Love is in the air in February. That’s what makes it the perfect time to see your OBGYN for an STD screening and to discuss birth control options with a medical professional. Your love life can blossom without the fear of disease or unplanned pregnancy changing your lifestyle. Dr. Ahmadinia of OBGYN High Desert informs and empowers his patients so they’re able to make the right decision for themselves concerning their sexual health and overall […]
With New Year’s Day fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about how different your life could be if you changed some of the things that you currently do. You don’t need to wait until January 1st to take action, however. You can start planning your transformation today. That way, when 2019 rolls around, you’ll already have created some healthy habits to get the new year started out on the right foot.
Here are five […]
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The annual initiative raises awareness about the prevention and treatment of the disease as well as celebrating its warriors. Businesses around the nation make donations in the name of breast cancer research while citizens march, fundraise, and show their support for women and men by sharing posts on social media, wearing pink ribbon merchandise, and donating their time, money, and talents to worthy causes in their communities.
How You […]
September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. The annual initiative celebrates the women who have fought ovarian cancer as well as raises awareness about the disease and how to prevent it. OBGYN High Desert provides gynecological services for women of all ages. Having regular screenings and check-ups help detect, treat, and prevent different forms of cancers including those that affect the ovaries.
Signs and Symptoms Commonly Associated with Ovarian Cancer
The National Ovarian Cancer Coalition provides detailed […]
World Hepatitis Day takes place on July 28, 2018. The annual initiative is meant to raise awareness and discuss the prevention of hepatitis, a liver infection that can be classified as A, B or C. Hepatitis is spread by drug usage through the sharing of dirty needles, alcohol use, and sexual activity. Some underlying medical conditions cause hepatitis while other forms of the infection are caused by a virus.
How Many People Have Hepatitis and Don’t […]