Women's Health

Having a Healthy Pregnancy During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Written by Matthew Hoffman, M.D., MPH, ChristianaCare

If you or a loved one is pregnant, you’re likely concerned about the impact of COVID-19 on a mother-to-be and her baby. Even if a pregnant woman does not contract COVID-19, apprehension and misinformation surrounding the virus can influence prenatal care and self-care.
Education is the best way to combat your fears, reduce the risk of getting COVID-19 and prepare for a healthy delivery.

The Impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare Today

Once again we to turned to local experts asking them to share their expertise on a range of topics related to the COVID-19 pandemic—a topic still very much on our minds. Five area physicians remind us of best practices, latest developments and their advice on four key issues.

A Closer Look at Women’s Health

Written by County Lines Magazine

Each August we take a closer look at health issues affecting women and ask local experts to share best practices, latest developments and their advice on four key issues.

Help for Women Who Experience Hair Loss

Written by Dr. Christine Cho, Tower Health MedSpa

There are more options than you think.

Lung Cancer – What Women Should Know

Written by Dr. John C. Kucharczuk, Penn Medicine

It’s the leading cause of death in women and on the rise among women who have never smoked. But there’s still plenty that women can do to get ahead of lung cancer.

Is Your Teenager Just Tired or Could it be Anemia?

Written by Dr. Joannie T. Yeh, Main Line Health

Anemia is the most common blood condition, affecting more than three million Americans.

Breastfeeding is Still Best

Written by Dr. Diane L. Spatz, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

A little knowledge and some help can make breastfeeding easier.