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DIY Extreme Exfoliation: Is it Safe?

Is extreme exfoliation a beauty trend worth trying? Dr. Julie Martin weighs in on some of the top DIY products that offer glowing skin.

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Code Purple: A New Mother’s Story

What began as a routine OB visit for Ochsner St. Anne patient Lisa Cortez quickly escalated into a new mother’s worst case scenario: Code Purple.

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Are You Dense?

Screening mammograms are the best way to detect and find breast cancer. Learn about the types of screenings and when women should have them.

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Breastfeeding Support for New Moms

A common misconception about breastfeeding is that it will happen naturally, without complications, but breastfeeding is hard work in the beginning. There is help for new moms.

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Bundle Up for Heart Health: Avoiding a Cold Weather Heart Attack

Now that winter is finally here, you may be taking precautions for pipes, plants and pets, but you should also be aware of increased risk to your heart!

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Know the Facts: VBACs and Repeat C-Sections

Find out more about the different risks and benefits associated with VBACS and repeat C-Sections to make an informed choice for your health and the health of your baby.

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Sport Psychology Comes to Therapy

As athletes, in order to learn to control our thoughts, we must first become aware of how we think when we perform well and when we perform poorly.

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How to Untie the Knots in an Aching Body - Myofascial Release Can Relieve Pain

Myfascial release (MFR) is a soft tissue therapy that can reduce or eliminate tension and pain.

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