Southwest Ob/Gyn

Women’s Health

How To Save The Skin You’re In This Summer

Here’s a bright idea for keeping skin healthy and youthful looking: Protect it from the sun, especially during the summer months when you’re more likely to spend time outdoors. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, the sun causes more than 90 percent of visible changes commonly attributed to skin aging. And despite all the warnings, the…

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Empower Yourself — Get Screened for Better Health

This month, the Office on Women’s Health will sponsor Women’s Health Week, beginning on Mother’s Day, May 12, and running through May 19. In celebration of Women’s Health Week and throughout the year, we encourage women of all ages to empower themselves by focusing on their personal health and getting the tests and screenings they…

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Infertility Uncovered

Infertility doesn’t discriminate; it affects people regardless of race, sexuality or economic status. Anyone can be challenged to have a family. Founded in 1989 by RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, National Infertility Awareness Week calls attention to this important public health issue. With the theme “Infertility Uncovered,” the observance will be held April 21-27 and…

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Go Red for Heart Health This Month

Did you know that one in three women die of heart disease and stroke each year? That’s a third of mothers, sisters and friends! And yet, nearly 80 percent of cardiac events can be prevented, according to the American Heart Association. That’s why it’s so important to be aware of the warning signs and to…

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Exhaustion: Post-Holiday Let-Down or Something Else?

It’s January and many of us find ourselves struggling to get back on track after the holidays. Sometimes, it’s simply a matter of making a return to a less-stressful routine of healthier eating, exercise and sleep habits. But there are several health issues that can make women, in particular, feel exhausted all the time. Here…

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