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What You Should Know About Pacifiers and Breastfeeding Newborns

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July 21, 2017Post a Comment
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends avoiding pacifiers for the first four weeks of life, until breastfeeding is well-established. Why is this?

What You Should Know About Cord Blood

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July 13, 2017Post a Comment
It's a personal decision to make for your family, but cord blood banking has many advantages and can potentially protect your little one against several diseases and disorders in the future.

Kegel Exercises to Prevent Female Leakage

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June 30, 2017Post a Comment
An INTEGRIS physical therapist explains how to do Kegel exercises correctly to strengthen your pelvic floor.

What You Need to Know About Feminine Leakage

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June 1, 2017Post a Comment
Dr. Dena O'Leary, an INTEGRIS urogynecologist, discusses female incontinence. It's highly treatable, although many women are too embarrassed to speak to their doctors about it.

National Women’s Health Week Spotlight: Your Pelvic Health Questions, Answered

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May 18, 2017Post a Comment
For National Women's Health Week, INTEGRIS urogynecologist Dr. Arielle Allen answers the pelvic health questions readers submitted over social media.