Tag: Women’s Health

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Revolutionizing Women’s Healthcare: The Role of Artificial Intelligence

Women’s healthcare has undergone remarkable advancements in recent years, largely owing to the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. From early detection of diseases to personalized treatment plans, AI is revolutionizing the way healthcare is delivered to women across the globe. In this article, we delve into the significant contributions of AI in women’s healthcare, […]

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Maximizing Health in the Midlife

As we age, it becomes increasingly important to take care of our physical health. Women, in particular, experience unique challenges and changes in their bodies that can affect their overall well-being. A recent study suggests that several lifestyle factors can significantly impact physical health in midlife for women. The study, published in the journal Menopause, […]

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Fatty Liver Disease

Non-alcoholic acute fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a serious medical condition that is on the rise worldwide. The disease is characterized by the accumulation of fat in the liver, leading to inflammation and liver damage. NAFLD is typically associated with obesity, insulin resistance, and metabolic syndrome, and it is more commonly seen in men than […]

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ACOG Statement on the Decision in Dobbs V. Jackson

Washington, DC – The following is a statement from Iffath Abbasi Hoskins, MD, FACOG, president of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), regarding today’s decision from the United States Supreme Court in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Read ACOG’s amicus brief in the case. “Today’s decision is a direct blow to bodily […]

What’s Egg Freezing?

  A few years ago, freezing a woman’s eggs to preserve options for fertility in the future, was not something we recommended.  The process of collecting eggs, freezing them, storing them, unfreezing them, fertilizing them, transferring them back into a uterus and having a livebirth was just not successful enough to make it a viable […]

Barb Dehn, NP, Brings her Clinical Skills to Tanzania

  By Barb Dehn, NP I absolutely love caring for women at El Camino Women’s Medical Group and am so grateful to that the physicians and staff have been so supportive of my trips to Tanzania. So many patients have asked about what in world I’m doing over there, that I’m happy to share why […]

Concussions More Likely in FEMALE Athletes

Concussions More Likely in Female Athletes   We’ve all been–or at least know–some amazing female athletes.   We’ve all been inundated with increasing awareness about concussions related to sports like football, the associated lifetime risks to athletes from concussions, and the importance of preventing recurrent concussions in the men and boys we love. Findings from a […]

Upcoming changes and leaves of absences at ECWMG

Dear Patients,  As we enter the summer, there are several changes that are happening amongst providers and staff. This is related to a lot of good news and four new babies! We are hoping to make these transitions as seamless as possible and ask your for patience.  Most of you have noticed that Dr. Amy […]