If you’re thinking about having a baby, there are a few things you can do before conceiving to ensure a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby. Learn what board-certified obstetrician (OB) Cory Miller, MD, recommends as you prepare for the journey into motherhood.
Health care continues to be a growing and evolving field. While you may think more immediately of doctors and nurses, it offers a wide array of career opportunities for varying interests and skill sets.
Dr. Charles Lawrie from Washington University Orthopedics discusses hip health, both surgical and nonsurgical options for patients, and expectations for reclaiming a pain-free life.
Gallstones are small or large stones that form in the gallbladder that can sometimes travel outside the gallbladder. They vary in size and can be as small as a grain of sand or as big as a golf ball. Often times, gallstones are small enough to be passed without symptoms, but it is important to know the causes and signs before potentially serious issues arise.
Of the roughly 84,000 pregnancies in the state of Missouri, about 8,400 (or 10%) are mothers who struggle with an alcohol or drug problem. One serious issue is opioid use disorder, also known as substance use disorder or opioid addiction, which is the use or abuse of heroin, fentanyl and prescription opioids.