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Breast Health: The Bigger Conversation

By Suniti N. Nimbkar, MD

Breast cancer is an increasingly important topic of discussion, but it is also part of a much larger conversation about overall breast health.

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Combatting Osteoporosis

By Khelda S. Jabbar, MD

Silent and progressive, osteoporosis is one of the most common bone conditions in adults.

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Talking to Your Doctor About What’s Going on “Down There”

By Ingrid E. Kotch, MD

Fostering an open, trusting relationship with your OB/GYN will help eliminate the fear, shame and stigma surrounding the common issues women experience.

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Facebook Live: Living with Chronic Pain

By Janet C. Limke, MD

When it comes to treating and managing chronic pain symptoms, you have options.

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Minimally Invasive Treatments for Spine Pain

By Stephen H. Johnson, MD

For lesser conditions, however, there are several non-surgical pain intervention techniques that may be taken into consideration by your doctor.

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Non-Narcotic Pain Management Alternatives

By Christine M. Just, CNM

Fortunately, there are plenty of equally-effective pain management treatment options to consider that don’t rely on the use of narcotics.

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Biggest Threats to Teen Health

By Karen E. Zemel, MD

As teens are testing the waters of independence – and at times, our patience – it’s important for parents to recognize the crucial role they ...

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Surviving Puberty: A Guide for Parents

By Gina S. Boutwell, MD

For parents, worry is inevitable, but knowing what to expect and how to communicate these coming changes to your children will help put you – ...

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What You Need to Know About Teen Suicide

By Barbara J. Green, PhD

Each year, more young lives are lost to suicide than to heart disease, cancer, stroke, pneumonia and lung disease combined.

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