women

Tie me up, please.

Being too tied up: it's a problem we all face. I have been so immersed in stressful situations that, without realizing it, they begin to affect me, day to day. ...

Urinary Incontinence in Women

Women with urinary incontinence may be advised to use absorbent products temporarily while waiting to undergo surgery. The bottom line is that there is an effective treatment for urinary leakage. Don’t hold yourself back in fear of embarrassment. Instead, visit our office for a complete individualized consultation and learn more about your treatment options

How to Take Charge of Your Health

How to Take Charge of Your Health When it comes to your health and wellbeing, you need to think not only about your body but your mind and spirit too. Everything about you and your life matters, and deserves your time and attention. Use your 2016 calendar and reminder stickers to schedule time for fitness, shopping for and preparing healthy meals, “down time” to relax and have fun, and a checkup with your doctor. Doing so will help you to balance your own health and wellness needs with your everyday commitments.

Getting Your Period

Getting Your Period Starting your period—or menstruation—is a major part of puberty and means your body now can make a baby. It also means lots of other change...

The 9 Pieces You Should Stop Wearing

Because autumn is coming to a close and winter is getting close, it’s time to rid our wardrobes of clothing and accessories that have been worn too many times by too many women. This list contains the items that should be avoided on the days when you’re striving to look your best.

Making Summer Safe for South Florida’s Children

Now that August is here, school is on the horizon. No matter what grade your child is about to enter, there’s the yearly back-to-school checklist of to-dos like shopping for school supplies, filling out permission forms and, of course, scheduling your child’s pediatric visit at Care Resource. The back-to-school season is a convenient time for putting the exam on your family’s schedule and make sure that your school-age children, from preschoolers to college students receive their vaccines.