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The Sweet Science of Glucose: Understanding its Impact on Your Body

We often hear the terms “glucose” and “sugar” used interchangeably, but they are not exactly the same. Glucose is a type of sugar, and it plays a pivotal role in our body’s energy metabolism. It’s essential to differentiate between these terms because understanding how glucose affects the body is crucial for maintaining good health. In … Read more

Embarking on Medical Progress Through Clinical Trials

When it comes to medical advancement, clinical trials stand as the cornerstone of progress. These carefully designed research studies pave the way for new treatments, medications, and interventions that can improve the quality of life for countless individuals. Beyond the possibility of innovative breakthroughs, participating in a clinical trial can offer participants a chance to … Read more

CMV: Q&A With Dr. Fuller

Cytomegalovirus, (CMV) is a common and highly contagious viral infection that can affect infants during pregnancy. Many are unaware of the virus, so we’ve asked our very own Co-Medical Director and Gynecologist, Dr. Ashley Fuller, to answer some general questions about CMV. As an advocate for women’s health and pursuer of medical breakthroughs, Dr. Fuller brings … Read more

Comprehending Cytomegalovirus

Dealing with cytomegalovirus can be difficult, but that doesn’t mean comprehending cytomegalovirus should be. Learn more about the common yet often under-discussed virus in our latest blog below! What You Need to Know About Cytomegalovirus While it might sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, cytomegalovirus, or CMV, is more common than you may … Read more

Endometriosis Awareness Month: Q&A with Dr. Dunsmoor-Su

Endometriosis is one of the most common causes of reproductive health ailments in women worldwide, yet people still don’t know much about it. That’s why we are happy to present our endometriosis awareness month Q&A with Dr. Dunsmoor-Su! Here you can have all your questions answered and gain insight into what symptoms to look out … Read more

Myths about migraines - learn more in our blog.

Top 5 Migraine Myths Debunked!

Migraines are one of the most common health conditions in the world, yet there is still a lot of misinformation about them. Read our latest blog to see the top 5 migraine myths debunked! An Overview on Migraines A recurring headache that can cause severe pain and discomfort is known as a migraine. Often striking … Read more

Cease Yeast Infections! Tips in our latest blog.

The Challenges of Yeast Infections

If you have a vagina, chances are you’ve encountered the challenges of a yeast infection and all the discomfort it comes accompanied with.  Typically, vaginas maintain a healthy balance of bacteria and yeast, but like everything in life, moderation is key. Learn more in our blog about how excess yeast can lead to yeast infections … Read more

Female Arousal Disorder

Female Sexual Arousal Disorder: Causes and Treatment Options

Female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD) is a type of female sexual dysfunction. It occurs when a woman experiences distress due to the absence or reduction in their sexual interest. As a result, responding to sexual stimulation becomes extremely difficult. Female sexual arousal disorder affects different people and has different causes and treatment options. Arousal and … Read more

How birth control actually works

How Does Birth Control Actually Work?

Contraception is when you use a device, medication, or method to prevent pregnancy. With all the various options available, you may still be wondering how does birth control actually work? While this depends on the method, knowing the difference can make your decision easier. Permanent Birth Control Methods Permanent birth control methods are meant to … Read more

How hot flashes can develop

How Hot Flashes Can Develop

Most people associate hot flashes with menopause. Up to 75% of women get them in their menopause transition, with a quarter of those experiencing severe enough symptoms to seek help from their doctor. Despite the shared awareness of hot flashes, we still do not know enough about them. While health experts and researchers are working … Read more

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