! Wednesday, April 26, 2017 4:00 p.m. to […]

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Should We Bank Our Baby’s Cord Blood?

Cord blood is the blood that remains in the umbilical cord and the placenta once a baby is born and the cord is clamped. Your baby’s cord blood is a rich source for stem cells, the most primitive human cells. Current research involves developing these cells so that they might be used to treat a variety […]

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World Immunization Week

World Immunization Week will be held this year from April 24th-30th. This year’s global campaign focuses on closing the immunization gap and reaching equity in immunization levels by providing universal access to vaccines. Here in the United States, we are lucky to have access to life saving vaccines – many of which are covered by […]

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