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WOMEN’S HEALTH INFORMATION – IN THE NEWS MORCELLATION

October 5, 2014 | by admin

Both as information and in attorney’s ads, morcellation is becoming a frequent topic in the news media. What is morcellation? Most abdominal gyn surgery is now performed laparoscopically, whether, with or without a robot. The small incisions ranging from 3/8” to 1 ½” allow for […]

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JUST FOR FUN – FISHING

October 5, 2014 | by admin

When I was growing up, fishing was a frequent form of recreation and comradery for me and my father – doing the father and son thing. I’ve tried to do the same thing with my son. Frequently, we do not realize how important family things […]

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WHAT I REMEMBER – HALLOWEEN

October 5, 2014 | by admin

A few days before Halloween when I was 5 years old, my baby sister was born. Dad was spending a lot of time at the hospital with Mom and our new family member. As a 5 year old, I was excited, but at the same […]

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IN THE KITCHEN WITH DR. B. – CHICKEN PASTA SAUCE

October 5, 2014 | by admin

  This is a nice variation from the more common pasta sauces, good especially when served with sturdy pasta shapes such as penne. The recipe is an adaptation of one by Marcella Hazan in her “Marcella Says” Cookbook. If you are looking for a new […]

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IN MEMORIUM – Mom

September 5, 2014 | by admin

It has been weeks since I last posted on my blog. Those of you on Facebook may have seen my last post on Advanced Healthcare for Women, August 3, 2014. I sincerely appreciate the kind words from many of you. This is a recap of […]

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WOMEN’S HEALTH INFORMATION – Exams

September 5, 2014 | by admin

Keeping appointments for routine exams, procedures, etc. has a major impact on your health, and also on our health care system. This applies to women, men and children. Prevention or early detection both results in better personal health and also a lower cost to our health care system. When a patient is a no-show or […]

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JUST FOR FUN – Scotland

September 5, 2014 | by admin

My wife and I recently vacationed in Northern Scotland, a trip we had planned for several years. The people were friendly, but the weather left something to be desired – overcast most, not all, of the time with moderate rain. The food was good, most […]

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WHAT I REMEMBER – Play

September 5, 2014 | by admin

In my early years, I lived in downtown Charleston. One of my favorite pass times was to walk to nearby Colonial Lake with Mom to play, feed the ducks, etc. This photo is not of me but a child at play, I saw on a […]

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IN THE KITCHEN WITH DR. B. – Breaded Chicken Cutlets

September 5, 2014 | by admin

Happy belated Labor Day! I was recently visiting my daughter when she served this recipe from MarthaStewart.com, in the new “make ahead” column, breaded chicken cutlets. This is a delicious recipe that lends itself to preparing ahead, freezing, and then baking for 15 minutes for […]

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WOMEN’S HEALTH INFORMATION – HOW TO IMPROVE CHANCES OF CONCEPTION

July 12, 2014 | by admin

About 1 in 5 couples have difficulty conceiving. One of the more common techniques to optimize the likelihood of conception is timed intercourse. In years past, basal temperature charts and ovulation predictor kits have been used in an attempt to improve natural cycle conception. These techniques can be stressful and have been shown to even […]

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