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Ultrasound in Pregnancy

by Editorial Team May 24th, 2019 | Women's Health





Ultrasound technology has come a long way since its first appearance in clinical medicine in 1956 by Ian Donald.  Although it now has other applications apart from its initial use in pregnancy, pregnant women still account for an overwhelming majority of its users.





Because the technology has grown to allow for very detailed mapping of internal tissues, it has found applications in cancer treatment, cardiology, angiology and lots more. 





Transducers, also known as ultrasound probes, are the central-piece of every ultrasound machine. Probe repairs are carried out routinely

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Women’s Health 101

by Jessica B. May 17th, 2019 | Women's Health
There are a few simple things a woman can do to make her feel better and stay healthy. They aren’t always easy to fit in with a busy schedule, but will pay off greatly in the future. They are also not as painful and difficult as you may imagine. Here are a few tips for a woman to stay healthy no matter what her age!

1) Sleep! It is something that can be hard to get enough of, but many studies show that eight hours a day is the best thing for most women. Getting enough sleep keeps your mind
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World AIDS Day and Women

by Margot F. November 30th, 2018 | Health Observance, Women's Health
December 1st is World AIDS Day and an excellent opportunity to take a look at how this serious disease impacts women. Since the AIDS pandemic in the 1980s has subsided, it is easy to be complacent about contracting AIDS. Also, previously, only gay men contracted this horrible disease. Unfortunately, in 2013, AIDS continues to be a serious problem globally for gay men and also, heterosexual women. While media reports show how HIV/ AIDS has ravaged sub-Saharan Africa, the number of cases of HIV/ AIDS in the United States and Canada is significant, especially for women. Even for heterosexual, monogamous,
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Chemicals and Reproductive Issues

by Jessica B. November 2nd, 2018 | Women's Health
Women’s fertility declines greatly after the age of 35, but decreased fertility begins already at the age of 30 and now some scientists and doctors are afraid that exposure to chemicals may be speeding up the process. In an opinion piece published in the Fertility and Sterility Journal, by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, experts called for increased research in chemicals and environmental contaminants on pregnancy and fertility. The experts also want more consumer information about risks.

Every year there are thousands of chemicals introduced on the commercial market, and the
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Breast Cancer Awareness: A Man’s Perspective

by Joe Lawrence October 5th, 2018 | Health Observance, Women's Health
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and an important reminder for all woman, but this article is aimed towards men. Bringing to light the merits of self examinations and prevention is paramount; however, another aspect of this month that amazes me are the heroes and their courage in the battle against a fierce enemy. As men we need to realize the impact we can have in aiding our loved ones in the fight.

Women like to talk about how tough they are and how men would never be able to bear a child. Princess Diana even
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