Health & Wellness

Dr. Carmen McGee, OB/GYN

Absolutely! After you’ve seen your obstetric provider and have been evaluated and cleared for potential medical conditions that could impact your ability to be active, the medical community strongly encourages our future moms to engage in regular physical activity.

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Paige Havens

I don’t know about you, but lately my refrigerator has been covered with graduation announcements, party invitations and senior pictures. Graduation season is upon us. It’s always fun to celebrate the accomplishments of friends and family and encourage our graduates to push to their full potential.

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While many people may not realize it, your relationship with your primary care provider is one of the most important for your overall health. You should be able to trust your primary care provider with your most private health issues and concerns, and you should feel certain he or she is your partner in good health.

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