The good news: Just about everyone knows what the pink breast cancer-awareness ribbon means. The bad: Despite the multibillions of dollars in research into the disease, breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in American women. Knowing that, it’s almost impossible not to worry about the…Continue Reading.
More women die from cardiovascular disease than from all cancers combined. Yet many people still view heart disease as affecting primarily men—and older men, at that. The reality is that women of all ages may experience cardiovascular disease. Fortunately, awareness of the particular symptoms t…Continue Reading.
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. If you have a cervix, it’s important to stay on top of your cervical health. If you are 21 or older, or sexually active (no matter your age), you should get regular Pap smears. You can talk with your gynecologist to figure out how often you need to go…Continue Reading.
Greenfield, IN (November 30, 2018) – To honor their stillborn son and help other families grieving the loss of their babies, a family has donated the first CuddleCot to Hancock Regional Hospital. Hancock Regional Hospital will be receiving a CuddleCot, which is designed to help parents who suf…Continue Reading.
What should women know about perimenopause? For one thing, it’s different from premenopause.Continue Reading.