While Pap day maybe isn't everyone's favorite day, I hope you can see why it is necessary. Not every cancer is this easy to screen for or prevent, and a Pap smear isn't that bad. Whatever might be stopping you, it's time to decide if the risk is worth it.
While pregnancy can be a joyous time in your life, it can also bring nervousness and uncertainty. This is especially true during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Many pregnant women have questions about how COVID-19 may affect their pregnancy or their baby.
Diabetes can come with many complications, including; vascular and nonvascular issues that affect the eyes, nerves, kidneys, heart, arteries, and brain, and more. Learn more about this disease.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. One critical way to take care of ourselves and focus on things we can control is to make sure we are up to date on our cancer screenings. For women over age 40, this includes getting regular mammograms done to screen for breast cancer.