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How dense breast tissue can make it difficult to read a mammogram and has been associated with a modest increase in one's risk for breast cancer.
As Tammy and her husband Jason prepared for the birth of their new baby, they knew a low intervention, natural birthing experience is what they wanted.
Last year in celebration of Father’s Day, we published a beautiful post from a dad to his newborn son, Lucas. The words were poignant, meaningful and heartfelt. Sixteen months later, Dad has penned another note to his Lucas. Read on to see the ups and downs of the first year of parenthood, and the wonder that a father has for his son.
In recognition of World Maternal Mental Health Day, Women & Infants Hospital recently hosted a live Facebook chat from three busy moms about how they take care of themselves physically and emotionally. Learn More.
Sadiqa Kendi had just gotten married and was new to Providence when she felt a lump in her breast. Read more about her journey.
Perimenopause usually begins four to eight years prior to menopause, learn more about the warning signs and what to expect.
When a woman enters menopause, her metabolic rate slows significantly. When rates are lower, you burn energy slower, which translates to weight gain if there is no added exercise.