As a woman, you have a lot of choices today when it comes to birth control methods, giving you and your partner control over when – or if – you become parents. But with birth control (also called contraception), different people have different needs. Each method has its pros and cons – including health risks.
If there’s one thing you can do help your baby thrive from infancy through childhood and beyond, it’s breastfeeding. August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, and we’d like to share some of the reasons why breastfeeding is so important for your baby – and you.
Your mother always told you raw cookie dough was bad for you. The FDA has issued a new warning, giving you one more reason not to eat it.
Dr. DeMone Running 2017 Boston Marathon
Sargento recalls cheese due to Listeria risk
Want to get to know WHCMA Medical Staff better? Meet Dr. Stan Surette….
Want to get to know WHCMA’s OB/GYN staff? Learn all about Dr. Leah Wilson, Obstetrician-Gynecologist!
Cindy Joslyn, Nurse-Midwife