“Why is my baby crying so much? Is it normal? What can I do about it?”

It’s a rite of passage for all new parents – the baby starts wailing in the middle of the night and no amount of rocking, shushing or soothing seems to help. For decades, these unexplained crying spells were thought to be symptoms of colic or perhaps simply the product of a sour disposition. But new [Continue Reading]

Battling a Brain Tumor While Pregnant

By Danielle Endres In 2012, I was given news that would change our lives. I was diagnosed with Acoustic Neuroma, a benign tumor on the acoustic nerve in the brain. It was already large at about 3 cm and I was to have surgery as soon as possible. Within the next few weeks I would [Continue Reading]

Women and Heart Disease: What You Should Know

Many of you might be seeing red tomorrow but don’t worry, it’s for a good cause. Friday, Feb. 3 is “Go Red for Women” day across the United States. While many traditionally associate heart attack and heart disease with men, the statistics paint a different picture. According to the American Heart Association, heart disease, not [Continue Reading]

A Friendly Reminder: Breast Cancer Screenings Save Lives

To put it simply, breast cancer screenings are important for all women. While breast cancer can be found and treated after symptoms appear, many women with breast cancer have no symptoms at first. Regular screenings can help to detect cancer early while it’s small and hasn’t spread, making it easier to treat successfully. Here are [Continue Reading]

Why more moms are opting to delay cord clamping at birth

For years, obstetricians and mothers alike have noticed that babies born too early were gaining significant health benefits when they waited for a minute or two to cut the umbilical cord. But a bevy of research in recent years found that delayed cord clamping has lasting benefits for healthy infants too, prompting the American College [Continue Reading]

Top Ten List: 2016’s Most Heartwarming, Impactful Posts

As 2016 comes to a close, we look back on some of the blog posts that resonated most with readers. 2016 was a year of overcoming obstacles, educating the public about serious health issues and honoring those who have made an impact on the lives of others.  Here’s a chance to read the top ten [Continue Reading]