Combating the Childhood Obesity Epidemic
Posted September 10, 2014
Childhood obesity has more than doubled in the past 30 years. It is one of the major health concerns facing today’s youth as children are eating more processed foods and engaging in less physical activity. Obesity is a co-factor for ... Continue reading →
Choosing an Obstetrician? : The 5 Things You Need to Know
Posted June 16, 2014
Congratulations—you’re expecting! With this wonderful and exciting news comes a multitude of research, questions, and preparation. One of the first questions you’ll probably ask yourself is who will I go to for prenatal care? Or how to pick the best ... Continue reading →
Response to a Study on Autism by Duke University
Posted August 14, 2013
At Healthy Woman we want to reassure our patients about a topic you may have seen in the news.
Duke university released a study this month implying there may be a link with induction of labor and augmentation of labor and ... Continue reading →
Working With Patients in Tough Economic Times
Posted March 20, 2013
With the unemployment rate at 7.7 percent, adding around 236,000 jobs in February of this year, many Americans still find themselves out of work. Financial institutions are some of the most recent companies to announce major employment cut backs in ... Continue reading →
Breastfeeding Perks: What You Should Know
Posted March 12, 2013
Breastfeeding has been all the buzz lately. With celebrities talking about it in their candid magazine interviews, breastfeeding is making a long overdue comeback in modern-day motherhood.
So how exactly can breastfeeding be beneficial?
1. Illness prevention. The nutrients in a mother’s ... Continue reading →
Folic Acid Linked To Lower Autism Risk
Posted February 26, 2013
The importance of planning for pregnancy is becoming more and more evident, as new studies show. A recent study found that children born to women who started taking folic acid supplements, or women who received an ample amount of folic ... Continue reading →
What You Eat Could Make You Happy
Posted February 06, 2013
Everyone wants to be happy. Whether it’s achieved through success, personal accomplishment, or day to day satisfaction, most people would say that happiness is the goal they would most like to achieve.
But how does food factor into your happiness? Does ... Continue reading →
Staying Healthy During Cold and Flu Season
Posted January 23, 2013
It’s that time of year again! The news is abuzz with reports of influenza outbreaks, cold symptoms, and stomach bugs. Almost everyone knows someone who has been sick this winter season, and the numbers continue to rise across the country.
But ... Continue reading →
Princeton Nassau Pediatrics
Posted January 23, 2013
Princeton Nassau Pediatrics will now be in the Healthy Woman Freehold office one day a week! The goal is to offer our patients seamless medical care through pregnancy, childbirth and beyond.
Princeton Nassau Pediatrics strive to provide the highest possible pediatric ... Continue reading →
Predict Your Baby’s Gender
Posted January 10, 2013
Trying to figure out if you are having a baby boy or girl? While the suspense can be torture for some moms, others are using old wives’ tales to give them a heads up as to which color to stock ... Continue reading →