Women

A woman can be many things in life….a daughter, sister, student, friend, wife, professional, mother, caregiver and more.  Staying strong and healthy makes each role easier, and makes life more enjoyable.

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  • The Women's Hospital and Project Reveal

    Project Reveal and The Women’s Hospital have partnered together to bring a local television series to women in Evansville and surrounding communities. The series will be documentary-style and feature real women and their stories. The goal of Project Reveal is to be real, inspiring, creative and diverse. The series will launch in the Spring and air in varied time slots on WNIN and WEVV. 

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  • All About Water

    Rebekah Basham, PA Deaconess Clinic
    We’ve all heard how important it is to drink water, but how much is the right amount? What about caffeine, sports drinks, and weight loss? With all the information floating around, it’s time to get the facts on your water intake. 

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  • The Well-Stocked Medicine Cabinet

    Dr. Jung Smith, Family Medicine, Deaconess Clinic 
    I think it’s wise to have a stash of basic medications for everyone in the family, so I want to share information about various over-the-counter medications, to help you decide what you should have in YOUR well-stocked medicine cabinet.

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  • Managing Holiday Stress

    Janie Chappell, Deaconess Cross Pointe
    Stress and depression can make your holiday miserable. It’s common, particularly among women who are always feeling that they need to be “everything to everyone.” As a result, we neglect our own emotional and even physical well-being. Here are some tips on how to prevent and deal with stress and depression over the holidays.
     

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  • Dr Weisman’s recommended Reading List

    As I have transitioned from training to full-fledged practice, I have found that there is a lot of good (and bad) literature published in the last few years that I knew nothing about! I’m getting linked in to local libraries and discovering new books as well as re-reading old ones. I wanted to share some of my favorites including ones that have been helpful in my own life.

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  • Reality Check Time - Today is a new day!

    By Dr. Errin Weisman
    Ever get in a rut and seem stuck? Women often feel pounded down to the ground to the point that they can’t muscle the energy to get up. Their spirits are weary and souls tarnished.  Drained women, worn-out moms, and fading ladies sometimes need a good restart. Learn quick tips to revitalize, rejuvenate, renew, and refresh you.

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  • Morning Sickness

    Dr. Weisman share several tips on dealing with morning sickness during pregnancy. 

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  • Pregnancy Heartburn

    Dr. Weisman shares her recommendations on coping with heartburn during pregnancy. 

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  • Pelvic Prolapse

    Dr. Sinha explains Pelvic Prolapse for women: what is it, how is it treated and what are the types of procedures. 

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  • Breast Cancer Resources for Tri-State Women

    Kathy Dockery, Director of the Deaconess Breast Center and Sally Britt, Community Outreach Coordinator for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Evansville/Tri-State affiliate talk about resources for women with breast cancer.

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Understanding and Preparing for Your Mammogram
Mammograms are key to early detection and treatment of breast cancer. Learn what a mammogram is and how you can prepare for yours.
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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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