3 Things Your OBGYN Can Help You With During Your Pregnancy

It's no joke when people say that a woman's body goes through a lot of huge changes when they are pregnant. And because of these changes, you will notice things may not work or function as they normally do. You will also learn that there are a lot of medicines you shouldn't take and some foods you shouldn't eat. While some of this may seem confusing and overwhelming, it doesn't need to be. Read More 

Tips For Planning An Affordable Funeral

Planning a funeral is already stressful enough without having to worry about going broke in the process. This is why it is so important to make sure that you are doing everything that you can to save some of your hard-earned money. To help you do just that, you may want to take a few moments to review the following money saving tips. Ask For A Payment Plan Some funeral homes will allow people to make payments on the cost of the funeral. Read More 

Called Back For A Mammogram Follow-Up: What You Need To Know

If you've been having annual mammograms done as most women should when they turn 40, then they've probably become quite routine to you. Therefore, when you're called by your doctor and informed that there was an abnormal finding on your last mammogram, you may be understandably shocked and worried. If you're called back into your doctor's office after a routine mammography screening, knowing what to expect can help to quell your anxiety. Read More 

Three Golden Benefits Of Using A Compound Pharmacy

In this day and age, you have plenty of options when it comes to the way you receive your medical care. Most people go to the doctor, get a prescription and get it filled at a drug store that carries many brand-name drugs. However, at a compounding pharmacy, your pharmacist makes the drugs right then and there to your specific need. This is an option that many people are turning to, due to some of the benefits outlined below. Read More 

Be Careful: 4 Ways Women Could Contract An STD From Someone

Most people think you get an STD from having sex. While this is true, there are many other ways you can get sexually transmitted diseases. Read below so you can keep yourself healthy so you do not contract or spread STDs around to other people. Having Oral Sex Your partner may have an STD, such as herpes, chlamydia, and gonorrhea, and not even know it.  They may have symptoms that are very mild, such as extra discharge from the vagina, or have no symptoms at all. Read More