Pain, constipation, bloating, gas and other digestive issues – definitely not dinner table talk in most homes. But, they are common, and in some cases, very serious matters for women that need frank and honest answers.
Dr. Bridget Quinn, a primary care sports medicine physician specializing in female athletes in the Division of Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Trusting her own body and talking with her doctors about symptoms that didn’t go away helped Nadja partner with her care team at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center to catch and treat her ovarian cancer early.
Explained by urogynecologists, Dr. Roger Lefevre and Dr. Janet Li from Obstetrics and Gynecology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Experts from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center offer 10 Tips to Heart Health.
When we speak of love and romance, our pulses race and our hearts “skip a beat.” But do any of us stop to consider the timeless affinity between sex and heart health?
No bigger than the size of your closed fist, the mighty muscular organ known as the heart is responsible for pumping blood throughout the network of vessels that make up your body’s circulatory system.
Elisabeth Moore, RD, LDN, author of the Hungry Heart Cookbook is a registered dietitian at BIDMC answers patients’ questions about nutrition and cardiovascular health.
Nobody expects to experience sudden cardiac arrest and the possibility of brain injury — especially an active young mother with a healthy lifestyle.
BIDMC cardiologist Saumya Das, MD, PhD, is leading a large national study to identify microRNAs that might serve as biomarkers in patients with heart disease.