Dispelling Covid-19 Myths

Dispelling Covid-19 Myths: Addressing the Claim that Vaccines Cause Infertility

Topic: Dispelling Covid-19 Myths: Addressing the Claim that Vaccines Cause Infertility Misinformation has been circulating online, insisting that the Covid-19 vaccines cause infertility. However, there is evidence to the contrary, and many medical professionals insist that there is no evidence to the claim for either men or women. The Spread of Misinformation Unfortunately, the spread…

Symptoms in the Workplace

Successfully Coping with Menopausal Symptoms in the Workplace

Topic: Successfully Coping with Menopausal Symptoms in the Workplace Menopause has some unpleasant effects, including difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, and the impeded ability to think clearly. In essence, menopause can create what is referred to as “brain fog,” meaning it is hard to get much accomplished due to a lack of concentration and mental engagement. Surprisingly,…

The Effective Combination

The Effective Combination of Mammography and Ultrasound for Preop Staging

Topic: The Effective Combination of Mammography and Ultrasound for Preop Staging Studies have shown that a contrast-enhanced mammography paired with an ultrasound is an effective combination when it comes to preoperative staging for breast cancer. More specifically, this combination was shown to be equally as effective as a breast MRI for preoperative staging. Studying the…

Breastfeeding Awareness Week

Breastfeeding Awareness Week: How to Empower Mothers to Breastfeed

Topic: Breastfeeding Awareness Week: How to Empower Mothers to Breastfeed Celebratory periods, such as Breastfeeding Awareness Week, help new mothers learn about the positive role breastfeeding plays in a child’s developmental process. When other individuals insert themselves into the lives of new mothers, offering constant advice about how to mother, monitor the baby’s eating and…

Antidepressants During Pregnancy

What You Need to Know About the Use of Antidepressants During Pregnancy

Topic: What You Need to Know About the Use of Antidepressants During Pregnancy The use of a class of antidepressants called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) during pregnancy has been correlated with increased risks, including birth defects, miscarriage, newborn behavioral syndrome, preterm birth, persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn, neonatal health complications, and the possibility…