Expecting a child is one of the greatest moments in a person's life. However, there is always a chance that birth defects can occur. While there is no way to avoid congenital disabilities altogether, with January being Birth Defects Prevention Month, we thought it would be a good time to share some things that you can do to decrease the chances of your child being born with a birth defect.
Expectant mothers have a lot of things to think about with the imminent arrival of their baby — safe sleep, childcare, names, and how they will choose to feed their child. Many mothers decide on breastfeeding as it creates a natural bond with their newborn child, helps protect their child from illness, and is the healthiest food for an infant’s developing gut.
Voyage Healthcare is proud to have the lowest cesarean rate compared to all the other obstetric groups that deliver at Maple Grove Hospital. The overall rate of Cesarean delivery in the United States is 32%. Voyage Healthcare has a cesarean rate of 24.7%. That is 7.3% better than the national average. Our all-female OBGYN
Physicians want our patients to have the safest delivery for both mom and baby.
High heels can be the perfect accessory that pulls an outfit together for work, date night, or a special occasion. While they might look fantastic and give you that extra boost, we all know heels are not the healthiest (or most comfortable!) footwear for our feet.
Research shows that approximately 50% of women who have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome go undiagnosed. September marks PCOS Awareness Month, which aims to educate women and healthcare professionals about symptoms, causes, and how to manage the condition.