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  • NAMS releases new position statement on GSM

    In observance of September as Sexual Health Awareness Month, we want to address an unmet concern for many midlife and older women that can greatly affect their sexual health and well-being: Genitourin...

  • Galia Collaborative T H R I V E C I R C L E S

    Our partners and friends at Galia Collaborative have some new programs coming up. Thrive Circles are intimate groups of committed women who connect live – in person or online – to support ...

  • Polycystic Ovary Disorder: What Women Need to Know

    Women have complex healthcare needs, and unfortunately, many clinicians have not received proper, specialized training for diagnosing and treating many women-specific conditions. One of those conditio...

  • Celebrating Romance Awareness Month

    After many months of sheltering in place with your partner, you might find it difficult to feel romantic sparks. Between handwashing, mask-wearing, social distancing, home schooling, remote-working an...

  • New Research in Alzheimer’s Shows Promising Advances

    According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than five million Americans and more than 50 million people worldwide suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) or other forms of dementia....

  • The Good, the Bad and the Triglycerides: What You Need to Know about Cholesterol

    Most adults understand that “high cholesterol” is bad, but according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), many Americans are unaware of their cholesterol levels, and only slight...

  • Vaccines – What You Need to Know Now

    While you might think it’s best to avoid a trip to the doctor’s office these days, vaccines for common illnesses remain an important component of your family’s wellness strategy, especially now ...

  • American Cancer Society Updates Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines

    The American Cancer Society has just released (July 30, 2020) new cervical cancer screening guidelines for women, and the new recommendations indicate a promising trend: the HPV vaccine is working to ...

  • Hot Stuff: What Hot Flashes Mean for Women and Cardiovascular Health

    The link between heart health and hot flashes....

  • New Recommendations for Screening for Anxiety in Women and Teens

    If you're experiencing anxiety and depression, you're not alone. Support is available. ...

  • Our Commitment to Ending Racial Bias and Inequity

    Image by @_maggiestephenson_ Recently, we have made some important realizations. We have watched protests for racial justice and equality across the nation. We have felt the need to look critically i...

  • Welcome, Elise Chambers, MD!

    LISA LARKIN, MD, AND ASSOCIATES WELCOMES ELISE CHAMBERS, MD, AND ANNOUNCES SECOND OFFICE LOCATION IN CINCINNATI The new Blue Ash/Kenwood location is the second location for Lisa Larkin, MD, and Associ...

  • Offering Hope and Support for Families Affected by Dementia

    By Pam Ecker, COO at Superior Care Plus Dementia is often labeled as a single disease. But those suffering from dementia related conditions, and their loved ones, know differently. Dementia is a gener...

  • COVID-19 Update – March 18, 2020

    In case you missed Dr. Larkin’s Facebook Live event, you can watch the full video here. Learn more about who should be tested for COVID-19 as of 3/18/20 here. See Dr. Larkin’s response to ...

  • COVID-19 Update – March 17, 2020

    As the pandemic is evolving, we will continue to provide updates on our website, social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram) and via email newsletters. Dr. Larkin is also using h...

  • COVID-19 – March 14, 2020

    COVID19 testing is available in our office through LabCorp for our patients who MEET CRITERIA for testing. Currently, people coming from overseas who are not ill do not meet criteria. This may change ...