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September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Awareness of ovarian cancer may bring better prognosis for women Ovarian cancer is not the most common, but it is the deadliest of women’s cancers. The good news is research and a deeper understanding of the disease has produced more positive outcomes for women...

Nationally and worldwide breastfeeding is best

New and expectant mothers are told again and again that breast milk is the perfect food for babies and that if they are able to breastfeed even for a short time, it is the best thing they can do for a baby’s health as he grows. During the month of August, when...

Be aware of risks, symptoms of Group B Strep infection

Twenty years ago, July was designated International Group B Strep Awareness Month, yet many parents continue to be unaware of what this infection is and how it can impact their babies. This year, we encourage you to take this opportunity to get the facts about Group B...

Annual mammograms critical to women’s health

Annual mammograms critical to women’s health

Scheduling that annual mammogram – it’s easy to put off and misconceptions may prompt some women to avoid it. Are there risks involved? Does the procedure always detect a cancer? Are women misdiagnosed due to a false positive? The truth is the benefits of regular...

Focus on health during summer with Covid 19

Predicting the spread, behavior, and containment of coronavirus has been nearly impossible for health experts around the world. Symptoms continue to vary and evolve while best practices to prevent spread remain somewhat uncertain. Models using past pandemics suggest...

Beat colon cancer with early diagnosis

Beat colon cancer with early diagnosis

Approximately 140,000 people learn they have colon cancer every year in our country. While some 50,000 die each year from it, the good news is that many are learning their diagnosis early enough to successfully treat the disease. The goal in designating March Colon...

September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

See your doctor for heavy menstrual bleeding, pain

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heavy menstrual bleeding, frequently accompanied by severe pain, is one of the most common issues women report to doctors. Yet many women, especially teens and young women, don’t seek treatment from their...

Healthy Valentine’s Day

Your heart health is important every day, but on Valentine’s Day we are reminded that heart disease is as much a woman’s problem as a man’s. February has featured the Go Red For Women campaign since 2004, reminding women to be aware of the risks of heart disease and...

Support for caregivers key to health, happiness

Family caregivers may be men or women, young or old, but they all are giving abundantly of themselves to provide for loved ones who need them. Some 90 million Americans are estimated to provide care for loved ones with disabilities, disease or illness, or who are...

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

As we enter Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2019, questions continue to be raised about the value of mammograms. That fact is, technology today provides screening and diagnostic options that can be more effective whatever your circumstances, and possibly save your life....

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Eldy Lazaroff, NP

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