Seven Changes That Mean You Should See Your OBGYN

Most women head to the OBGYN once a year for a checkup, and after they find out they are pregnant. But your OBGYN is also there to treat any reproductive health issues that might pop up along the way. Here are seven changes that should prompt you to make an appointment with your OBGYN. 1. Changes in discharge. If your vaginal discharge is any color other than white or clear, you may have a fungal or bacterial infection. [Read More]

How To Treat Minor Burns At Home

Serious burns should always be treated by a doctor, nurse, or similarly qualified medical professional. But if you just develop a minor burn, say from touching your curling iron or bumping your wrist on a hot pan, you should not need professional care. That is not to say you don't need to care for the burn, though. You will want to follow these tips to treat your burn at home in a way that will reduce the pain and prevent side effects like an infection. [Read More]