Tips for Healthy Living
If you’re like most parents, you probably greet the end of summer with a mixture of emotions.
Breast cancer is on every woman’s mind. But we hope to turn worrisome thoughts into positive actions with these risk-reducing tips from one of Florida hospital’s leading breast surgeons, Olga Ivanov, MD.
Do you have difficulty losing abdominal fat? Do you crave sweets and carbohydrates on a daily basis? Do you feel sleepy after eating, or shaky when you go without food for several hours?
PCOS is an insulin resistance (prediabetes) syndrome
Do you have irregular periods? Are you dealing with excess hair growth on your body, or with thinning hair on your head? How about unexplained weight gain?
Treating the whole patient can improve outcomes.
Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer affecting U.S. women (aside from skin cancer) with about one in eight women being diagnosed at some point during their lifetime.