Body – Women’s Health

Ellen Myers

Sex, Drugs & Oral Cancer™

Yep, you read that right.  There’s a new song in town, and while its ending may surprise you, it is one on which we should all be educated.      The incidence of oral cancer has increased each of the last 21 years.  Since 2011, the number of people diagnosed …

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Eating Healthy and Making Better Habits

  By: Emily Samson, registered dietician nutritionist with CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital – Westover Hills   It is National Nutrition Month, which can mean many different things for people. Originally started about 50 years ago by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, it is an opportunity for people to learn …

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February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month It’s a time to bring awareness to the importance of cardiovascular health and how to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Learn more about heart disease and prevention from the American Heart Association. Go Red for Women®!  

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Dr. Jenny Seger: Reversing Diabetes/Pre-Diabetes

  Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes or with pre-diabetes? According to the CDC, 38% of adults ages 18-64 have pre-diabetes, and as many as 70% of these adults will progress on to develop diabetes in their lifetimes (based on data from the American …

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Discussions with Dr. Ferguson

Owner of Earl E. Ferguson MD Plastic Surgery – ‘The Guy to Know in Alamo Heights’ By Lori L. Ferguson Questions were solicited from twenty-five different women of varying generations and backgrounds. What is a “Mommy Makeover,” and does it merit the hype? When is a good time to have …

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