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    Dr. C. Brennan Fitzpatrick, MD, MFM Medical Director, Perinatology Tri-State Perinatology at The Women’s Hospital

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    Dr. Prasanna Yelamanchili, cardiologist, The Heart Group.
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Understanding and Preparing for Your Mammogram
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Migraines: an In-Depth Report
A migraine is a common type of headache that may occur with symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, or sensitivity to light. In many people, a throbbing pain is felt on one side of the head. Migraines often occur more frequently in women than men. Migraines may also run in families.
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Fibrocystic Breast Disease
Fibrocystic breast changes is a commonly used phrase to describe painful, lumpy breasts. The exact cause is unknown, but hormones can make a woman's breast feel swollen, lumpy, or painful before or after menstruation each month.
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