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Should I see an obstetrician or a gynecologist?

Women’s health is a wonderful, yet too often intimidating subject! However, unlike other specialties of medicine, gynecology and obstetrics cover a wide array of needs over the years, reflecting where a woman is in her life and changing accordingly. Your medical needs as a female will transform as you develop

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by Institute For Womens Health Team
July 17, 2017

Feel Young Again with Vaginal Rejuvenation

If you suffer from vaginal dryness or discomfort, you’re not alone. The good news is that vaginal rejuvenation can help! However, many women haven’t considered it. Today, there are many treatment options for women – from surgery to lasers. Find out how vaginal rejuvenation can benefit you long-term: If you

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by Institute For Womens Health Team
June 21, 2017

National Women’s Health Week

Last month, we celebrated National Women’s Health Week, but it’s never too late to put your health first! Find out the most common health risks by age group and how you can get started on a healthier lifestyle.

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by Institute For Womens Health Team
June 21, 2017

The Types of Diabetes

The Types of Diabetes

On March 28, the American Diabetes Association holds Diabetes Alert Day. This is a chance to bring awareness to a common, serious health issue facing many Americans. Diabetes is not specifically a women’s health issue. In fact, men are at a slightly higher risk of developing diabetes than women. However, anyone who is

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by Institute For Womens Health Team
March 21, 2017

6 Ways To Prevent Diabetes

6 Ways To Prevent Diabetes

Nowadays, there’s a massive amount of information about diabetes just a simple click away, but there is certain information you should only obtain from a reliable OB/GYN. First of all, we have to understand there are preventive measures women can take in order to reduce their risk of getting this

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by Institute For Womens Health Team
November 11, 2015
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