Articles for Tag: "women"

“Don’t wait to be asked.” 
“Don’t wait to be asked.”
Pharmacist Megan Corrigan’s dual role isn’t a typical one. But she believes in seizing opportunities – and that often means speaking up for yourself.
Surgeon inspires with kindness, understanding and hope 
Surgeon inspires with kindness, understanding and hope
Being in a specialty where only 2% of surgeons are Black women, Dr. Burnetta Herron’s patients see her as an inspiration to their daughters and granddaughters.
Just had a baby? Keep this on your radar 
Just had a baby? Keep this on your radar
Find out which conditions during pregnancy can put you at risk for heart disease later.
Struggling with productivity? You may want to check the thermostat. 
Struggling with productivity? You may want to check the thermostat.
Does anyone else think it’s cold in here?
Bariatric surgery and pregnancy 
Bariatric surgery and pregnancy
It could be better to wait until after your weight stabilizes and vitamin deficiencies are addressed, experts say.
Debunking myths about women and heart disease 
Debunking myths about women and heart disease
Learn these facts to protect yourself and your loved ones.
This kills twice as many women as breast cancer 
This kills twice as many women as breast cancer
Here’s a big risk factor that some women might not know they have.