Recorded on Thursday 18 June 2020 as part of the Royal Society of Medicine’s COVID-19 Series. In this episode, Professor Sir Simon Wessely was joined by Vice President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Mr Pat O’Brien, and Consultant Obstetrician, Dr Maggie Blott, to explore the effect of the pandemic on women’s obstetric […]
Walking alone at night, stepping down to the streets, going out with a stranger or exploring unknown places becomes vulnerable when it comes to women’s safety.
The MUSC Women’s Health Fetal care team is here for you! Eugene Chang, M.D., medical director of the Advanced Fetal Care Center (AFCC), shares a message for parents who may be concerned about an in-person appointment during these uncertain times. Dr. Chang reviews the additional measures care team members put in place to keep everyone […]
What health exams should you have as a woman? In this video, I want to break down 5 Essential Women’s Health Exams, how often you should get a health screening, and why health exams so important. The 5 Health Exams for Women: Health Exam #1: Mammograms Health Exam #2: Gynecological Exams, including Pap Smears and […]
When it comes to women’s healthcare needs, having a team approach is a real benefit. Jennifer Lang of Southeast Obstetrics and Gynecology shares more about the positive impact collaboration between midwives and physicians has on women’s health.
Women are different from men. Historically, research focused on conditions related to reproduction, that is, sex-specific conditions. Indeed, a women’s body adapts to changing conditions of pregnancy, and this adaptability affects a woman’s risk, symptoms and outcomes from disease beyond the pregnancy throughout life. This leads to differences between women and men in presentation, diagnosis, […]
Moderator: Meredith Rose Burak – Asana Bio Group Panelists: David Meiri, Ph.D.; Rosemary Mazanet, MD, Ph.D.; Ethan Russo, MD; Stephanie Karasick Cannabis pop culture is notoriously male – yet women are the fastest growing consumers in the market. With a high concentration of endocannabinoid receptors in the reproductive system, women are especially receptive to the […]
To learn more about Dr. Cremer, please visit https://cle.clinic/2R58xmJ General Obstetrics and Gynecologist, Miriam Cremer, MD, MPH is focused on reproductive health but also preventative health such as mammograms, colonoscopies and vaccines. She specializes in all areas of women’s health, from contraception management to cancer screenings to menopause.