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Hunterdon Women's Imaging Center will host "Girls' Night Out" on Thursday, Oct. 9, 6-8 p.m., in their newly renovated and expanded space located at 31 North Office Centre, 121 Route 31, Suite 1100 in Flemington. Attendees will enjoy chatting with experts on women's health, imaging, nutrition, care giving, exercise and more.
Northwestern Medicine Grayslake Outpatient Center will host a community seminar titled Steppin' Out for Women's Health on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This free, community education event includes dinner and cocktails with speakers on important women's health topics, including cancer prevention and screenings, hormones, gynecological health, diet and exercise and more. Fun favors and giveaways as well as an opportunity to schedule a mammogram will be available.
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio President William Henrich will dedicate UT Medicine's newest health clinic in the South Texas Medical Center on Sept. 17. UT Medicine San Antonio, the clinical practice of faculty from the School of Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio , is opening a new primary care clinic in the South Texas Medical Center.
Posing a challenge to Republican Larry Hogan, the Maryland chapter of the National Organization for Women has asked candidates for governor to explain their positions on a series of women's health issues. NOW made a formal request Monday that Hogan, Democratic rival Anthony G. Brown and Libertarian candidate Shawn Quinn answer five questions on abortion and contraceptive services.
The Planned Parenthood Association of Hidalgo County is cutting its ties with the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. The move is an attempt to reclaim state dollars for women's health care for impoverished women.
An elderly couple sit outside and enjoy a drink at a local bar in this arranged photograph taken in the Riverside area of Norwich, Norfolk, in May, 2000. Have you ever heard someone joke that if they knew they'd have lived so long, they would have taken better care of themselves? As it turns out, this is no joke.
Remote Area Medical , a nonprofit, volunteer, medical relief corps, is sponsoring a two-day event at Ooltewah High School on Sept. 20 and 21, to provide free health, dental and vision services and exams for underserved, uninsured, unemployed and under-employed persons in Hamilton and surrounding counties.
The community expressed an interest in those services several years ago, but demand has changed over time, said Dr. Haney Assaad, vice president of medical affairs for the Grand Haven-based health system. The health system employs two midwives, who are currently seeing 48 pregnant clients, NOCHS spokeswoman Jen VanSkiver said.
Hundreds of volunteers in more than seven locations throughout the region will be armed with ribbons, banners, posters and wristbands as they decorate city centers in teal.
Dr. Stephanie Singer, who is offering treatment to combat the effects of aging, stands by a machine called the GE Lunar DXA, which assesses the bone health of patients. Dr. Stephanie Singer, an obstetrician and gynecologist, was tired of seeing patients, then having to whisk them away without the time to counsel them properly on overall health and wellness.
Over the past several weeks, an increasing number of GOP lawmakers have come out in favor of making birth control pills available over the counter , a move that's angered reproductive rights organizations who say candidates are merely pretending to care about women's health issues to win over female voters. Experts say that the question of access is actually more complex .
Breast-feeding isn't only good for babies. It can also reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol.
John Fromhold, CEO of HackensackUMC Mountainside, speaks to an audience of local residents, hospital staff and town officials during a community meeting Wednesday night in the hospital auditorium. HackensackUMC Mountainside hosted a meeting with Glen Ridge residents Wednesday night to discuss the planned construction of a new medical office building.
Fish is a great catch in more ways than one-the omega-3 fatty acids can help you stay healthy from head-to-toe, and the benefits keep showing up year after year. Here, four science-backed reasons you'll want to serve it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 01:43 am
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