You might have guessed it, a group of Lady Docs friends and I were among the marchers in the March for Science last Saturday in Washington D.C.  I did not participate in marches and rallies until recently, but as in a sign I saw and that moved me during the Women’s March last January, “the…

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Are you bored with your exercise? Do you find yourself not motivated enough to get to the gym? To stay fit, are there activities that you would rather do than working out in a gym setting? A recent Harvard health blog “Find Your Exercise Style,” addressed the issue of exercise modalities in different people. In this blog, Madhuri Kale,…

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*Cancer Survivors and Pregnancy Risks* A study from the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina shows potential risks of preterm labor, low birth weight infants, and higher cesarean section rate in women with history of cancer.  The study gathered data from 15,000 births of women ranging from 15-39 years old.  The…

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