Speaking of Women’s Health Column
Tag: women's health
Posted on May 22, 2018
Read guest columnist and researcher Dr. Miriam Cremer column on what’s new on pap smears and HPV vaccines and practicing office gynecologist Dr. Lynn Simpson’s sage comments on what to do if you have HPV.
Posted on May 07, 2018
Read our guest columnist, psychiatrist and forensic psychiatric expert, Dr. Rupali Chadha’s column on antidepressant therapy in pregnancy.
Posted on May 01, 2018
Women who have bone loss can improve their bone health, strengthen their muscles and reduce their risk of fractures by staying active and exercising. Dr. Anna Camille Moreno shares exercise tips for women with bone loss.
Posted on April 23, 2018
Read Dr. Holly L. Thacker’s column on ways to reduce your allergy symptoms, plus how to treat allergy symptoms before they occur.
Posted on April 02, 2018
Read this important foot column written by guest columnists, Specialized Women’s Health fellow Dr. Anna Camille Moreno and Podiatrist Dr. Georgeanne Botek.
Whether you are a fashionista, a marathon runner or a busy mom or grandmom, this column is for you and your aching feet!
Posted on March 16, 2018
Read Dr. Laura Lipold’s and Dr. Holly L. Thacker’s column on primary care for women versus specialty care for women. Dr Lipold is a guest columnist and the Director for Primary Care Women’s Health at Cleveland Clinic and Dr. Thacker is Professor and Director, of the Center of Specialized Women’s Health and the Executive Director of Speaking of Women’s Health.
Posted on March 01, 2018
Read Dr. Holly L. Thacker's column on nutrition and menopause.
Posted on February 20, 2018
Read Dr. Holly L. Thacker’s column on the three things all women need to know about preventing and/or surviving heart disease.
Posted on February 07, 2018
The number one killer of women is heart disease, and that risk increases after menopause.
Posted on January 08, 2018
Read medical breast specialist Dr. Holly Pederson and OB-GYN resident Dr. Sarah Hershman's column on the recent research on hormonal birth control and breast cancer risk.