Latest Women's Health Shows

Seasonal Affective Disorder Affects Women More Than Men

Oct 18, 2018

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) can occur between longer periods of darkness and extremely cold temperatures. According to women's health expert Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones, the symptoms of SAD primarily affects women. Dr. Jones talks about how to mitigate feelings of depression and hopelessness ...

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My Mammogram Came Back Abnormal. Now What?

Oct 5, 2018

It can be scary when your doctor says she found something on your mammogram. Does this mean breast cancer? Dr. Tom Miller and Dr. Nicole Winkler discuss what it means when you get the call to come back for more tests. They also talk about what the findings might mean and the realistic chances of ...

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I’m Allergic to My Birth Control – Am I Normal?

Oct 4, 2018

Outside of latex condoms and certain spermicides, it is extremely rare for a woman to have an allergic reaction to any form of birth control. That includes oral contraceptives. With cases of less than one in a thousand, birth control allergies are not normal for majority of women. But what if you ...

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Pregnancy Miscarriage Signs, Treatments, and Management

Sep 20, 2018

Early miscarriage, or spontaneous abortion, is common—the most common complication in pregnancy. Approximately one million American women experience a loss of pregnancy in the first twelve weeks. OB/GYN Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones talk about managing pregnancy failure, whether at the clinic or in your...

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Why Do Women Have Hot Flashes?

Sep 6, 2018

6,000 women in the United States enter menopause each day. One-third of all women in the United States will be postmenopausal by 2020—most are baby boomers. Menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes, can last as long as fifteen years and can cause significant distress. Women's health expert Dr. ...

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My Breast is Tender, But I Don't Feel a Lump – Am I Normal?

Aug 30, 2018

Many women who experience uncommon breast pain immediately think of breast cancer. Dr. Kirtly Jones says it’s probably something else. She explains what can cause breast pain in women of different ages and the most important thing to do if one or more of your breasts feels tender....

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Late Night Snacks Could Increase Your Chance of Breast Cancer

Aug 23, 2018

A recent large-scale study is showing a connection between the eating habits of women and the chance of developing breast cancer. More surprisingly, eating junk food late at night may increase your risk. Women’s health expert Dr. Kirtly Parker Jones explains what types of foods you should be ...

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