HAVE YOU GOTTEN YOUR FLU VACCINE YET?

The flu season has arrived and we want to encourage all of our patients, especially those that are pregnant, to get their flu shot. This is an important step that you can take to protect yourself from the flu, but flu vaccine myths can be confusing when trying to decide whether to get the shot. We have put together common myths and the actual facts about the flu vaccine.



BODY IMAGE: SCULPTING IT OUTSIDE THE MEDIA

Being a teenager in this digital time is tough. The constant influence of technology is overwhelming and presents a set of problems that parents have a difficult time relating to. 


BREAST CANCER
AWARENESS MONTH


1 in 8 US women will develop breast cancer. The key to surviving is early detection. Do you perform monthly self-exams? If you're over 40, do you get a yearly mammogram?




ACOG RELEASES OPINION ON WATERBIRTHS

What does it mean to have a waterbirth? Is safe for my baby? How is it different from hydrotherapy in labor?


THICK IN THE MIDDLE

Are you feeling thick in the middle now that you've reached menopause? You're not alone. Follow these healthy tips to fight fat in the belly.


MINNESOTA MONTHLY FEATURE:

Congratulations to Dr. Curran for being one of the 2016 Best Doctors in Minnesota Monthly's October Issue!

Dr. Curran enjoys the unpredictability of his medical practice."No one day is exactly like the next," he says. "That motivates me ... but also, at the end of the day, looking back and saying to yourself, 'Hey, I did some pretty cool stuff today!' Delivering babies is still magical."

EVENT CALENDAR
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Also known as the postpartum period, Krista Margolis, a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner and Functional Medicine/Holistic Health Practitioner, will guide you in ways to make the transition from pregnancy to postpartum more smooth.
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