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How do psychological factors impact endometriosis pain?

Endometriosis is a painful condition that involves endometrial tissue growing outside of the uterus. While the endometrium tissue thickens and breaks down with every menstrual cycle, women with this disorder have blood that is unable to exit the body. This causes several symptoms, including but not limited to painful periods (dysmenorrhea), excessive bleeding, the formation […]

Consumer Reports Examines Conflicting Claims About Sunscreen Ingredients

Wearing sunscreen on a hot summer’s day has always been such an obvious, primitive thing to do due to its perceived benefits — protection from UV rays, sunburn prevention, premature aging, and lower risk of skin cancer. However, current research suggests that these benefits we have always believed sunscreen to have may not be the […]

Options For Hair Care While On Chemotherapy

Brittle Hair, Hair Loss, Dryness Of Hair- Here Are Some Options On How To Relieve These Chemos- Related Hair Problems By Shyamali Singhal, MD Surgical Oncologist Founder of Hope & Beauty Chemotherapy drugs are strong and harsh medications that damage rapidly growing cancer cells. Unfortunately, these drugs do not differentiate between cancer cells from other […]

Is the Pill Becoming Obsolete?

The Matrix may have had you mulling over whether to take the red pill or the blue pill, but why not add another one to the mix, the birth control pill?  The birth control pill was first introduced in the 1960s. Back then, it was revolutionary that a small pill could have control over one’s […]

Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is a condition that causes excessive sweating. Sweat, the body’s primary way to cool down, is produced in hyperhidrosis even when there is no need for it. Hyperhidrosis has two subtypes: primary and secondary hyperhidrosis. Primary hyperhidrosis generally affects both sides of the body. Secondary hyperhidrosis, or generalized hyperhidrosis, is induced by another condition […]

The Imperfect Screening Technology for Breast Cancer

Imagine the sheer anxiety of waiting for your mammogram results to come in only to realize that it is not conclusive and that more tests need to be done for a breast cancer diagnosis. The screening for breast cancer is so limiting due to the resolution of the imaging we use today, and can sometimes […]

New Procedure May Allow for Delayed Menopause

For women, the fixed timing of menopause, the finality of menopause on fertility, and the major effects on our bodies, skin, hair and health have made it a much feared and misunderstood life event.   There are more than 30 symptoms associated with menopause, including hot flashes, irregular periods, night sweats, and vaginal dryness. Imagine if […]

Working on weight loss? Turn off the lights!

    Sleeping With Lights On May Increase Risk For Obesity In Women, Study Suggests   Recent research shows that sleeping with the lights on not only adds to your electricity bill, but also adds extra pounds to your weight. According to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine involving 43,722 female participants, exposure to […]

We've Moved!

Our office has finally moved into our brand new, larger space in the Sobrato Pavilion.
Please allow yourself additional time to find our space, park in the Sobrato Parking Structure, and find our suite on the 6th floor!

We can't wait for you to see it!

Map of ECH campus and our new location