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Neural Tube Defects

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The CDC report the two most common neural tube defects, being spina bifida and anencephaly, are effecting "In the US, 3,000 pregnancies...every year".

Doctors Without Borders

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Find out how Doctors Without Borders is improving women's health on a worldwide scale.

Women’s Healthcare for the New Year

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Here are a few tips from Capital Women’s Care to get you started on the road to health and happiness in 2018.

Signs of [True] Labor

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How do you know what are “growing pains” in preparation for the birth and what are signs of labor? Here is a guide to help.

All About Menopause

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Menopause is when the ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone, causing hormonal changes and menstruation to stop.

Healthy for the Holidays

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Here are some health tips that you’ve certainly heard before, but will help stay healthy during the holidays.

Discussing Diabetes

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To help you understand diabetes and identify the symptoms, we’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions.

BRCA Testing

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While not guaranteed, there is often a correlation between women who have BRCA1 or BRCA2 and breast/ovarian cancer.

More About Mammograms

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In addition to self check breast exams, another important step is getting a mammogram. Continue reading to find out what to expect from mammograms.

Breast Self-Exam

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Establishing a routine for self breast exams is very important. This article aims to show you best practices and when to visit a physician.


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