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JUST FOR FUN – Saturday Market

June 28, 2015 | by admin

Saturday morning my wife and I headed to The Farmer’s Market at Forsythe Park for fresh vegetables for the next few days. We ended up with Silver Queen corn, along with Cherokee purple heirloom tomatoes, baby eggplant, and a few other goodies. We used some […]

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WOMEN’S HEALTH INFORMATION – BAG BALM AND OTHER PEARLS

April 25, 2015 | by admin

Bag Balm and other pearls sounded like a catchy title for the current newsletter. Thought I would keep it short and simple, although I must admit the topic of HRT does not fall into that category. Bag Balm came up in a recent conversation when I was seeing a patient for her annual examination – […]

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JUST FOR FUN – Visiting Friends

April 25, 2015 | by admin

Simple things in life (like visiting friends) can be the most fun – and having fun is important and good for all of us. Recently, my wife and I drove to Kiawah Island outside of Charleston to spend time with friends we met on our recent […]

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IN THE KITCHEN WITH DR. B. – OYSTERS MIGNONETTE

April 25, 2015 | by admin

  I love good oysters served in any fashion, raw, steamed, fried or otherwise. (If you choose to eat raw oysters, there is a risk of certain diseases such as hepatitis. I have to put that warning in.) My favorite oysters are from Bluffton, S.C. They […]

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WOMEN’S HEALTH INFORMATION – WHEN TO START HORMONES

February 9, 2015 | by admin

Men begin having heart attacks 10-15 years before women. What causes this difference in age of onset of the leading cause of death in both women and men in The United States? The answer appears to estrogen. This is supported by a number of major medical studies. When to start hormones? A study in Nature […]

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JUST FOR FUN – VIET NAM CAMBODIA

February 9, 2015 | by admin

As most of you know, I have two main interests, gynecology and photography – and of course grandchildren and cooking, so four, not two. My wife and I are intrigued by the Far East but, until recently, had not had the opportunity to visit.  We […]

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IN THE KITCHEN WITH DR. B – PHO SOUP

February 9, 2015 | by admin

Most of my recipes are of American or Italian origin, but after my recent trip decided to try Oriental cuisine. Pho (pronounced fah) is a broth with rice noodles, vegetables, and meat, usually chicken or beef. It is commonly served by street vendors and may […]

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MENSTRUAL CYCLE PAIN

January 6, 2015 | by admin

Many widely varying conditions are responsible for pelvic pain. The most common causes for pain seen in my office are physiologic or “normal” pain associated with the menstrual cycle. A good way to begin diagnosing the cause of a particular pain is to think about […]

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JUST FOR FUN – Family at Christmas

January 6, 2015 | by admin

My son and his wife invited his and her families to their home for Christmas. A great time was had by all! Thank you Scott and Teresa for your warm hospitality. Family at Christmas makes the holidays special. Just for the sake of accuracy, Teresa’s […]

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