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Scleroderma – Be Aware of the Signs

It may appear to be nothing more than a dry patch of skin, but when that patch becomes hard, thickens, becomes stiff, it could be scleroderma, a type of autoimmune disease. Understanding this disease is key to preventing damage to your skin and, potentially, your...

Increasing Your Water Intake

Increase Water Intake For Weigh Loss It only takes a single step to begin on the journey of your life. Why not begin on a journey of having a healthier lifestyle? After all, you only have one body, and you are stuck in it no matter what during this life time....

Our Bodies Need Protein

Why Do We Need Protein In Our Diet? Protein is necessary to build maintain, and repair muscle, serves as amino acids for neurotransmitters in the nervous system, and processes potential toxins to enable elimination from the body. These are just a few of the benefits...

Women’s Heart Health

What are the symptoms of a women's heart attack? February is heart health wellness month. Heart disease is the number one cause of death in women, and is more deadly than all forms of cancer combined. For a long time, heart disease studies focused on male patients...

Fighting Childhood Obesity

The month of September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and an announcement from the U.S. Surgeon General states that this month is an attempt to “renew our efforts to reverse the continuing crisis of obesity among our nation’s youth.” Being overweight or obese is...

It’s Memorial Day, Baby!

It’s Memorial Day, Baby!

Summertime in Ohio is finally here!  While many of us have been looking forward to the warmer weather, some of our pregnant patients will soon be looking for ways to beat the heat.  The extra blood flow that women experience during pregnancy causes higher than normal...

Fighting Like a Girl – National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

It can be one of the scariest words in the world to hear.  It conjures fear, anxiety, and a feeling of hopelessness.  The word is “Cancer.”  Thankfully, with research, increasing awareness, and the much needed support of families and communities, cancer is no longer...

What does OBGYN stand for?

What does OBGYN stand for? It's not hard to figure out that OBGYN is the abbreviation for Obstetrics and Gynecology. It's a common label seen by many women on a regular basis. It can also be abbreviated as OB/GYN, OBG, O&G, or other variations, although OBGYN seems to...

Postpartum Depression – A Real Problem for Real Women

You may have already heard the term “Postpartum Depression.” Although it’s not a highly talked about subject, it is important for new and expecting parents to be aware of what postpartum depression is. The 4th Edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental...

Autism – Putting the Pieces of the Puzzle Together

April 2nd is a very important day this year.  Do you know why it is so significant?  No, it’s not because it’s the day after April Fool’s Day.  April 2nd is the 6th annual World Autism Awareness Day.  April is National Autism Awareness Month, which has been celebrated...

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Randall Starcher, MD

Jason Hoppe, DO

Megan Staub, MD

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Diane Kreitzer, NP

Julianne Yang Kar, MD

Sunitha Jagadish, MD

Melissa Vassas, DO

Eldy Lazaroff, NP

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