Did you know that a woman dies every 80 seconds from a heart attack or stroke, and 80% of heart disease can be prevented? Dr. Sherry explains the hormones and heart connection, and the habits you can adopt to maximize your health.
The doctor-patient relationship is sacrosanct and is the primary principle to our health and wellness. Dr. Sherry speaks frankly about what happens when that unspoken trust, and what you can do about it.
It’s 2018 and time to embrace and value the importance of your female health. Here are Dr. Sherry’s top 6 Female Health Resolutions once your legs go up in stirrups!
Women are often confused about how often they should be tested for STIs, the long term effects of untreated STIs, and the true definition of safe sex. While many women spend time looking for contraceptive options they often forget to think about protecting themselves against STIs.
Egg freezing. Egg storing. It’s the process that gives women of all ages hope to use their own genetic pool to make a baby sometime in the near or distant future. Egg freezing needs to be talked about a lot more, plain and simple.
My first priority is giving my patients not only the best care possible, but the respect and compassion that women need and deserve. I reach out to my LGBT community because they are in the minority, the underdogs in receiving medical care and gainful employment.
When my book she-ology: The Definitive Guide to Women’s Health. Period. was recently published after four years of work, I was thrilled and excited. There was only one problem: mainstream media didn’t want me to use the word “vagina” when promoting my book. Sure, you can talk about women’s health care but you can’t say the word “vagina” when doing so. This has become a major roadblock for me—it’s shocking, disappointing, and contradicting!
One thing many parents don’t consider when it’s time for back-to-school is thinking about taking their teen daughter to her first gynecological visit. But they should!
College is an amazing milestone everyone looks forward to experiencing. But your first college assignment happens before you leave for school. Find out how to get your first college “A” by taking care of your personal health.
As both a mother of three sons and a full-time practicing doctor, I know how challenging it can be to put yourself above those who depend on you 24/7. But if I’ve learned one thing in all my years of practice it’s that, if you don’t make time to take care of yourself, you can’t fully be there for those you love. So, how, as women, can we prioritize our health? Putting Your Health First Should Be At The Top of Your To-Do List!