March 6, 2013 Minimally Invasive Surgery is a term used to suggest an alternative method of obtaining a surgical procedure, by using Da Vinci Robot, single incision or laparoscopic-assisted instruments to accomplish the... read full post
Jeremiah Whittington, MD, FACOG - Specialty(s): Obstetrics & Gynecology
November 2, 2012 The concept of sacral nerve stimulation (SNM) was introduced in 1979 and was approved by the FDA in 1997. Currently SNM is approved in the United States by the FDA for refractory urinary urge incontinence, urinary frequency/urgency syndrome and non-obstructive... read full post
Jeffrey L. O’Connor, MD - Specialty(s): Urology
October 12, 2012If you have been trying to conceive and have been unsuccessful after a year of trying and you are under 30, or have been trying unsuccessfully for six months or more and are over the age of 35, it is time to speak with a fertility specialist... read full post
Carol Kowalczyk, MD - Specialty(s): Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility
Nov 08, 2013 Reasons for gender difference are unclear read full post
Nov 08, 2013 Females' smaller lungs and airways lead to differences between the sexes, researchers say read full post
Nov 06, 2013 Check for lumps, hard knots or thickened areas read full post
Nov 05, 2013 For those under 60, diabetes quadruples the risk of heart disease, bringing it on par with men read full post
Ongoing Providence Hospital: Southfield Planning ahead for your surgery can help ease some of the anxiety that comes along with this decision. If you have questions about what to expect during your hospital stay, planning for your recovery at home or general women’s issues, contact our Nurse... view event details
Ongoing Valade Healing Arts Center, 3rd floor Skillfull application of pressure to specific points in the feet and hands. Evidence suggests that your body is mirrored in your feet. Reflexology promotes the body's ability to adjust and balance during times of stress. Some of the benefits include an increase... view event details
I’m having a problem with controlling my bowel movements. Is there any help for that?
Well you’re not alone! It is estimated that over 15 million people have Fecal Incontinence, but only 1.5 million people are diagnosed.
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