Most women understand the important roles that a healthy diet and regular exercise play in the prevention of heart disease, but other factors—like pregnancy or birth control use—can be easily … Continue Reading →
NBC10 reports on a young soccer coach who recovered from a heart attack after treatment at Bryn Mawr Hospital, part of the Lankenau Heart Institute.
Originally published in Chester County Life magazine People with an impaired pelvic floor—the network of muscles, nerves and ligaments that support the bladder, intestines, rectum, and (for women) the uterus—often … Continue Reading →
For many women looking to start a family, 35 can seem like a deadline. And while it’s true that conception becomes more difficult with age, it isn’t impossible. “Age is … Continue Reading →
Whether it’s running a marathon, completing a triathlon, or signing up for an intense round of CrossFit classes, women aren’t afraid to challenge themselves when it comes to their fitness. … Continue Reading →
Anyone who has tried to lose weight understands that it can be a difficult task, regardless of your age, gender, health, or weight loss goal. But for women especially, weight … Continue Reading →
A new study finds that women who have undergone lumpectomies for breast cancer may be able to shorten the length of time it takes to get radiation therapy treatments. The … Continue Reading →
Juggling a demanding career, social commitments, and the needs of parents, partners, and children can be a lot to handle, so it’s not surprising that many women are quick to … Continue Reading →
A Daily Local News article by Dr. Sage Claydon, MD, FACOG; urogynecologist is affiliated with Paoli Hospital notes that pelvic floor disorders continue to be on the rise among women.
A leaky bladder. Pain during intercourse. Frequent urinary tract infections. Pelvic pain. For patients who struggle with pelvic floor disorders, these symptoms are common ones. And although pelvic floor disorders … Continue Reading →