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Record numbers of women are taking “the pill.”  The National Center for Health Statistics reported last year that 82% of adult American women have taken “the pill” at some point in their lives.  Between 2006-2008, it is believed that 10.7 million women used “the pill.”  So let’s spend a little time getting to know more […]

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Herpes and Hepatitis B are two sexually transmitted diseases that are often confused with one another because of their similar names.   The similarities end there.  What are the differences between the two?  And what are the symptoms, the causes, and the treatments? The technical name for herpes is herpes simplex and it is caused by […]

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Syphilis–we have all heard of it and are probably all vaguely afraid of it.  But what is it?  What does it do?  How does it spread and can it be cured?  Let’s find out. The word “syphilis” comes from the 1530 poem titled Syphilis sive morbus gallicus (“Syphilis or the French Disease”).  In the poem, […]

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During pregnancy, a woman’s skin can undergo any number of changes.  This article will exam two of the most common of these dermatological changes:  “linea nigra” and the “mask of pregnancy.” Linea nigra, which is Greek for “black line,” is a dark line that develops on a pregnant woman’s abdomen and can stretch from the […]

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While there are a myriad of possible gynecological surgeries, which ones do women elect to have performed?  In the past tubal ligation and varying degrees of hysterectomy have been the most popular elective gynecological surgeries.  In the 1990s, though, elective c-sections began to boom.  Recently, however, a growing movement has developed in backlash to the […]

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