Go Ahead And Have Another Cup

Wishing you had another cup of coffee to make it through the morning? Well, go ahead and grab a cup because yet another study has linked regular coffee drinking, of at least 4 cups per day, to reduced risk of heart attacks. Earlier studies have linked coffee consumption with reduced insulin resistance,Type II diabetes, and […]

Three Ways To Tell If Your Heartburn Is Really Something More Serious

It can be hard to distinguish. Everyone experiences heartburn occasionally after a big, spicy or greasy meal, but you should be aware that your heartburn could be telling a different story. GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, occurs when stomach acids and fluids flow back into the esophagus repeatedly. This is a fairly common disorder that […]

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

It’s beginning to look a whole lot like Christmas at The Woman’s Clinic. Angela Lancaster, nurse for our own Dr. Crews, spearheaded a collection drive for Operation Christmas Child. OCC is a program that shares the love of God through shoebox sized parcels to children all over the world. Our staff rose to Angela’s challenge […]

Could Weekly Yoga Help Alleviate Arthritis?

Namaste. And grab your yoga pants! A new study conducted by Dr. Clifton Bingham, director of the Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center, is thought to be the largest randomized trial ever to explore yoga’s effect on arthritis patients. The participants were randomly divided into 2 groups. Group 1 had two yoga sessions per week and Group […]

WISDOM Study Uses A Personalized Approach to Breast Cancer Screening

Dr. Laura Esserman, a surgeon at the University of California San Francisco, is very passionate about a 5 year study that will use technology to improve breast cancer screening and patient outcomes. She leads the Athena Breast Health Network which is a collaboration of the five University of California medical centers. They will soon launch […]