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  • Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Available for Those Who Had COVID-19

    By Dr. Elise Chambers In November, the FDA issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the drug Bamlanivimab, a monoclonal antibody, to treat high-risk patients who have mild to moderate symptoms...

  • COVID-19 Vaccine Roll Out Update

    The vaccine roll out in Ohio continues to be challenging and is forcing many of our patients to register on multiple sites in order to get vaccination appointments. While this isn’t ideal, we ke...

  • COVID-19 Vaccine Update

    By Lisa Larkin, MD, FACP, NCMP, IF Founder and CEO, Ms.Medicine Thank you for the continued trust in our practice and to my dedicated team. I can safely say that everyone is happy that we are in a new...

  • Last minute gifts for good health

    With 2021 just around the corner, we’re ALL banking on a better year. Like many Americans, you might also be taking the time to assess your own health and wellness, and set some New Year’s resolut...

  • A Healthy 24-Year-Old’s Eye-opening COVID-19 Experience

    As COVID numbers skyrocketed nationwide and 30% of patients tested in our office last week had COVID positive results, we sat down with Danielle, a 24-year old Cincinnati native, to discuss her recent...

  • Women: Want to prevent memory loss? Stay in the workforce, study shows

    Researchers have uncovered a new factor in preventing memory loss in older women. The secret? Stay working....

  • Q+A ON MENOPAUSE

    As we close out October, Menopause Month, we thought we’d answer some common questions about menopause....

  • Women and Alzheimer’s: What’s your risk?

    Did you know that nearly two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer’s disease are women? That means that of the 5 million Americans with Alzheimer’s, 3.6 million are women. In fact, women over the age...

  • Ovarian Cancer: Get the facts, be empowered

    There have been countless advances in diagnosing, treating and managing many cancers. Look at breast cancer: We continue to add to our body of knowledge on how to reduce the risk of breast cancer, the...

  • 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 ...