Related Women's Health Articles
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Below you'll find a list of articles that discuss women's health issues. These articles include information about polycystic ovary syndrome, sexually transmitted diseases, osteoporosis, pregnancy, menopause, and general women's health. If you'd like to speak with a Drexel Center for Women's Health doctor, we encourage you to call 215.762.5181 and schedule an appointment.
Women's Health in the News
No Safe Tan
Dr. Mark Abdelmalek explains why there is no safe tan on NBC's the 10 Show.
Sleep's Role in Weight Loss
Dr. Joanne Getsy discusses sleep's role in weight loss.
Pregnancy and Peanuts: Tricky Truths About Food Allergies
A new study finds that a woman's diet during pregnancy may affect her child. (November 3, 2010)
When It Comes to HPV, Facts Are Facts
It seems like every channel you watch, every paper you pick up, every blog you read—HPV and a vaccine called Gardasil is being debated. (August 2009)
Project PCOS Professional of the Month
Dr. Katherine D. Sherif is featured on the Project PCOS website. (April 2007)
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