Stories and Insights
Assisted reproductive technologies can help women struggling with fertility to conceive. But using ART carries some risks. In part one of this two-part series, Dr. Morgan explains the possible risks to women who become pregnant with ART.
Dr. Horsager explains interesting new studies into why older women are at higher risk for giving birth to a child with Down syndrome.
Spinal stenosis can cause back pain and tingling or numbness in the hands and feet. It’s more common as we age, but that doesn’t mean people must live with it.
A rare breast implant-related cancer was covered by the New York Times in spring 2017. Dr. Kenkel explains the symptoms and who is at risk.
Doctors aren’t sure what causes belly button pain during pregnancy, but it’s a fairly common symptom. Dr. Horsager tries to shed light on the phenomenon.
Dr. Welch explains how brain aneurysms can cause hemorrhagic strokes and what physicians can do to preemptively treat this condition.
With summer comes increased risk exposure to mosquitos. Here’s what women who are pregnant or wish to become pregnant need to know to stay safe this year.
Dr. Khawaja discusses the relationship between sleep and mental illness, as well as treatments to help patients maintain healthy sleep habits.
We generally associate hip pain with aging, but adolescents and young adults can develop serious hip problems as well. Dr. Wells reviews some of these issues and the surgeries to correct them.
If you have epilepsy and want to have a baby, there are precautions to take before, during, and after pregnancy.